A company has developed a way to introduce what they call Nanobubbles into agricultural businesses. Nanobubbles are said to be 2500 times smaller than a single grain of salt. The bubbles are also filled with oxygen. The oxygen may help to reduce pathogens in the water while, simultaneously, helping crops get higher quality water thus growing faster and/or bigger. 

Key Takeaways:

  • The article says that Nanobubbles are 2500 times smaller than a grain of table salt. They are also filled with oxygen.
  • The company believes that these bubbles can increase the amount of oxygen in the water and help to destroy harmful pathogens in the water.
  • The company also says that most companies see a return on the investment within one to three years depending on what they are growing as a crop.

Quote: “As farmers face warming climates, droughts, and need to make tough choices to deal with water scarcity and poor water quality, nanobubble technology can play a crucial role.” (Schilling, 2020)

Link to article: https://www.agriculture.com/technology/nanobubble-technology-improves-irrigation-and-storage-water-quality

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