Can I use AQUA4D® for any type of cultivation?

Yes, the efficacy of AQUA4D® has been proven in open fields, greenhouses, hydroponic growing, and more.

How is AQUA4D® installed?

With our new ready-made product line, AQUA4D® is essentially plug-and-play and needs simply to be installed onto existing irrigation setups. Our technical team provide detailed information and are always on call for any questions you may have.

Can I continue using the same water source with AQUA4D® ?

Yes, due to the innovative water treatment the same water can be used for irrigation – even if it is brackish or saline.

For what flow rates is AQUA4D® appropriate?

Due to our modular approach, all flow rates can be catered to: 21.6 m³ per TU for micro irrigation, with up to 332m3/h (1902 US gpm) for our new H-A Max line.

What are the benefits of AQUA4D® Precision Irrigation?

The benefits depend on each individual project but typically include improved water penetration into the ground or substrate, improved salinity management, improved fertilizer efficiency, improved nutrient uptake, and resolution of blockages or clogging. The various benefits can also lead to increased productivity and saved resources, reduced energy use due to less pumping, and reduced maintenance requirements due to better overall functioning of water infrastructure.

How long do the AQUA4D® effects remain?

As AQUA4D® treatment permanently changes the structure of water, the effects are enduring and are also maintained along several kilometers of piping.

How will AQUA4D® Precision Irrigation affect my irrigation management?

Due to the changes brought about by AQUA4D®, the best results are observed when monitored and adjusted accordingly. This includes adjusting aspects such as irrigation frequency & volume, fertilizer management, according to the advice and observations of field managers and the AQUA4D® support team.

How is the efficiency of AQUA4D® measured?

Depending on the project, the effects of AQUA4D® can be effectively measured by a range of monitoring techniques including probes, tensiometers, drone imaging, plant stress measurement, foliar analysis and Scholander pump. With such monitoring, the behavioral changes of the water and salts in the soils can be easily measured and seen, as well as the positive impacts on plant health.