Untreated Greenhouse Strawberries

Untreated Streawberries

Root of strawberry plant irrigated with untreated irrigation water. The dark brown colouring denotes unhealthy roots that negatively affect the plant's ability to absorb nutrients and produce fruit.

Treated Grapevine

Vine

This vine was marked for removal due to a Phytophthora infection. The vine was given a 3 Litre (1000 ppm) Aquaza root drench 3 days in a row followed by 50 ppm in the irrigation water for 2 months. The result was a new branch and new leaves sprouting as pictured even though it was autumn and the vine should have been going into hibernation for the winter.

Treated Mungbeans

Mungbeans

Mungbeans are very easy to grow - just add water. The interesting aspect of this is trial is that it excludes all other influences and shows the effect of Aquaza H2O2 on growth alone. This is more than just eradicating pathogens in the water source, or removing biofilm in the irrigation system, or a deepening of the aerobic root zone, this illustrates that H2O2 on it own can positively affect germination and plant growth.

Phyto-toxic Burn Test

Tomatoes

In the test picture above, tomatoes were immersed in different concentrations of Aquaza for a period of  24 hours shows that Aquaza does not have any phyto-toxic burn effect on tomatoes even at concentrations as high as 10 000 ppm (3 000 ppm active H2O2).

Tomatoes grown from seed

Tomatoes from seed
The improved growth rate is clearly visible in the above pics of tomatoes grown from seed, on the right with 50 ppm Aquaza and on the left without.

Below are pics of the above tomato plants after re-potting. This time the 50 ppm Aquaza plants are on the left with the controls on the right. A couple of things have been observed;

1.) Overall foliage is denser on the Aquaza plants vs control, as can be seen in the 2nd pic taken from above.

2.) Average size of individual leaves are larger on Aquaza plants vs control.

3.) When watering each pot with 300 ml water, approx 25 ml drains through into the driptray on the Aquaza pot, compared to 100 ml that drains through into the control pot driptray.

Although both pots were filled with the same soil and compost in equal amounts, the water draining into the Aquaza pot driptray is clear, compared to the extremely dark black/brown colour of the water draining into the control pot driptray.


Side view

Above view

Driptrays