As human activity continues to demand more and more resources, water has become one of the most precious commodities. Modern agriculture alone consumes nearly two thirds of the water pumped worldwide, prompting a growing need for conservation efforts.
Solid Dew has risen to meet this challenge by offering soil conditioners that improve irrigation efficiency, increase water holding capacity, and protect against erosion and crusting. When incorporated into soil or substrate, Solid Dew products absorb and retain significant amounts of water and nutrients. What sets Solid Dew apart is its ability to easily release these elements back into the soil for plants to access at will, in a process known as absorption-release cycles.
Trials utilizing Solid Dew have been conducted across the country. Yield results for crops versus control groups of some of these trials include:
• Florida: - In hemp farming, SOLID DEW significantly improved the transplanting and growth rates and has allowed for a significant increase in yields.
• Illinois: - 8.4 bushels of soybeans per acre increase
- 18.9 bushels of corn per acre increase
• Mississippi: - 9 bushels of corn per acre increase
• Mauritius: - In rain-fed sugar cane farming, SOLID DEW improved the transplanting and growth rates of cane shoots during the dry season and has allowed for a significant increase in yields. The sugar yield of plots treated with 15 kg/ha increased by 25% over the control plots.