hydro root grows plants more productively with less water

The future looks greener with an innovative new organic product designed to grow more productive

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    • 1. googlepress.co http://googlepress.co/2015/09/hydroroot-grows-plants-more-productively-with-less-water/ Rebekah September 4, 2015 HydroRoot Grows Plants More Productively with Less Water The future looks greener with an innovative new organic product designed to grow more productive plants using less water. Charlevoix, Mich. – HydroRoot provides water more efficiently to flowers, vegetable gardens and potted plants using its patented “Root Watering Vessels.” It could be the next big thing in gardening, horticulture and produce farming because it paves the way for producing high yield crops that use less precious water. Keith Mahoney, the inventor of HydroRoot, has a background in science and research and was inspired to design the water-saving solution in his own backyard. What started as a small hummingbird and butterfly garden grew into an environmentally friendly break through. Mahoney explained it like this, “I set up a timed sprinkler system that watered the garden twice a day for 15 minutes each time. After 2 weeks, my garden was not thriving as anticipated so I checked the soil. Water had only permeated the top inch of soil and not accessed the roots of the freshly planted flowers.” After a few trials and errors, Mahoney devised the perfect vessel for watering plants at the roots, where it is needed the most. Thus, the patented HydroRoot Watering Vessels were born. The individual leaf-shaped vessels are inserted into the ground adjacent to your plants. The curve of the leaf faces inwards towards the plant’s roots directing the water to the roots quickly and efficiently. The three different sizes of the HydroRoot also mean accurately measured water or liquid fertilizer can be dispensed with a minimum amount of loss through evaporation. They are adaptable to new and existing drip/trickle systems. “A very high percentage of water is lost to evaporation when watering,” said Mahoney. “By using HydroRoot, implementing deep root watering versus surface watering helps to prevent this from happening. To put this into perspective, our studies have shown using 24 of the 12 ounce HydroRoot for 24 plants, filled once daily, can conserve enough water in a single growing season to run 266 loads of high efficiency laundry. This is almost 4,000 gallons. “ The three sizes of HydroRoot are made from high quality ABS plastic and are “Certified for Organic Production”. It is safe to use with the most delicate of plants and heartiest of fertilizers. The design also helps to keep annoying weeds from intruding while maximizing the fertilizer nutrients to the plants. Reduced soil erosion on hillsides is a bonus also. A real benefit of HydroRoot is in home and industrial vegetable gardens. A recent field study saw tomato plants produce twice the tomatoes with far less than water typically used. This means a greater yield with less waste. HydroRoot is 100 percent American engineered and manufactured. Mahoney has partnered with a company in Traverse City, Mich, to make and fulfill orders. This has created jobs and quite possibly a brighter future for the garden and farming industries. Learn more about this innovative, water-saving product at HydroRoot.com. #### About HydroRoot Inventor Keith Mahoney: Keith Mahoney is a Microbiologist and Tumor Immunologist. He has many years of Cancer Research experience
    • 2. behind him. Keith was published in several peer reviewed scientific journals. Following his years at the Michigan Cancer Foundation, Keith also spent several years with BASF where he was honored as “Inventor of the Year”, with 7 patents to his name. LINKS: Website: www.hydroroot.com Video: Twitter: https://twitter.com/HydroRoot Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/HydroRoot/684292848382271?ref=hl Contact: HydroRoot LLC Keith Mahoney Email: hydroroot@gmail.com Phone: 231-330-6597
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