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Yagur Hydroponic Agriculture

Intensive and controlled crop production is becoming more popular globally as a way to improve the yield and quality of vegetables. Hydroponic technology has been developed and used in many greenhouses worldwide, and crop growing methods have become highly precise. In recent years, enrichment technology such as oxygenated irrigation water and Nanobubbles, which increases the availability of nutrients and beneficial bacteria, has been introduced. The use of Nanobubbles for aeration and oxidation has been shown to increase yields by 20-30%.


In this particular site of 6,000 sqm of hydroponic deep water floating raft culture (DWC) greenhouse:
Each production pool is 30 meters in length and 6 meters in width. Each raft contains five lettuce plants. Production pool water volume: 18-20 m3.


Project ID


Yagur hydroponic greenhouses, Israel


O3 Nanobubble Ozone System
O2 Nanobubble O2 System
Air Nanobubble Air System


Enriching water
Wastewater treatment to reduce sulfides
Wastewater treatment to reduce sulfides
Icons_Reservoir-water-treatment-for-irrigation Reservoir water treatment for irrigation
Icons_Reservoir-water-treatment-for-irrigation Reservoir (30,000m3) water source for irrigation of soft fruit production
Intensive agriculture
Enriching water
Drinking water treatment
Disinfecting water
Disinfecting fruit & vegetables


Intensive agriculture (DWC)


The Challenge
The Data
The Results

Shorten the time period of growing crops and increase production.

Air Temperature

Air Temperature

Red = Temperature / Blue = Humidity / Yellow = UV Radiation

Water Temperature

Water Temperature

Average Temperature of 23oC

Fresh Weight

Fresh Weight

Increase in Weight 23%.

Enriched fertigation water with Nano air bubbles increased the average fresh weight of the lettuce by 23% or alternatively shortened the growing cycle by three days, which represents an additional two growing cycles per year.

Based on grower cost and profit conditions, the ROI is 6 months.

Case Studies

All Case Studies

F&B Wastewater Treatment to Reduce Sulfides

Test using Nanobubble Ozone Systems to treat pollutants and dissolved sulfides in F&B wastewater to meet environmental standards.

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Poriya Reservoir

The Kedmat Galil industrial area generates a significant amount of wastewater from canneries, pharma, and food & beverage factories.

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Dovrat Reservoir

The Dovrat reservoir is a large artificial lake located near the Dovrat Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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Dearnsdale Fruit, Staffordshire, United Kingdom

In Dearnsdale Fruit, Staffordshire, a lot of algae grows in the reservoir which supplies the water for the irrigation of 50ha soft fruit production

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Wilkin & Sons (Tiptree) Essex United Kingdom

We prevented blooming of algae in the reservoir and biofilm in the irrigation water.

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Seaple, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Seapal, the water utility company in Puerto Vallarta, South America, implemented advanced oxidizing Nanobubble technology.

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Yagur Hydroponic Agriculture- June

To improve the yield and quality of vegetables, there has been a trend towards intensive, controlled methods of growing crops.

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