It is a tool that supports seeds, plants and trees to survive under harsh conditions without any costs of establishing an irrigation network and without using electricity. It also stimulates the root filaments for vertical growth, prevents evaporation from the sun and prevents competition in growth caused by weeds. It provides its fully collected water to the seed or tree and supplies it with its water needs over a long period of time.
- European Union Excellence Award.
- Certified in the United Nations World Food Program.
Features of the water conservation fund:
- The vertical growth of the roots leads to the formation of a strong root and thus a strong plant.
- It is used in areas where there is no electricity.
- Reduces irrigation network costs.
- It distributes the collected water on the plant on daily basis.
- It stimulates the rise of capillary water to the top of the soil under the water box.
- It prevents water evaporation.
- It prevents the growth of weeds around the plant.
- It is forbidden to graze plants by a variety of animals.
- It prevents soil erosion around the plant.
- It prevents heating the soil around the plant.
- It stimulates an even temperature in the root zone.
- Used for planting in rocky soils and arid lands.
- Fruit / vegetable plants
- Trees and shrubs
- Newly grown seedlings
- Native and desert plants