Ultra-fine bubbles, also called UFBs or nanobubbles, are very small, very stable long-lasting bubbles. With the ability to carry gases and different substances on their surface, their stability and longevity means that they have great potential for use in agriculture.
Revolutionizing irrigation, fertilizing, spraying and disease prevention, amongst a wealth of other applications, it’s projected that ultra-fine bubbles can radically improve food security and environmentally friendly farming techniques.
Exciting possibilities for more profitable, sustainable and productive farming are being offered by the emerging technology ‘ultra-fine bubbles’ (UFBs). The technology is being explored in a £250,000 Innovate UK-funded project, led by Magrow Tec in association with Agri-EPI Centre and the Centre for Crop Health and Protection (CHAP).
Join us for our online webinar on 20th July from 10AM-12PM in collaboration with project partners from Magrow and CHAP to discuss this amazing technology.