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Precision irrigation for water efficiency and land restoration
Aqua4D is a Swiss technology that improves water efficiency bringing advanced and sustainable solutions for agriculture.
Through innovative water treatment, AQUA4D® simultaneously addresses two of the major issues facing agriculture and the world: water scarcity and land degradation. In doing so, this cleantech helps growers cultivate more sustainably while achieving higher yields and smaller water footprints. AQUA4D® Precision Irrigation entails less watering, manages salinity, and boosts nutrient and fertilizer uptake. This regenerative and sustainable approach to agriculture results in healthier lands, saved resources, and increased food and water security.
Water and resources: This new paradigm of sustainable water management boosts water penetration in soil, keeping the root zone moister for longer and leading to water savings. With the huge amount of energy used in irrigation pumping, better efficiency can drastically reduce power consumption and emissions associated with irrigated agriculture.
Salinity management: By acting upon the minerals contained within water, AQUA4D® simultaneously leaches away salts and even allows irrigation with saline/brackish water. Salts no longer gather on soil surfaces or root zones, soil health and its biological life is dramatically improved. AQUA4D® is the only technology on the market which solves salinity while using less water in the process – and enabling continued irrigation with saline water.
Fertilizer efficiency: AQUA4D® improves dissolution and hydration of minerals and fertilizers in irrigation water. Plants can more effectively absorb what they need, resulting in stronger root development, healthier plants, and less fertilizer being applied in a regenerative approach to agriculture.
AQUA4D is helping maintain a stable temperature between incoming and outgoing water.
AQUA4D® by ©Planet Horizons Technologies SA
Through precision irrigation technology, AQUA4D® maximizes outputs with minimal inputs: saving water while boosting plant health and regenerating soils for a sustainable approach to agriculture.View company profile
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