The EZ-FLO Fertilizer Injector allows you to feed your garden while you water, ensuring a constant proportion of fertilizer is being administered to your plants. This will save you a tremendous amount of time and energy by allowing you to water and fertilize simultaneously. The EZ-FLO works great with drip irrigation systems because it puts the fertilizer at the roots of the plants — right where they need it.
This fertilizer injector is quick and easy to install. Simply attach to a garden hose, water faucet, or drip irrigation system. It’s also easy to remove so you can detach and move it around your garden to use it in multiple areas. Valves on the “water in” and “fertilizer out” hoses allow you to turn the injection off, so you don’t have to remove the system when you’re done administering fertilizer.
It works with all water-soluble and liquid fertilizers, including fish emulsion and Chilean nitrate for the organic farmer. The heavy-duty tank is made of a thick polyethylene that will not dent due to changes in pressure. The cap includes a switch for four different water/fertilizer ratio settings that allows you to control the rate at which fertilizer is incorporated into your water supply.
Optional Backflow Preventer
The Backflow Preventer uses a vacuum-breaking system to prevent polluted water from entering your water source via back-siphoning. Install the Backflow Preventer at your well or faucet, upstream of the EZ-FLO Fertilizer Injector. The Backflow Preventer consists of a copper silicon alloy body construction, stainless steel working parts, and a rubber diaphragm and disc. Fits all 3/4″ hoses and faucet connections.
Fertilizer Injector Installation Guidelines:
- Do not install the system into an irrigation mainline before a zone valve.
- Do not install or leave the system under constant pressure (with water on and no flow out of your garden hose or drip system) or if pressure exceeds 50 PSI.
- Flush hose after each use to vent chemicals and pressure.
- Empty tank when freezing conditions are present.
Fertilizer Injector Ratio Settings:
Use the charts below to determine how long you’ll need to run your water system to empty all the fertilizer in the tank.
- Slow – 1000:1
- #1 – 500:1
- #2 – 250:1
- Fast – 100:1