What we do
[ unlocking your irrigation system’s true potential ]
Aqua4D has gained a reputation around the world for enabling significant water savings, solving salinity problems, and preventing biofilm and mineral clogging in irrigation systems – all while improving yields and production quality.
[ experience ]
The success of your crop relies on a confluence of factors, and not all are manageable. With so many variables, the key is to maximize the things that are under your control.
Aqua4D cooperates with some of the world’s leading agronomy universities, and has a strong team of expert agronomists in place around the world who work hand-in-hand with our customers on-site. From beginning to end, they are there to give their insights and harmonize the Aqua4D system with your specific circumstances to get the best possible results.
With their ongoing help – based on water system best practices from around the world and information-driven experience – you’ll develop higher, better yields each season, regardless of your product, environment, soil composition or geographical location.
[ expertise ]
Our presence in more than 40 countries gives us a real advantage and pool of knowledge regarding irrigation best practices. Our innovative system has been developed and constantly fine-tuned since 2004 through field studies and cooperation with leading agronomy universities.
Aqua4D provides not only a simple water treatment solution, but a comprehensive and ongoing consulting and support service, based on our direct experience with all kinds of crops around the world.
You have the questions, we have the answers and are there to share our knowledge and experience to help you unlock your irrigation system’s true potential.
How does it work?
[ video ]
Almonds in California. Tomatoes in Spain. Grapes in Ethiopia. Olives in India. Melons in Brazil. The results speak for themselves: growers who have invested in Aqua4D systems register better yields in an environmentally friendly, chemical-free and sustainable way.
The innovative system uses a finely calibrated electromagnetic signal to treat irrigation water before it is applied to crops. Dissolving minerals and other organic material in the water, the plant is then better able to absorb what it needs in the right proportions.
The effect on plant behavior, production and health is often extraordinary: yields consistently increase by 20% or more, and size and quality are enhanced. At the same time, because plants are optimizing their performance, improves fertilizers efficiency. The system enables poor quality or saline water to be used for irrigation, with salts and other harmful minerals leached away.
[ goals ]
Aqua4D is pleased to fulfil a total of 11 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out by the United Nations.
Covering everything from responsible production to clean energy to addressing water scarcity, see below for more on how Aqua4D contributes to sustainable agriculture.
[ Video ]
[ Recent ]
This time of year is always a reflective period, anticipating the year ahead and looking back on the last 12 months. 2019 was an especially landmark year for us at Aqua4D. The year included moving to a new headquarters, hosting high-profile events, opening a California office, receiving key EU funding for a new innovation, and featuring several times on TV and renowned industry publications.
With an increasingly erratic climate, it’s more important than ever for growers to take into account temperature fluctuations and an increase in extreme weather events. Unexpected rainfall – or lack thereof – can have huge detrimental impacts on water levels, soils, yields, and hence food security. But adapting can be as simple as increasing efficiency through plug-and-play solutions and making subtle changes to irrigation management.
Aqua4D has joined forces with IST Group to support the largest reforestation initiative in Chile, as part of the 6D movement. Making news across the country, 15,000 trees were planted in Renca, Santiago. The National Forestry Commission estimates this will help clean the air and benefit around 360,000 inhabitants of north-west Santiago.
[ case studies ]
A selection of some of our case studies, past and present.
Field References – PDFs
Field References [ PDFs| Download]
Melon Agricola Famosa – Brazil
MELON [ Fruit | Aqua4D ]
Apple Orchards – Turkey
APPLES [ Fruit | Aqua4D ]