Soil compaction is a issues for growers throughout the world, attributing to poor root development and crop loss. For this Chilean blueberry grower, nanobubbles were a sustainable, chemical-free way to reduce soil compaction and improve growing conditions for their crop.
“Reduction in soil compaction had a significant impact on overall crop performance shown by increased new shoot growth and beneficial microbial soil activity resulting in improved fruit production and caliber. These results led to an interesting return on investment,” stated Benjamin Labbe, founder and sales manager at Kapicua.
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