With these recent successes at almond and pistachio orchards, AQUA4D® has shown it is the most efficient soil salinity solution currently on the market.
Swiss technology in Brazil offers irrigation uniformity across large distances, water efficiency – and fast ROI
Brazilian growers are adopting AQUA4D® to optimize irrigation, promote water efficiency, and restore soils. Here are some of the proven benefits.
Like many countries, Morocco is faced with increasing water scarcity and drought. Thankfully, help is at hand thanks to the growth of efficiency-boosting innovations in agtech.
This article originally appeared in the AgriHebdo magazine (in French). Click here to access the original. Water is precious: Aqua4D has developed a system that not only saves water but uses its inherent characteristics to solve several challenges facing
What started as an endeavor to solve a salinity issue gave them increased yields, water savings, and a sustainable technology offering climate resilience for many years to come.
With AQUA4D® treatment there is a noticeable improvement in the relationship of water with the soil and the plant. In various regions of Brazil and the world, this technology consistently gives positive results, water savings, desalination of soils, and gains in yields, plant health and fruit quality.
After numerous installations proving the efficiency of AQUA4D® in buildings in Valais, Switzerland, the regional government has now explicitly mentioned this technology in their directives for energy and resource use.
"Coming from a vineyard where technology was one of its main pillars, I see that the potential is gigantic...AQUA4D treats the irrigation water, a transversal element in the Chilean viticulture, where the efficiency demands are higher and higher. The impact is at all levels: In production issues efficiencies, savings and quality improvements are generated."
Developing Circular Water Efficiency Across Multiple Industries In many ways, AQUA4D has always been ahead of the curve. Water efficiency is truly hitting the headlines in 2020, with water stress becoming a hot issue in many countries, and new