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Optimize Irrigation and
Increase Yields

with
D.I.R.T.

Reduce water, chemical, and energy requirements with Flow-Tech Grow, an "electronic-surfactant" water treatment system. Flow-Tech Grow is the cornerstone for DIRT (Dynamic Irrigation Recommendation Technologies) strategies. By adopting DIRT strategies, soil health is improved due to enhanced water Infiltration and Capillarity, and by utilizing Soil Moisture Monitoring, dramatic Adjustments may be made to Irrigation Schedules that provide increased Yields.

With DIRT, roots breathe easier - waterlogging and drying are avoided - irrigation is optimized and soil's ability to refill Field Capacities is measurably improved - Now, serving over 6,000 acres in the Pacific Northwest.

 

Dynamic Irrigation Recommendation Technologies

A straightforward three-step process to optimize plants' nutrient and water uptake.

1

TREAT

Irrigation water 
electronically

2

MONITOR

Accelerated
infiltration

3

ADJUST

Irrigation schedules to match recommendation and save water

Radio Frequency (RF) Water TREATMENT TECHNOLOGY

RF energy reduces the water's surface tension, irrigated, increases speed of infiltration and improved capillarity.

By reducing the surface tension to 100 degree water, the water moves into the soil as if it were warmed, when it is no warmer. This allows water to absorb quickly and with educated adjustments to irrigation practices:

  • Water holds higher in sandy soils

  • Field capacities are recharged more rapidly after deficits

  • Fertilizer does not leach below the root zone.

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Growers Experience with RF Treated Water and Increased Yields due to:

  • Improved Infiltration

  • Increased Capillarity

  • Optimized Irrigation

  • Improved Water Holding Capacities

Optimized Soil Hydration
Saves Water and Increases Yields

In a nutshell...

Irrigating with RF Energized water provides many new options in scheduling to meet ET.

  • Irrigate tight clay soil as if it were a loose Silt Loam soil.

  • Sandy soils as if loose Silt Loam soil.

  • Irrigate tight Silt Loam as if it were loose.

 

Ready to get started?

Contact

Bill Terry

509-860-0024

info@WaterPointInc.com

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