MOLEAER COHOSTS CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE WEBINAR WITH PRODUCE GROWER
Join us on July 26 to learn how growers can use nanobubbles to maximize input efficiency and plant health
July 12, 2023 (Hawthorne, CA) – The leading nanobubble technology company, Moleaer, and Produce Grower, an industry publication dedicated to vegetable and fruit greenhouse growers, co-host a webinar for growers struggling with increasing input costs and demand pressure. The webinar titled “Nanobubbles in Greenhouse Growing: Maximizing Input Efficiency and Plant Health” will be on July 26, 2023 at 11 am PT.
As horticulture growers face rising costs of fertilizers, energy, and other resources coupled with water scarcity concerns, finding new ways to enhance input efficiency and plant health has become critical. In this webinar, we'll discuss how nanobubbles can help growers tackle these challenges.
Moleaer’s nanobubble technology does two things: supersaturates irrigation water with dissolved oxygen and injects hundreds of millions of electrochemically charged nanobubbles that alter the properties of water to deliver multiple benefits.
Most growers know that increased dissolved oxygen levels maximize oxygen utilization by plants and beneficial microbes in the rhizosphere, promoting healthy root development and improving plants’ resilience to environmental stressors such as drought and heat. Dissolved oxygen produced by nanobubble technology is more stable than other forms of oxygenation, enabling growers to achieve longer and more consistent dissolved oxygen concentrations in their irrigation water.
High concentrations of negatively charged nanobubbles have their own list of benefits as well:
- Improve infiltration of soils and substrates
- Naturally oxidize contaminants, water-borne pathogens and algae
- Control biofilm on irrigation systems
- Enhance nutrient mobility and uptake efficiency
- Lead to healthier crops, better crop cycles and improved yields
- And more.
Greenhouse growers and farmers are invited to attend to gain valuable insights into how nanobubbles can help them grow smarter, not harder.
For more information about Moleaer or nanobubbles, please visit moleaer.com.