Optimal growing conditions lead to optimal quality and yields. Ample, high-quality water is a fundamental requirement for this. The chemical composition of the water plays a crucial role in devising a fertilisation plan.
For all crops, irrigation water should contain only a limited amount of sodium and chlorine, with the electrical conductivity (EC) not being too high. The extent of damage thresholds depends on the specific growing conditions, such as the type of crop and the growing medium used. When re-circulating drain water, it is essential to prevent the accumulation of harmful substances in the water. Additionally, measures must be taken to prevent drippers from becoming blocked due to contamination and to avoid circulating pathogens within the system.
Evaluate the water quality within your business through:
- Analysis of the input water in the reservoir
- Examination of the nutrient solution's composition
- Assessment of the composition of the drain water
- Ensuring the proper functioning of the disinfecting system
Following the analysis, you will receive a report with a comprehensive overview of the measured values, along with practical advice. The analysis results will guide you in implementing necessary measures, whether related to fertilisation or disinfection.
|Brochure Horticulture - Complete Package
|Example Water - Basic [code 610}
|Example Water - Drip [code 515]
|Example Water - Well [code 612]