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The last 5 posts

Monday, April 19th 2004, 7:05am

by waterpilot

I considered putting in fertigation as I install my irrigation system, however, with two small boys, I've reconsidered. There has to be a health concern with a system that distributes fertilizer through the air once every two or three days. Proof that this shouldn't be a concern could sway my opinion though. The systems are convenient.

Sunday, February 29th 2004, 2:19pm

by aquamatic

Simply put! You can get pretty screwed if you try something that is not speced to run through a system. I won't even offer Fertigation with my systems- To much of a liability!!!!!!!

Sunday, February 29th 2004, 8:10am

by Rays Sprinklers

I wouldnt trust it either!

Wednesday, January 7th 2004, 3:48pm


Not a very safe practice if you ask me. There is fertigation, fertilizing through your sprinkler system.

Wednesday, January 7th 2004, 7:33am

by kroeser

insect spray

has anyone distributed mosquito and tick spray through their sprinkler system? Can it be done, is it safe, is it legal (in New York)?