- Nanobubble Technology
Nanobubble-enriched water has been proven to improve water quality, promote root development, and foster plant health while lowering treatment and oxygen costs. Growers deploying Moleaer’s nanobubble technology consistently report reduced pathogens, healthier roots, improved vigor, and higher output.
Plants need water to live — but they need good-quality water to thrive. Moleaer’s irrigation and greenhouse technology injects oxygen nanobubbles into irrigation water and delivers market-leading efficiency in oxygen transfer: more oxygen near the root zone increases nutrient absorption and plant resistance to environmental stress. An oxygen-enriched root zone improves root mass, increases uptake of key nutrients like calcium and potassium, and helps suppress pathogenic growth. Reduce biofilm, source water algae, and pathogens like Pythium and Phytophthora to optimize plant health and growth.
Moleaer’s patented nanobubble generators were designed and built using our engineering team’s extensive experience with agricultural applications. They’re easy to integrate, install, and maintain — without overhauling your irrigation system. Leverage user interfaces and monitoring to ensure your system is performing at its peak.
We’ve developed our solutions hand in hand with innovative farmers and horticulturalists around the world, from California to South America, to the Netherlands, and have proven their efficacy on everything from avocados to tomatoes. Revol Greens — a hydroponic greenhouse facing the extreme Minnesota weather — oxygenated their deep-water culture ponds with nanobubbles to see a 15% average yield increase. Delphy, a research institute in the Netherlands, increased the DO of their water to irrigate strawberries to 30 mg / L and saw a 14% yield increase during their Spring harvest. Avocado in farmers in Chile experienced less tip burn and larger fruit.Read Case Studies