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Irrigation Water: Horticulture & Agriculture

Articles for growers: Learn how to use nanobubble technology to improve irrigation water quality, reduce pathogens, control biofilm, improve soil and substrates, and much more.

Horticulture, Root Respiration

6 minute read
| August 22, 2023

Root Respiration: Oxygenating Irrigation Water for Productive Crops

ROOT RESPIRATION: How to Oxygenate Irrigation Water for Healthier, More Productive Crops Too much irrigation water, especially in soils with poor drai..
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Horticulture, Root Respiration

7 minute read
| August 15, 2023

Oxygen Uptake by Roots Is Critical for Plant Respiration

ACHIEVING HIGH PLANT YIELDS: OXYGEN UPTAKE BY ROOTS IS CRITICAL FOR PLANT RESPIRATION The first factors we tend to think of in achieving high yields a..
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Featured, Horticulture, Root Respiration

7 minute read
| September 12, 2022

Root Respiration: Why plants need oxygen to thrive

How to achieve optimal dissolved oxygen concentrations to promote root health and development Photosynthesis and respiration are the two main plant gr..
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Horticulture, Root Respiration

2 minute read
| August 08, 2022

Why Nanobubble Oxygenation is Key to Optimal Root Zone Health

Root zone health is essential for plant health and is heavily impacted by water quality, oxygen availability, pathogens and other environmental factor..
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Featured, Agriculture, Horticulture, Root Respiration

6 minute read
| April 19, 2022

Why good water quality is critical for plant performance

Plants grown hydroponically require high-quality irrigation water to achieve robust growth and high yields. This means it must possess high dissolved ..
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Root Respiration

Oxygen is key to healthy roots and high yields. Discover the science behind oxygenating irrigation water, including root respiration, water quality and much more.

Crop Specific

From ornamental plants, berries and cucumbers to nut orchards and avocados, Moleaer's nanobubble technology is helping growers reduce inputs, improve efficiency and increase production. Select the crop that most interests you to learn more.

Sustainable Agriculture

More and more growers are looking to sustainable or regenerative agriculture and irrigation methods to improve resource efficiency and reverse the impacts of traditional farming. These blogs share how nanobubble technology supports these practices, helping growers get more from less.

Soil & Substrates

Grow in native soil or potted substrate? Nanobubble technology helps growers improve soil health through chemical-free compaction reduction, so roots have more pore space to grow strong. Nanobubbles also reduce the surface tension of water, improving wettability and infiltration into soils and substrates. More oxygen in the root zone helps increase microbial activity and reduce pathogens. Learn more about the benefits of nanobubbles in soil and substrate crops with these articles.

It's all starts at the roots

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Disease & Biofilm Control

Learn how nanobubble technology helps growers in a variety of growing methods reduce pathogens and disease pressure while controlling biofilm that causes emitter clogging.

Agriculture Research

Researchers all over the world are studying the benefits of nanobubble technology on crops. These articles include details on their findings and links to the studies.

All Agriculture Articles

Farmers are using nanobubble technology to improve water quality, increase crop yields, reduce inputs like fertilizers and chemicals, enhance soil health, and increase water use efficiency. Our blogs cover topics like soil health, irrigation water, biofilm and disease reduction and more.

All Horticulture Articles

Horticulture and greenhouse growers are seeing the benefits of oxygen nanobubbles in their crops through reduced inputs and increased production. Access all the horticulture articles to discover how.

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