How to Save Trees From Drought - H2O Conservation Technology - Manufacturing New Water Daily
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H2O Deep Water Trees
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H2O Deep Water Trees
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Deep Root Watering
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Deep Root Watering
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Outdoor watering is a necessary task to keep our landscapes thriving in between rain showers and during extreme  weather conditions in the hot months of the year. If your water bill is starting to cut into your cash flow then this video will show you how to take this high cost of water and cut it in half or even cut it by more than 75% reduction.

The H2O process combines three technologies together to work as one new process to SAVE WATER RESOURCES. You can implement all three to save maximum water savings or implement one ore more and each will  conserve water.

                                     Manufacturing Water Each Day from Air



  • We take the humidity in the air and convert it into water droplets in the soil using a humectant " AquaGreen. The more humid  the  outdoor air , the more water we manufacture each day. As we manufacture this water, the hollow sand in the root zone is capturing these water droplets and recharging their sand reservoirs.
  • A Humectant is utilizied in cosmetics and lotions and is organic food based material that pulls the humidity from the air and converts the moisture back into water droplets in the soil.


                                                           ROOT ZONE



  • We grab available moisture underground using hollow sand that feeds the root zone later when the plant is in need of water. In addition, instead of watering for long periods of time we only need to charge up the hollow sand so now a simple 5 minute watering is the same as a half hour of watering.
  • If the lower soil layer has clay, the column of sand will use this clay as an underground reservoir to pull moisture from a lower soil layer up to where the plant roots are located. In most soil clay is a bad thing; in water conservation, clay soils are an oasis in the ground.

                                      Capturing Rain Water for Irrigation


  • We capture rainwater each time it rains and we stockpile this moisture in underground rain water collection systems that are used later to irrigate the landscape. When we irrigate, we do not irrigate the normal time period, we only need to irrigate for 5 minutes to recharge the hollow sand.


                                     Capturing Gray Water for Irrigation


  • In areas of the country where there is minimal rainfall, we capture gray water ( water from showers, sinks, laundry) from the house or building and we stockpile this moisture in underground rain water collection systems that are used later to irrigate the landscape. Yes we clean the water to make it nose friendly without a smell. When we irrigate, we do not irrigate the normal time period, we only need to irrigate for 5 minutes to recharge the hollow sand. This method is used in areas of minimal rainfall, it is a more expensive program model.



This program cannot be fully utilized by the Do IT Yourself weekend gardening enthusiast; part of the process can be done, but not all. This is a program installed by professionals. If you have interest in this program then send your inquiry to our email address and we will contact you about scheduling your install. If you would like to be trained to offer this service in your area  please send an  inquiry to the email address below.



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