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Disrupted Food Chain
Effects Algae Growth

The Flow-Tech Grow randomly decaying signal agitates the water molecules throughout irrigation systems and damages the bacteria cell walls, ultimately killing the main food source for green Algae. Unlike chemical treatments, once the water exits the constant contact of the RF signal, it enters the soil and water returns to its natural life-sustaining force - "unbonded" on a mission to hydrate and dissolve.


Open the PDF to review excerpts of an article published in the April 2021 issue of POWER magazine, as well as excerpts from a 2013 study on Algae consumption of bacteria. The article summarizes a three-year pilot using the Flow-Tech Power system to control Bio and Algae at the G.E. Power plant in Vancouver, WA.

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We had lots of questions about Flow-Tech Grow water-treatment, in the beginning. 8-seasons later, got lots of answers... so, ask away!

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