INTERIOR EIGHT INCH JET PACK
Chad Anderson Lemon Farm First Year Results
- 28% Reduction Water
- 50% Reduction Fertilizer
- Standing Water Problems Eliminated
- Rapid Water Percolation
- Initial Lemon Harvest Largest Ever
Six Inch Water Structuring Device Installation California Lemon Farm
Lemon trees grew the equivalent of three years in one year with structured and energized water.
First year crop produced largest lemons he's ever grown!
Farmers on the high plains desert of Colorado depend on pivots to water their crops. This 128 acre hayfield was transformed when Walter Dody, decided to install a water structuring unit onto his eight inch water supply line.
Water was reduced by 60%
Pump pressure was reduced
Soil conditions improved
Water pooling was eliminated
Alfalfa root structure increased
Root structure of weeds decreased
Protein measured highest in Colorado history
Harvest came two weeks earlier than normal
Yields triples on first harvest
Plant color was noticeably greener than surrounding fields
No chemicals were used
What Is Structured Water?
Structured water can be defined as water in it’s natural, balanced state, both energetically and materially, yet, cleansed of matter and energy that isn’t congruent with nature.
Greenfield Water Saved Our Almond Farm!
In April of 2019, based on the recommendation of our farm consultant, we installed a 6″ Greenfield Water irrigation device on our 36 acre two year old, all natural almond farm. He said the water structuring device would enhance root hydration and eliminate salt build up in the soil.
Prior to installing the unit, we had a major mishap on the farm that led to deficit watering for the entire summer when temperatures were well over 100 degrees in the sandy desert soil. During this time the trees received only 25% of their required water and as a result, the trees were burnt severely. Our consultant believed the damage was so severe that we would most likely lose half our trees. We were told at best case if the trees lived, we would not have a crop for the following year. We called our nursery field rep and he agreed with our farm consultants assessment.
In spite of these dire conditions of deficient water and high temperatures, the trees bloomed this year and are thriving. Out of 4200 trees we only had to replace 150 tree and that was because the re-plants were just too shallow rooted to be saved. I fully believe the Greenfield Water device saved our farm.
Golden Nut Farm
Golden Valley, Arizona
Prior To Water Device Installation On Golden Nut Almond Farm
After The Water Device Installation On The Golden Nut Almond Farm - After watering was initiated, compost tea and microbes were also applied creating what one soil expert described as the best looking soil he's ever seen in Arizona.
The test protocols listed below were developed based on a decade of applying structured water to crops. We have determined that there is a significant difference in the attributes of water based on how it is handled prior to being applied to crops. Before the advent of dams, pumps, straight pipes and chemicals, water everywhere on earth was in a naturally structured state but these modern innovations have had a dramatically negative impact on our environment and especially water.
The Greenfield Water device simply brings water to it natural structured state using motion and energy. The motions is induced by spheres creating vortex actions within the water and the energy absorbed by the water is drawn from naturally occurring elements. That’s it, plain and simple.
The laws of nature are very powerful, yet so are the corrupting influences of man, yet, the forces of natures which are both simple and complex and can easily overcome the corrupting influences of man made technologies when given the opportunity to do so.
Greenfield Water quickly and effectively reverses many of the negative influences that accompany modern farming practices.
- Reduced Scaling
The problem of mineral buildup or “scaling” in pipes and nozzles of irrigation systems is widespread but can be reduced with the Greenfield Water. When Greenfield Water initially enters the pipes of any system, any scale, organic debris or scum which has accumulated within the water system will be washed away. In fact, after installation of the Greenfield Water device and before beginning to irrigate crops, it is mandatory to flush out the pipes with water enhanced by our device. The flush should continue until the water is 100% clear. Usually, this takes one to two hours. Then, the system is ready to be used again to irrigate crops.
Items to observe: a. Water Color. Water treated by the device quickly releases accumulated minerals in the a systems pipes or tubes, as evidenced by the gray color of the water during the purge process.. b. No nozzle buildup. After the installation of the device, nozzles will experience less mineral buildup.
In the same way that water treated by the Greenfield Water device releases accumulated mineral deposits in the pipes of an irrigation system, treated water will loosen and eliminate mineral deposits in soil (i.e., notorious “salt rings”). The salt rings begin to disappear.
Item to observe: ‘Before’ and ‘After” photos can be taken of places where there are salt rings on the surface of the ground. In a short time, the salt rings will attenuate and begin to disappear.
Greenfield Water is literally more fluid, moving with less resistance through the pipes, tubes, and nozzles of an irrigation system. With central pivot systems especially, one can measure a significant drop in water pressure.
Item to measure: Measure the internal water pressure of the irrigation system before, then after installation of the device. If the system previously operated at, say, 40 psi, it may drop to, say, 30 psi, due to the improved water flow. This reflects the fact that smaller water clusters of the treated are more fluid and pass more readily through the pipes and nozzles. b. Water throw. Treated water, being in smaller “pieces”, flows through the nozzles with less resistance and more speed. As a result, the water is “thrown” farther. Item to measure: Measure and compare the throw distance. Under identical water pressures, measure how far water from a test nozzle device goes, using untreated and treated water. There is a clear difference.
As a result of having smaller water clusters, the treated water percolates much faster into the soil, even hard clay. Item to observe: There is no pooling of water on the ground, even with clay soil.
Item to measure: The item to measure and compare is percolation time of untreated and treated water under identical conditions. This can be done with a classic water percolation time test; or simply by digging two equal holes (say, 40 inches deep and equal diameters) then measuring the time it take for equal amounts of (a) untreated water and (b) treated water to be absorbed
Greenfield Water reduces irrigation requirements by 25% on average. California citrus growers in areas with clay soil have reported savings of up to 50%, with increased yields.
Item to measure: Using a soil moisture meter (available at any garden center), one can confirm that soil moisture is maintained with 25% less water (or even 50% with clay), provided that the water is treated water. One can also observe directly that the plants continue green and robust.
Energy used in pumping water is reduced proportionally with the pumping time. With 25% less water pumped through the system, 25% less energy is consumed.
Item to measure: Pumping time is a good measure of both water and energy use. The electric bill savings will show in the first month.
We routinely see increases in yield from 10% to 100% when irrigating with Greenfield Water.
Item to measure: Traditional methods can be used for tabulating and comparing crop yields on similar plots, irrigated with untreated water and treated water, respectively.
Less fertilizer. Since the water in which the fertilizer is dissolved is more readily absorbed by a plant’s roots, the fertilizer therein is also captured with greater efficiency, with less fertilizer lost and left to pollute the groundwater and aquifer.
Warning: As a result of the higher absorption rate of treated water and thus the fertilizer dissolved in the treated water, it is mandatory to reduce the amount of fertilizer used by 25%, or the plants may be burned by getting too much fertilizer. Additionally, any fertilization or chemical use shouldn’t be implemented until after two cycles of watering due to residual buildup in the soil being released.
Item to measure: After reducing fertilizer by 25%, farmers can verify that their crop yield is not reduced, but increases.
Farmers irrigating with Greenfield Water routinely comment that fruit trees and crops grow faster and bigger. A California citrus grower reported that his newest grove of trees, planted 2-1/2 years ago looks like a grove that is 4 or 5 years old.
Item to measure: One can simply measure and compare the height and diameter of plants, whether seasonal crops or perennials, comparing plants grown with untreated and treated water.
CHICKENS AND DUCKS ARE CALMER
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For More Information:
Isaac Garcia @ 509-398-6294
Bob Davis @ 757-754-1111