The ozone used to treat irrigation water has a disinfectant effect which can be used in the combined fight against harmful insects and parasites
and bacterial and fungal infections in open or greenhouse vegetable crops to be used as human food and animal feed, all without the use of chemical or synthesized products such as hydrogen peroxide, chlorine derivatives, ammonia derivatives, peroxyacetone, pesticides, etc.
The beneficial effect of ozone on irrigation water also extends to the quality of the crops irrigated;
iin fact, when the lymphatic ducts of vegetable products are stimulated, the process of photosynthesis accelerates, visibly improving the appearance and size of the products, resulting in richer products and a greater yield per square meter. Given that ozone does not release any residue, the land, sludge and irrigation channels receive pure water without any risk of pollution.