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Frequently Asked Questions
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The system and its products will be available for sale in the UK in Feb 2024.
Absolutely, see the seawater rules below.
- Must be laid on a flat surface.
- The correct size system must be used for the correct size rootage.
- The seawater must always be added via the side pockets.
- When initially planting the soil must be moist. If soil dry fresh water can be added directly to the top of the soil to moisten.
- Unfiltered seawater can be used when the temperature average’s 20 degrees and above. The system can be used at a slightly lower temperature, if placed in a greenhouse.
It’s very low maintenance, once set up the growing system has been designed to conserve water and as such it will less watering saving you time and money.
This ingenious system was designed to retain every drop of water and utilise fully to provide a consistency of water to the root of the plant, where it is most needed, not the topsoil.
Lots. If for example you water your plants every day, with our system your will only need to water an average of every 4 days.
Yes, simply follow the seawater rules for grey, brackish and wastewater.
Yes, it is completely recyclable.
On a domestic scale, gardens, allotments, rooftops and even balconies can be utilised. For large scale growing, in villages for example, this system will be mostly using land area that is currently unsuitable for food production.
We license the use of the system and for every sale all profit goes back into the C.I.C to fund projects and work with charities worldwide.
We lay the system in alternate rows, rotating annually to ensure the earth is not permanently affected nor the ecosystem. In fact, we have found by using seawater there is a higher nitrogen content which helps regenerate the soil used that season.