High Tech Water Helps Farmers Dealing With Drought


This high tech water could help farmers dealing with drought. A California-based company, Molear, created a NanoBubble technology to help farmers grow more with less water. The bubbles get more oxygen to the roots, which makes the plants healthier and more resilient in dry conditions. It also removes bad bacteria that can create algae in water supplies. The tech is mostly used to grow vegetable crops.

It all runs through a special generator that can be hooked up to irrigation systems. And you can monitor it all through your computer or via a mobile app.

Moleaer says the NanoBubble technology has already been installed in 200 indoor and outdoor farms across the country.