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Monday, March 25th 2013, 7:38pm

by Wet_Boots

strictly for the money, you apply materials with a spreader - no contest

Fertigation is about saving time.

Monday, March 25th 2013, 7:30pm

by natethepa (Guest)

Is fertigation worth it?

New to the forum. Thanks for the great advice!!! i have a 3/4+ acre lot planning irrigation system. i am considering an EZ-flo system, but i understand i have to have an RPZ backflow device. it seems these are pretty finicky with winterizing (michigander), startup, annual testing, and initial cost. i love the idea of continuously feeding my lawn in tiny amounts instead of seeing 80%+ waste. so to my question... with the size of my lot and the burden of the RPZ is it really worth it to get into fertigation? thanks in advance,
nate