Commercial Greenhouse Fertigation Systems

Improve your crop quality and yields with our state-of-the-art fertigation systems. By combining irrigation with fertigation, you save time by delivering water and nutrients to your plants precisely and efficiently at the same time.

This method conserves resources by reducing waste. Your crops get the right nutrients at the right time, every time.

Our automated fertigation systems take the guesswork out of the process by perfectly balancing and evenly distributing soil nutrients. No need for manually measuring and mixing.

With advanced fertilizer units, our fertigation systems can handle multiple fertilizer concentrates. You can fill different tanks with your favorite fertilizer recipes and use them throughout the day.

Our fertigation technology monitors and adjusts pH levels, sanitizer, and various minerals for perfect, hands-off fertilization through your irrigation system, allowing you to focus your time elsewhere.

Experience the convenience and efficiency of automated nutrient management, and watch your plants thrive with minimal effort on your part.

Reach out to our experts and learn more about how we can recommend and design fertigation systems perfect tailored for your cultivation needs.

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Highlights

  • Provides precise, accurate fertilizer application
  • Distributes nutrients evenly
  • Automates measuring and mixing of nutrient solution(s) and water
  • Prevents nutrient deficiencies and foliar diseases
  • Lowers labor and input costs
  • Enhances nutrient uptake
  • Promotes plant health, improving quality and yields
  • Aligns nutrient levels with crop needs
  • Reduces nutrient leaching
Piping system for distribution of fertilizer mixes.

Ideal for:

  • Improving soil fertility
  • Production greenhouses
  • Cannabis greenhouses

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How to Choose the Right Fertigation System Every Time

Fertigation combines irrigation and fertilization of plants to precisely deliver nutrients to the root zone without any waste.

When it comes to fertigation systems for your greenhouse, you have plenty of options to consider. The best choice for you mainly depends on your crop requirements, operation size, and production needs.

Once you have a clear idea of what you’re looking for in a fertigation system, it’s time to team up with some professionals experienced in greenhouse engineering and systems design. They can help you create a customized system that’s just right for your growing needs.

To help you narrow down your fertigation systems options and make an informed decision, start by asking yourself these eight questions:

1. What do I need for my greenhouse(s)?

Consider the size of your greenhouse, the type of crops you’re growing, your operational scope, and any plans for future expansion. This will help you figure out what size your system needs to be to handle your needs and how complex it should be.

2. What nutrient needs do my crops have?

Nutrient needs vary by crop, especially at different growth stages. If you grow a wide mix of crops, you may need a more advanced system. For example, one with several stock tanks for multiple fertilizer recipes. But if you’re sticking with growing one type of crop, a simpler fertigation system could do the trick.

3. What automation features do I want?

Automated fertigation systems are dependable, accurate, efficient, and consistent. They save you time and reduce the risk of costly human errors.

    You’ll need to decide between batch injection (using mixing tanks to make recipes) or in-line/direct injection (using dosers and injection units) automated fertigation systems. Some other features to consider include continuous moisture and nutrient monitoring and adjustment, integration with your environmental control system, and scheduling capabilities.

    4. How user-friendly is this system?

    Make sure the system you choose has a user-friendly interface and easy-to-use controls. Nobody wants to deal with a frustrating system that is so difficult to operate it leads to mistakes. Look for features like proactive monitoring, real-time data, and phone alerts to help you stay on top of things.

    5. Will this system work with my existing set-up?

    Consider how well your fertigation will integrate with your current irrigation and environmental control system. Unless you’re willing to make changes, it’s important to find a system that plays nice with what you already have.

    6. What’s the quality of my water?

    The quality of your water directly affects nutrient uptake, and it can also lead to clogging issues in your fertigation system. Look for systems that can deal with your water type and that have features like filtration and pH adjustment. Test your water in advance of buying a fertigation system to check pH levels, contaminants, and dissolved mineral concentration.

    7. Can this system handle future growth?

    If you plan to expand your greenhouse operations at some point, choose an adaptable system with the flexibility to make changes. You’ll want something that you can easily upgrade or expand to meet your future needs.

    8. How’s the customer service?

    It’s important to work with a reputable vendor who offers reliable products and top-notch technical support. Find out if they have replacement parts available for repairs. And don’t be afraid to ask other growers for recommendations to find a supplier you can trust.  

    By considering these questions, you’ll be well on your way to finding the perfect fertigation system for your greenhouse.

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