Accessories

Field Valve Controller

Field Valve Controller

In 2007 Eco-Drip released a specially designed controller for irrigating multiple irrigation zones concurrently.  The "Eco-Troll" is simple to operate and program.  Simply turn two knobs to change the number of zones you are irrigating or the amount of time you want to irrigate.  In addition, toggle switches were added to each individual valves for manual overides.  Simply toggle the switches between on, off, and auto.  The controller then recognizes the setting and will adjust accordingly!!

System Monitor

System Monitor

Remotely monitor your drip irrigation system.  Receive text messages at high or low pressure occurrences.  Know how your system is tracking 24 hrs a day.  Great management tool!!

Moisture Sensor

Moisture Sensor

Remotely monitor your soil moisture.  Now you can know what is happening under your crop.  Watch water movement, root development and most importantly SAVE WATER!!

Injector Pump

Chemigation/Fertigation System

Chemigation/Fertigation System

Chemigation/Fertigation Systems will be provided on our Subsurface Drip Irrigation systems, but if you are in need of one for your other irrigation applications, we can accommodate your needs.

Fertilizer Tank

Valve Box

Valve Box

Valve Boxes provide easy access to field valves.  They protect the valves from equipment and elements of the weather while providing a neat and tidy appearance.

“Rootrition”

“Rootrition”

In 2009, Eco-Drip began researching phosphorus fertilizers that were capable of being injected through driplines in hard water areas without the use of acid.  Over the last five years, we have injected over 300,000 gallons of phosphorus and potassium in West Texas without any occurrences of plugging.

As expected, we have seen a great response from all crops.  This created a couple of questions.  When is the best time to apply P and K?  How much do we apply each time?  Unfortunately, there was very little research to answer these questions.

This led us to start working with a plant and soil lab in South Texas.  By gathering petiole, soil, and leaf analysis over the last three years, we have learned what the plant is telling us it needs.  Most importantly, all of our analysis has been done on drip systems in West Texas, using West Texas water and soils.  We started to see trends in the lab recommendations each year.  We saw the same things growers in West Texas already knew, such as the application of a large amount of zinc.  We also saw some things that we didn’t know, such as the need of potassium even though most soil samples will say you have plenty.  Combining our years of lab results and what we have experienced in the field, we created ROOTRITION - A complete fertilizer developed for drip irrigation.