Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) July 19, 2009
An amazing Irrigation Enhancer is revolutionizing the way agricultural farming is being conducted in the world today. This amazing new technology increases the effectiveness of irrigation water and is manufactured by Eco1st Technology Group, a California based company.
"The first year the Irrigation Enhancers were in line," according to Richard H. Jones of the Riverdale Potato Farm. "I could see a big difference in the growth process of the crop. I had an overall 40% increase in yield over the two fields. With the net gain in yield, I was able to pay for the two Separation Enhancers with just one of the fields."
The Irrigation Enhancer works on all water and crop types reducing the stress and increasing the overall health of the plants. The Separation Enahncer also eliminates the adverse effects of high salinity and/or high TDS irrigation water and enhances percolation through all soil types. The result of these benefits is a substantial increase in crop yield.
One of the most important things to note is the environmentally friendly nature of the Separation Enhancer. It is able to remove the electrons from flowing water, consequently breaking bonds and causing the water to flow more easily up into the root membrane of the plants. All of this is achieved without the use of chemicals or a power source. This alone shows that Eco1st Technology Group knows the true meaning of the word "green."
The Irrigation Enhancer operates without any operator adjustments, no consumable parts to replace, and is backed by a 10 year limited warranty.
The Separation Enhancer can be viewed online at http://www.eco1st.net.
The Eco1st Technology Group website also provides detailed information about each of its Irrigation Enhancer types, as well as how they relate to, oil and water separation, filtration pre-treatment and fuel enhancement.
Eco1st Technology Group is a company dedicated to enhancing our Earth's resources with their one of a kind Irrigation Enhancer technology. The company's Irrigation Enhancers are sold internationally and have been featured in "Potato Grower" magazine.