Description
Fertigation is a term derived from fertilization and irrigation. Fertigation is a slow application of fertilizers, soil amendments, and other water soluble products into an irrigation system to improve the process of crop yield. It is used to add additional nutrients or to fulfill nutrient deficiencies in the plant tissue. The fertigation applies the nutrients exactly and uniformly to the wetted root volume, where the active roots are concentrated, which increases the efficiency of the fertilizers. It is gaining popularity due to high crop yield and cost-effectiveness due to less labor involvement.
Description
The increasing complexity & functionality of electronics devices and the trend of miniaturization in devices are among the major reasons for the growing importance of encapsulants in the semiconductor & electronics industry. Electronics devices are usually made of small components and structures, which have to be arranged properly and accurately. Any flaw in the connection can result in the faulty functioning of the devices. Encapsulants play a vital role in maintaining the accuracy of the arrangement by creating a layer on the structure of the device and ensuring that all components are in place.