RainAg, Moleaer launch nanobubble-infused fertiliser
The fertiliser improves crop yields
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Moleaer, a leading nanobubble technology company has partnered with RainAg, a leading provider of liquid fertiliser products, to market new nanobubble-infused fertilisers combining Moleaer’s patented and award-winning nanobubble technology with RainAg’s patent-pending Rain Technology.
The new RainAg nanobubble-infused fertilisers have been trialled and utilised across a range of commodity crops including corn, cotton, wheat and sugarcane, fruit and vegetable crops, and on turf and silviculture.
In agriculture, Moleaer’s nanobubbles have independently been proven to improve irrigation water quality, resulting in 50 per cent reduction of crop loss by disease, increased crop resilience in high heat temperatures up to 110°F, and reduction of Pythium levels of up to 94 per cent.
When combining Moleaer’s nanobubble technology with RainAg fertilizers, farmers can reduce operational costs, reduce risks from crop loss and reduce the environmental impacts to local water sources from increased phosphorus and nitrogen levels while achieving maximum crop yields and profits.
“Moleaer has demonstrated its patented nanobubble technology is superior for increasing root zone oxygenation and plant health compared with other methods. We are excited to partner with Moleaer as the exclusive nanobubble technology provider for our patent-pending process. Our fertilizer-processing technology is a quantum leap forward in the evolution of fertiliser efficiency. Through our trials and in-field results, we’ve demonstrated that our fertilisers reduce costs for farmers while also reducing the environmental impact of agriculture in America,” said Tim Ford, General Manager, RainAg.
“We’re proud to partner with the innovative team at RainAg as their nanobubble technology provider. Our award-winning nanobubble technology has been proven to provide significant sustainability benefits to agriculture, specifically fruit and vegetable crops. With RainAg, we’re able to enhance and improve farming practices for larger commodity crops, reducing nutrient runoff and leaching and improving crop yields, all while American farmers are faced with significant heat waves and water shortages,” said Nicholas Dyner, CEO, Moleaer.