Plants’ Natural Water Absorption Process
A membrane protein called Aquaporin, which was discovered by Peter Agre of John Hopkins University and received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2003, is solely responsible for absorbing and transporting water from a plant's roots.
Aquaporin absorbs water at the molecular level and due to the hydrogen bond of water molecules, Aquaporin first needs to breakdown the water molecule clusters so that it can absorb the water molecules one by one.
Science behind Aqutonix
Aqutonix makes the natural growth process of plants more efficient by breaking down water molecule clusters the same way Aquaporin would, in order to absorb and transport water. Since Aqutonix does the job for the plant, the plant then will spend less time breaking down the molecules, but more time absorbing the water it needs in order to grow or produce fruits.
"Increase in growth and yield"
Our product maximizes the efficacy of your water supply through productive, sustainable, and simple innovation.
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Our lab-tested results showed an increase in crop yield of up to 43%
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