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Tuesday, March 14th 2006, 3:32am

by Randall

Thank you both for the replies.

Living in Houston, "winterization" effort is negligable.

Friday, March 3rd 2006, 4:48pm

by Beartooth

FertiGator is a great and reliable unit.

Monday, February 20th 2006, 4:40am

by Randall

EZ Flo Mainline vs. Fertigator Ferti-pro

I am considering the installation of either EZ Flo Mainline (5 gallon) or Fertigators Ferti-Pro.

I like the below ground level installation aspect of the EZ Flo, but it does seem that the Ferti-Pro would have more flexibility and accuracy?

Cost is roughly comparible. I am not particularly concerned with the one-time effort associated with installation.

Thoughts? Anyone have experience with both? Maintenance differences?

Thanks, Randall [?]