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WHAT ARE DIATOMS | NANO-NUTRIENT TEST RESULTS


Nano-nutrient Test Results
  • Nano-nutrient has proven capable of stimulating diatom growth in a wide variety of water bodies from urban ponds to natural lakes and everything in-between.
  • Nano-nutrient has been proven to increase zooplankton populations within 7 to 10 days of application. Zooplankton feed on diatoms and fish feed on zooplankton.
  • Nano-nutrient has been proven to raise dissolved oxygen at the sediment interface. This increases organic muck reduction of the “compost pile” at the bottom of the lake.
  • Best of all, nano-nutrient is cost-effective. Product application rate is one-half litre per acre per week for 4-6 weeks depending on condition.
Nano-nutrient in Agriculture
  • Leaf gets all the nutrients to perform efficient photosynthesis
  • Enables plants to absorb more balancing nutrients from soil
  • Better drought tolerance since osmotic processes are enhanced
  • Higher productivity at a lower cost
Impact of nano-nutrients
  • Increase in agricultural productivity by 15-18%
  • Efficient treatment of municipal wastewater
  • Treatment of polluted lakes and waterways resulting in the restoration of the aquatic environment leading to waters that are currently unusable being made available for food supply.
  • Treatment of industrial effluent
  • Methane suppression
  • Reduction of conditions for the growth of mosquito larvae
  • Production of many Types of Bio-fuel as bi-product of wastewater grown algae e.g.: Biodiesel, Bioethanol ,Biobutanol (C4H10O), Oil Extraction, Straight Vegetable Oil, Biogas, etc.
  • Production of non-fuel applications as by-product of wastewater grown algae e.g.: Animal & Fish Feed ,Chemicals & Fertilizer, Biopolymers & Bioplastics, Paints, Dyes and Colorants, Lubricants, Pollution Control, CO2 Sequestration, Uranium/Plutonium Separation
  • Capability of earning carbon credits

                                               "When the well is dry, we know the worth of water" BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1706-1790)

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