A steady release of your drip system is a major concern throughout the year, but certainly when confronted with warm days late in the summer. This starts by having a good picture of the entire watering system and the pollution present in this system. Next, appropriate steps should be taken to clean the system.
Oxidizing agent Intra Hydrocare cleans organic pollution. It is a stabilized hydrogen peroxide that ensures a long operation in the system. In addition, using Optifos has added value. This polyphosphate prevents salt accumulation in your drip system.
To clean your drip system and prevent the use of nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide during crop rotation, Van Iperen recommends starting a cleaning program as of September 1st. The purpose of this program is the prevention of large sluice streams that often result from the traditional cleaning of the drip system with nitric acid, among others. In view of the nitrogen discharge restriction, cleaning your drip system during cultivation is a possible answer. Is the system clean? Then thorough cleaning during crop rotation is unnecessary.
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