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Chemigation Rules and Regulations

The regulations surrounding chemigation have been effectively established by the United States Environmental Protection Agency many years ago. There are two documents that are the cornerstones of such rules and are very informative about labeling requirements and safety devices. The first link is to Pesticide Registration Notice 87-1 ( PRN 87-1).  This notice gave additional compliance rules for […]

Why Chemigation, and Why Now?

When discussing the topic of chemigation, it isn’t accurate to say that this is a practice whose time has come. After all, chemigation has been used in many farming operations, across the country and internationally, with great success since the 1980s. What can be said, according to one industry expert, is that chemigation is poised […]

Value of in-season nitrogen application

Corn plants take up and use a large amount of nitrogen during the growing season. Making sure the plant has access to nitrogen as it approaches flowering can improve yields. In-season nitrogen applications help ensure the plant has adequate nitrogen to fuel kernel development. Researchers are reporting the value of in-season nitrogen applications and suggesting […]

Agri-Inject Introduces Variable Rate Fertigation

YUMA, COLORADO — May 2015 — In this day and age of variable rate fertilizer applications, variable rate seeding and variable rate irrigation, there has still been one thing missing … until now. With the introduction of its reflex® Variable Rate Fertigation® system, Agri-Inject permits fully programmable variable rate application of nitrogen through a center pivot or lateral […]

Agri-Inject Offers Cost Savings For Tight Financial Times

YUMA, COLORADO — May 2015 — With commodity prices at levels that haven’t been seen for a number of years, farmers nationwide are looking for ways to cut costs, increase yields or, preferably, both. In fact, the USDA is already predicting that U. S. farm incomes will drop 32% this year to the lowest level since […]

Agri-Inject Introduces New Stainless-Steel Mister Mist’r

YUMA, COLORADO — December 2014 — In its quest to continually improve the company’s product line, Agri-Inject has introduced a new stainless steel Mister Mist’r chemigation check valve. Like the original Mister Mist’r, the new version serves as a positive two-way check valve that prevents backflow of water into the irrigation system, while allowing the injection […]

Agri-Inject Redesigns Injector Pump Base

YUMA, COLORADO — October 2014 — With the redesign of the pump base used in combination with its fertigation units, Agri-Inject, Inc. has done more than initiate a new name. The company has also introduced a number of new features that make the unit stronger and more user-friendly. “We’re calling the new base the Nomad and […]

Agri-Inject Releases Principles of Injection Check Valve Technology Educational Video

YUMA, COLORADO — July 2014 — Finally … there’s a visual answer for anyone who has wondered how the industry’s leading fluid injection systems mix chemicals or fertilizer with the water flowing through a center pivot or lateral flow irrigation system, and whether the process is safe. Agri-Inject, a leader in fluid injection technology utilized a […]

Agri-Inject Offers Free Key For Injection System Maintenance

YUMA, COLORADO — July 2014 — As an integral part of every Agri-Inject fluid injection system, the company’s patented Mister Mist’r injection valve is already the most advanced check valve available to the irrigation industry. However, with irrigation season just around the corner, it’s still wise to inspect the valve for sand or debris that could […]

Agri-Inject introduces automatic injection control for changing conditions.

YUMA, COLORADO — April 2014 — Center pivot corner systems become a valuable asset for their ability to irrigate more acres for a little more investment. Unfortunately, they haven’t worked out as well when it comes to applying fertilizer with a corner system. Too often, fertilizer injection systems cannot respond proportionally to the changing flow conditions […]