Precision fertigation: Better crops, every time.

Precision fertigation: Better crops, every time.

To grow high yields of high quality, you need to make sure every plant thrives with precisely the right mix of nutrients and water throughout the growing season.

Meet precision fertigation

Controlling what you give to your field every day and not applying your entire season's fertilizer in one go has many benefits. It allows you to maximize yields and reduce nutrients costs by providing plants with what they need, when they need it. Not sooner nor later. Using the drip system for nutrients application reduces labor and equipment costs associated with traditional ways of applying nutrients. Lastly, it allows you to manage risks and reduce losses caused by falling crop prices, diseases, or unpredictable weather patterns. 

Nourish your crops from the inside

Fertigation is a game of quantities, nutrient combinations and precise timings. Precision fertigation is the optimal root-zone management tool delivering just the right combination of water and nutrients directly to the roots of each plant, according to your crop development cycles.

Precision fertigation protects your fertilizer investment by letting you tweak dosages on demand, in response to setbacks like market fluctuations and climate changes. And, by keeping doses small and well timed with rain patterns,  it protects you from leaching and groundwater contamination.

So wherever you are, you can use a precision fertigation system to get higher yields, better-quality crops, reduced leaching, reduced volatility  and runoff, and a better return on your fertilizer investment.

Use cases for precision fertigation

Precision fertigation increases crop quality, no matter the crop, climate or region. It’s ideal for:

Managing plant nutrients in tropical climates

Managing plant nutrients in tropical climates

If your region gets plenty of rain, water won’t be an issue. But plant nutrition is a different story. Precision fertigation puts you ahead of your competitors by ensuring higher efficiency of your fertilizer usage resulting in higher yields and better returns for your agricultural inputs.

Protected crops

Protected crops

If you’re running a greenhouse, you’re used to controlling every drop of water. But precision fertigation goes further by sending a precise mix of water and nutrients through the same delivery system, in an automated, personalized schedule.

Orchards and field crops

Orchards and field crops

Fertilizers are one of your major inputs. Precision fertigation is a smart way to get better results without increasing your input costs. By delivering nutrients directly to the root zone, it’ll lower your costs, increase your productivity and raise your crop’s profitability.

Growers stories

Meet the people pioneering precision irrigation


Dan Luepkes turned his worst ground into his best.

“We can outproduce the best ground in this area with some of the poorest soils.” 

Dan Luepkes

Corn, USA

Eran Kobi found a better way to grow mushrooms

“We irrigate by computer, by phone, from home.”

Eran Kobi

Mushrooms, Israel

Crop knowledge

Increase your farm’s profitability with the help of our agronomic experts

To maximize both your yields and your long-term success, our agronomists work with you, offering personalized support, guidance and best practices every step of the way. Whatever your challenges, they’ll provide you with the most accurate, up-to-date global intelligence on how to use precision irrigation to improve your yields and crop quality, based on over 50 years of experience.

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two farmers walking in a vineyard with precision fertigation

Precision fertigation systems

To send precisely the right mix of nutrients and water, you need technology that automates your decisions and gets it right, every time. Get the digital farming technology you need to automate irrigation and fertilization, and monitor your crops. 

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Want to learn more about precision fertigation?

Want to learn more about precision fertigation?

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