What Is EcoSolv?
EcoSolv Water Enhancement is an in-line water saving device that improves the penetration rate of water.
EcoSolv Water enhancement helps shorten the duration of irrigation. From our experience with a California Lemon grower in areas with clay soil. He has reported a reduction in the duration of irrigation by up to 28% including improvement in yield.
EcoSolv Water Enhancement releases accumulated mineral deposits in the pipes of the irrigation system. Treated water will loosen and minimize mineral deposits in soil.
EcoSolv Water Enhancement introduces a swirling effect to water entering the pipes. The swirling effect will wash away any scaling or organic debris which has accumulated within the system.
EcoSolv Water Enhancement improves the wettability of water, enhancing the penetration rate of water to soil, by reducing its surface tension.
EcoSolv Water Enhancement introduces a swirling effect to water passing through. The effect will reduce the surface tension of water, enhancing the penetration rate of water. It will enable the same area of field to be irrigated water with less water due to the improved spreading ability of water.
Observation after application
EcoSolv Water Enhancement is bi-directional.
EcoSolv Water Enhancement comes with 2 years warranty for your peace of mind.
The EcoSolv Water Enhancement device is simple to install. Just lay it in-line with the pipe. The device itself requires no separate electrical installation. It is completely maintenance-free.
The Chad Anderson Farm is a multi-crops fruit farm located in Central Valley, USA. Chad mainly grows lemon,citrus and various vegetables. The farm owner, Chad, has been using ecosolve water enhancement since 2016.
Red Clay Based Soil (Soil Type)
481 Hectares (1300 acres) Farm Size
Fruits & Vegetables (Main Crops)
25 hours duration, twice a week (Watering Frequency)
28% reduction in irrigation duration!
10% better yield lemon harvest
When I planted the saplings, they were only about 12 inches high. The lemon trees are already at the stage of a three-year growth and producing lemon, in 12 months. Also, my soil has a lot of clay. As a result, I used to water them 25 hours at a time, twice a week. But now, I only water them for 18 hours, twice a week.
- Chad Anderson | Owner of Chad Anderson Farm