Ozonating water can provide users with many benefits. Whether it’s drinking ozonated water to boost oxygen levels in the bloodstream or washing vegetables with ozonated water to extend shelf life, ozone has numerous applications in our everyday lives. However, did you know that ozone can also be used in agriculture to boost the yield of crops? Let’s take a look at the benefits of using ozone in agriculture!
When crops are infected by disease, the results can be very detrimental to farmers. Irrigation using ozonated water helps protect crops against these contagious diseases by eliminating any harmful microorganisms on the plants. Ozonated water destroys bacteria, viruses, and fungi, which are difficult to fight using other alternative methods.
Since ozonated water has a higher concentration of oxygen than regular water, irrigating with ozone can promote better growth. The ozonated water that is used is free of viruses, bacteria, and any other microorganisms. By using ozonated water, crops can thrive in the best conditions possible, obtaining faster growth and better yield!
Although pesticides and chemical agents can be used to disinfect crops, the residual chemicals left by these methods can be harmful to consumers of the produce. When using ozonated water to irrigate crops, the only byproduct is oxygen! After ozone disinfects and destroys microorganisms on the crops, it decomposes back to oxygen, leaving no harmful material behind.
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