Company shares innovative agtech, nanobubble technology, with growers at global GreenTech Americas trade show.
April 18, 2021 (Carson, CA) — Moleaer, the leading nanobubble technology company, has announced today that Niels Schellingerhout, Business Development Manager in Mexico, will present April 27th on the main stage at GreenTech Americas, located at Querétaro Centro de Congresos, Querétaro, Mexico.
At the second edition of GreenTech Americas on April 27 from 1-2 pm (GMT-7), Schellingerhout will share how nanobubble technology optimizes irrigation systems to improve plant performance and operational sustainability. Moleaer joins other horticulture industry professionals focused on innovative agtech solutions at GreenTech Americas on April 27-29, 2022.
With over 500 irrigations installations worldwide, Moleaer’s cost-effective and proven solutions increase productivity, reduce reliance on chemicals, and help restore balance to the environment through nanobubble technology. Nanobubbles improve soil health, irrigation system hygiene and crop yields for greenhouse and field crop growers.
Moleaer will also have a booth at GreenTech Americas, located at booth 732, with a Moleaer Neo nanobubble generator on display. Neo nanobubble generators produce nanobubble-enriched irrigation water to improve water clarity, promote root development, and foster improved size and quality of fruit while lowering treatment and oxygen costs. Growers deploying Neo nanobubble generators consistently report reduced pathogens, healthier roots, improved vigor, and higher output.
It is well known that plant roots thrive with oxygen present to take up nutrients and water into their root systems. Without sufficient oxygen, root health and growth are slowed, impaired, and the plants will have lower nutrient uptake. With the use of nanobubble technology, crops get a stable flow of oxygen enrichment from both the water and soil.
During a trial in Chile at the Kapicua Research Center from 2020 to 2021, researchers studied the impact of nanobubbles on avocado trees. Nanobubbles were injected through the inline irrigation system resulting in a 40% increase in fruit size after just one season.
Benjamín Labbe, Technical Manager at Kapicua, states that using Moleaer nanobubble generators to super-oxygenate irrigation water “benefit the cultivation of avocados in the region…where it greatly helps oxygenation and delivers multiple benefits that improve plant health and crop quality.”
In another study at Kapicua Research Centre in 2021 with a blueberry farmer, nanobubble technology not only improved root and plant health leading to better root development, increased root shoots and higher caliber fruit, but also a 20% reduction in soil compaction.
Nanobubble technology is an innovative Agtech that farmers worldwide are trusting to sustainably improve growing conditions to produce healthier plants and improve crop yields.
For more information, please visit moleaer.com.
MoleaerTM is an American-based nanobubble technology company with a mission to unlock nanobubbles’ full potential to enhance and protect water, food, and natural resources. Moleaer has established the nanobubble industry in the U.S. by developing the first nanobubble generator that can perform cost-effectively at municipal and industrial scale. Moleaer’s patented nanobubble technology provides the highest proven oxygen transfer rate in the aeration and gas infusion industry, with an efficiency of over 85 percent per foot of water (Michael Stenstrom, UCLA, 2017). Through partnerships with universities, Moleaer has proven that nanobubbles are a chemical-free and cost-effective solution to increasing sustainable food production, restoring aquatic ecosystems, and improving natural resource recovery. Moleaer has deployed more than 700 nanobubble generators worldwide since 2016.
To learn more, visit: www.Moleaer.com
Nanobubbles are tiny bubbles, invisible to the naked eye and 2,500 times smaller than a single grain of table salt. Bubbles at this scale remain suspended in water for long periods, enabling highly efficient oxygen transfer of dissolved gas in liquids. Nanobubbles also treat and reduce pathogens and contaminants of emerging concern as well as scour surfaces to break apart biofilm matrices (Shiroodi, S., Schwarz, M.H., Nitin, N. et al., Food Bioprocess Technol, 2021).