In agriculture, ozone can be used with both ozonated water and ozonated air
Ozonated water is used to irrigate crops and eliminate bacteria and microorganisms, which can damage the plant right from its germination stage in greenhouses and / or outdoors. In the greenhouse it is also possible to use an Ozone generator for air and in this way it is possible to purify the environment and obtain a better harvest. Ozone is in fact a powerful biological disinfestant.
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Disinfection of irrigation water
The presence of a high bacterial load and fungi are the main sources of problems within the agricultural process. A healthy and correct containment of these microorganisms allows a significant improvement in all agricultural areas.
One of the main causes of the proliferation of diseases is the contamination of the irrigation water used in the production of crops.
It is essential to preserve the health of plants through adequate disinfection of the irrigation water, and this is possible thanks to the use of a powerful disinfectant, ozone.
The ozone inserted in the process production allows to limit the use of chemical products and to increase production efficiency.
Why choose ozone?
- It has a very high biocide effect
- It is a strong oxidant and also acts against organic components and water contaminants (e.g. pesticides)
- Removes the biofilm in the water
- Sanitizes and sterilizes the water up to the point of use to prevent the water from being a source of contamination and bacteriosis
- If released in environment it eliminates odors and makes the environment healthier
- Does not release no residue in water
- It does not release no chemical residues because when ozone ends its effect it decomposes into oxygen
- Does not give resistance and therefore can be used for a long time without the risk of creating resistances
BIO Agriculture | ZERO residue
At the moment the use of ozone in organic farming and biodynamic agriculture is not regulated. In our experience, however, it has emerged that its use performs a effective preventive action , better than any treatment adopted in the acute phase. After its efficacy as a disinfectant, the ozone converts itself spontaneously into oxygen leaving no residue either on the crop, nor on the ground, nor in the water.