Growers discover difference when adding dissolved oxygen with nanobubble technology
Growing a healthy crop in a greenhouse is all about monitoring variables. This usually brings to mind temperature, humidity, pH, nutrients and light. One variable that gets overlooked is dissolved oxygen (DO).
In three separate case studies an ardent strawberry grower, a hydroponic produce grower and an undergraduate at a major university in the U.S. experimented with adding dissolved oxygen to irrigation water via a process called electrolysis. They used O2Grow’s nanobubble technology from a company called Oxygen Research Group to increase dissolved oxygen to their watering regimen.
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