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Wednesday, May 16th 2007, 5:52am

by Fertigation Guru

All of the fertigation systems are fairly simple to install. The most difficult part is installing the proper backflow prevention. Some areas require a plumber to do the installation and some do not. Check with your local wholesale irrigation suppliers and they should be able to recommend a few different irrigation contractors. I am not sure who will be in your area but you can start with John Deere Landscapes which is different from the tractor division.

Wednesday, May 16th 2007, 3:03am

by jhilb

Looking for installer Chicago for Fertilizer inst

The irrigation contractor I used to install my system is not interested in installing a fertilizer add-on for me. Is there a contractor in the Chicagoland area interested in doing an installation for me? I could probably figure it out myself but would rather have a Pro do it.