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Sunday, May 10th 2015, 8:57am

by tazz (Guest)

fertilizer injector

Hi,
I have a background in irrigation installation. I would like to learn more in the fertilizer injector
field. My irrigation is just for my gardens. I have both rotors and microsprays. Wondering how I
could add ferilizer injection to my system. If I added EZFlo Injection Couplers to my main line,
could I just add your ferilizer to my 55 gallon drum and have it inject into my system? Or would the
drum need to be sealed to get the flow going?
I am away from the garden (two states away), and visit it every 2 to 3 weeks. That is why I am thinking of a large container like a 55 gallon drum.
Any thoughts or suggestions, or would I be better getting a entire unit (sealed)?
thanks
Tazz
the 55 gallon drum