- Learn how nanobubble technology provides chemical-free and sustainable solutions for growers worldwide
- Hear case studies of how nanobubbles improved the health and yields of several types of crops
- Find out how nanobubbles for agricultural applications can be characterized with Malvern Panalytical’s suite of technologies including NanoSight and Zetasizer
The Science Behind Nanobubbles: How nanobubbles improve agriculture input efficiency and plant health
February 15, 2023 | 1:00 - 2:00 EST | Virtual
About The Event
Moleaer’s nanobubble technology does two things: supersaturates irrigation water with dissolved oxygen and injects hundreds of millions of electrochemically charged nanobubbles that alter the properties of water to deliver multiple benefits. Increased dissolved oxygen levels maximize oxygen utilization by plants, promoting healthy root development and improving plants’ resilience to environmental stressors such as heat, while nano-sized bubbles provide an array of additional benefits, including biofilm control, disease reduction, compaction reduction, infiltration and wettability improvements, and more. Attend this webinar to learn how nanobubble technology provides chemical-free and sustainable solutions for growers worldwide. Warren Russell, Moleaer’s CCO and co-founder, will share the science behind how nanobubbles improve agriculture sustainability along with several commercial case studies across a broad array of crops and growing styles. Malvern Panalytical’s Application Scientist, Ragy Ragheb, will explain how Malvern Panalytical’s products can characterize nanobubbles’ size, concentration, and zeta potential and the significance of these metrics. Look for future webinars on industry-specific applications on surface water and wastewater.
Who should attend?
Growers, head growers, operations staff, agronomists, crop consultants, etc. in specialty crops including vegetables, fruit, nuts and greenhouse crops. Also researchers in agricultural environmental technology, crop science, horticultural science, and soil science.
What will you learn?