Fully organic water retainer: Water less, grow more. For all thirsty plants in pots, containers and open soil.
Retains and spreads water, nutrients and oxygen in soil,
compost, and coco coir:
- Save up to 50% on irrigation with equal results.
- For all types of pot, hanging basket, raised bed, and open soil.
- Enjoy longer intervals between watering and easier rehydration.
- Reduce water stress for plants in challenging locations.
- Excellent carbon source for mycorrhizae and beneficial bacteria.
- Non-hazardous, and easy to apply by hand or irrigation system.
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Apply 1 to 3 ml per litre of water every one to four weeks during the growing season
Simply add to your watering can or irrigation reservoir before watering or feeding your plants as you normally would. To cover large areas more efficiently, apply as a spray to the surface of soil or substrate. This is particularly effective just before or after rain. Water-Genius™ can also be applied to turf and short lawns in this way as long as sufficient water / rain follows application to ensure it reaches the soil.
Once applied, progressively reduce irrigation levels using your customary indicators to judge when you need to water your plants.
Warnings / Storage instructions:
Water-Genius is a non toxic and non hazardous plant oil based product but still: don’t drink it or let children or pets access it.
As an organic product, Water-Genius needs to be kept closed and we recommend using it within a year of opening. Store out of direct sunlight and away from extreme heat or cold.
There is no MSDS for Water Genius because it contains no “hazardous” ingredients but avoid it if you are allergic to vegetable oils.
Water genius saves between 30 and 50% on irrigation and nutrient requirements in open soil in trial and commercial usage. That’s a massive reduction in direct and indirect pollution and emissions.
As water genius retains significantly more nutrients it commensurately reduces runoff protecting rivers and groundwater.
Water Genius delivers net water savings even after producing and distributing it: we’re not just moving water around, it’s a net water saving when applied to irrigated agriculture.