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Moleaer launches Trinity Nanobubble Generator to revolutionise agriculture

This innovative technology supports sustainable agriculture practices, improves water quality, soil structure, and enhances plant health and productivity while reducing inputs.

Moleaer, the global leader in nanobubble technology, announced the debut of its latest innovation, the Trinity Nanobubble Generator, at GreenTech Americas. This innovative technology supports sustainable agriculture practices, improves water quality, soil structure, and enhances plant health and productivity while reducing inputs.

The Trinity Nanobubble Generator harnesses the power of nanobubbles, measuring less than 100 nanometers in diameter, to deliver unparalleled oxygenation and many additional benefits to the irrigation water, soil structure and plant’s health. Developed through rigorous research and engineering, Trinity offers a scalable and efficient solution for growers seeking to optimize their operations while minimizing environmental impact.

Key features of the Trinity Nanobubble Generator include:

Enhanced Oxygen Transfer: Nanobubbles maximize oxygen dissolution in water, promoting aerobic conditions essential for healthy root development and microbial activity. Nanobubbles are so tiny they do not rise to the surface and pop, instead they remain suspended in water to deliver continuous benefits.

Nutrient Uptake: The nanoscale size of nanobubbles enables efficient transportation of nutrients to plant roots, facilitating enhanced nutrient uptake and utilisation.

Water Quality Improvement: Trinity helps remove harmful pathogens, algae, and contaminants from irrigation water, ensuring a clean and safe growing environment.

Improved Crop Yields: By optimizing water quality and nutrient mobility, Trinity helps maximize crop yields and quality, leading to greater profitability for growers.

Moleaer has been helping growers all over the world improve water quality and achieve better fruit quality and higher yields while reducing inputs and chemical use with its leading nanobubble technology. In Mexico, a blueberry grower increased dissolved oxygen by 300% in the irrigation water, eliminated algae and biofilm without using chemicals, and reduced clogging and water consumption while improving irrigation uniformity. In Chile, an avocado and cherry grower increased higher caliber fruits by 40 per cent and 6 per cent yields while also eliminating algae and improving irrigation water quality when using Moleaer nanobubbles.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Trinity Nanobubble Generator to the agricultural community,” said Niels Schillinger, Business Development Manager at Moleaer in Mexico. “With its advanced technology and proven benefits, Trinity represents a game-changer for growers looking to improve sustainability and productivity in their operations.”

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