Good, quality farm water is a determining factor in the success of crops and livestock. In the same way that our life, as humans, depends on water, it is also true for agriculture/aquaculture. Poor quality water can breed a multitude of organisms, parasites, pathogens and other unwanted organic and inorganic growth in the soil, crops foliage and irrigation pipes that could endanger the health and yield of crops/livestock and negatively impact farm operations and earnings.
MINLOX is an easy-to-implement and scalable solution for most of your agricultural-use water
quality concerns. It is a novel and powerful oxidant capable of eliminating microbes
without toxic compounds or leaving harmful residues, NSF/ANSI 60 certified as a disinfectant and scaling, corrosion and biofilm control. Its AOP is not only about
eradicating pests, it is also the most effective technology to deliver significantly more dissolved
oxygen directly to plant roots, producing rapid growth, increasing yield and speed to market.
MINLOX is a non-toxic, Chlorine-alternative, advanced oxidation product, certified NSF/ANSI 60 and available in the USA market since 2011. It is sometimes called “liquid ozone” because it acts similar to ozone when reacts with water.
Pros of MINLOX in Water Well Applications
All of nature gravitates to bodies of water such as ponds. On top of that, watershed has a way of finding lakes and ponds as well. Here are the ways MINLOX can help with pond water issues:
• Cryptosporidium • E. Coli • Flesh-eating Bacteria • Giardia • Hepatitis A • Legionella • Salmonella • Other microorganism eliminated quickly with an ORP of 700 mV.
Algae Problems • Aquatic Invasives • Emerging Contaminants • Fish Diseases • Mosquitos and other pests • Organics Pollutants • Turbidity • Other undesirable water issues.
Irrigation is the artificial process of applying controlled amounts of water to land which assists in production of crops. Irrigation helps to grow agricultural crops, maintain landscapes, and re-vegetate disturbed soils in dry areas - during periods of less than average rainfall. Irrigation also has other uses in crop production, including frost protection, suppressing weed growth in grain fields and preventing soil consolidation. In contrast, agriculture that relies only on direct rainfall is referred to as rain-fed.
Irrigation systems are also used for cooling livestock, dust suppression, disposal of sewage, and in mining. Irrigation is also correlated with drainage, which is the removal of surface and sub-surface water from a given location.
Irrigation has been a central feature of agriculture for over 5,000 years and is the product of many cultures. Historically, it was the basis for economies and societies across the globe, from Asia to the Americas.
Here's how MINLOX helps with irrigation water:
One drop of MINLOX in a 5-gal bucket of dirty water.
2.5 hours later.
MINLOX's powerful chemistry disinfects and clarifies quickly!