Aqua4D and the plant

Explore the impact of the system along the plant’s growing cycle by clicking on the points below.

Water efficiency

Saline water

Salt saturated soils


Nutrient uptake


Clogging prevention

Clogging in drips and sprayers may occur as a result of mineral deposits (lime scale, iron and manganese deposits) or organic deposits (biofilms, algae). With Aqua4D, these no longer adhere to surfaces in contact with water and existing deposits are gradually eliminated. Biofilm is permanently eliminated and further bacterial growth is reduced with a preventive and curative effect on biofilm formation in irrigation networks.


With its nemostatic effect, the gall nematode population is reduced by disrupting its life cycle. Nematodes are left distressed, disoriented and, as a result, lay fewer eggs. The system reduces the nematode population to a sufficiently low level to no longer cause crop damage, without affecting the soil’s biodiversity.

Nutrient uptake

The effect of the Aqua4D system means that the dissolution of fertilizers is vastly improved, meaning less needs to be used. Meanwhile, improved root development increases nutrient absorption in general.

Salt saturated soils

The system has a leaching effect on harmful salts as they remain dissolved in water. Those not absorbed by the plant are carried off under the rhizosphere. They no longer crystalize and accumulate in the soil pores and can no longer inhibit the nutrition of the plant.

Root development

The increased water retention in the soil improves the capillary effect and allows for a better development of the roots (reinforced hairy structure) less deep in the soil. This increases capacity to absorb nutrients.

Improved plant health

With an increased ability to absorb water and nutrients, the plants are healthier and develop better, they are more resistant to pests and infection.