Fighting World Hunger with Technological Innovations

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Zenion Indsutries has upgraded its 'i-Grow' product to 'Ion a Gro' model, which is 6X more powerful. Solar powered device can now treat many more plants simultaneously.

Fighting World Hunger

Zenion invention will help relieve world food shortage using solar power only.

Zenion upgrades its i-Grow product to Ion a Gro model which is 6X more powerful. Solar powered device can now treat many more plants simultaneously. It doesn’t get much “Greener” or “Organic” than this.

The Ion a Gro device is an eco-friendly solar powered electronic device which is mounted above plants to supply them with a steady stream of negative ions during photosynthesis. Decades of research has proven that plants respond quite favorably to this in a natural non-harmful way by growing healthier and producing more fruit, flora and vegetables. Herbivores, such as ants and aphids, are also discouraged from invading plants under treatment thus reducing the need for pesticides. Until now it has not been practical to treat plants in this manner, but the Zenion device changes all of that.

Leveraging 10 Years of Research and Development, Zenion Has Filed for International Patent Protection

Zenion and specifically its founder and president, Jim Lee, spent over 10 years researching and developing this unique product. Finally, everything came together and Zenion filed for patent protection in 161 countries and proceeded to manufacture and license the technology in three major arenas. To date it has licensed specific growing applications and is reviewing candidates for commercial and governmental applications. Zenion was established in 1979 and distinguished itself expert in the field of ionization physics and electronics by developing and patenting many products utilizing ion technology. The corporation invented over 20 products alone for The Sharper Image, including the Ionic Breeze. Mr. Lee recently interrupted his retirement to assist in the exploitation of this technology stating, “It is just too important a technology not to see in worldwide use.”

Successful experimentation has been done on numerous types of plants including grapes, tomatoes, beans, cannabis and sugar cane. From the backyard garden to large scale crop management this technology has the potential to increase food production substantially. With a growing world population estimated to be 9 billion by the year 2040, we need more “Green” answers like this on how to feed people and livestock.

More information about the technology and product may be reviewed on Zenion’s web site at: http://www.zenion.org    

Contact:

Mr. Jim Aise
Zenion Industries, Inc.
(707) 584-3663
zenion(at)aol(dot)com

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