There are different filter types depending on the method used. Choosing a suitable water filtration system is the first step in achieving highest water quality by eliminating any sand or silt entering the water storage facility. The most common types of filtration systems used in the Horticulture and Agriculture sectors are sand / media filters and screen filters.
Water pH substantially affects nutrient solubility and their absorption by the plants. Reducing the bicarbonate levels in raw water stabilises its pH and improves the uptake of these nutrients.
This is done by installing acid injectors to reduce pH in irrigation water to optimal levels.
Lack of water movement coupled with higher temperatures in warmer months creates the perfect environment for algal growth in ponds and water storage tanks. Introducing water aerators ensures the water is well mixed and oxygenated halting algae growth.
Build-up of bio-film and organic matter has a detrimental effect on the irrigation systems. Clogged up filters and blocked drippers impair the delivery of water and nutrients to plants, which in turn, impacts overall crop health and yield. Highly oxygenated irrigation water helps prevent and break down the build-up ensuring optimal water flow.
Ozone (O3) is 13 times more soluble in water than Oxygen (O2). By utilising this natural property, the UV ozone-generating machine provides a chemical-free, environmentally-friendly solution to increasing the oxygen in the irrigation water with all the added benefits.
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