How do you reach a bacteria-free watering system?

Re-using drainage water can come with risks; pathogens can end up at new plants. By recirculating drainage water for strawberries the bacterium Xanthomonas poses a big risk. By dosing with Huwa-San TR-50 you can purify drainage water of bacteria fast and dependable, resulting in a bacteria-free watering system during cultivation. The product is permitted for treatment of drip hoses, silos and other parts of the water system. 

Right dosing of Huwa-San to get a bacteria-free watering system

In order to get a bacteria-free watering system, the dosing of Huwa-San TR-50 should preferably be done with a pulse pump in the mixing tank or in the discharge pipe of the greenhouse (if there is no mixing tank). When using a daily supply, it is advised to dose the Huwa-San before the water enters the greenhouse. Choose a suitable pump that can withstand hydrogen peroxide and has a self-ventilating head in order to obtain a bacteria-free watering system.

Hydrogen peroxide formula

Huwa-San TR-50 is a unique stabilized hydrogen peroxide that stands out for its superior stability and efficient operation. Huwa-San TR-50 is of great use in obtaining a bacteria-free watering system. Huwa-San is the product for powerful cleaning of your drip hoses, silos and other parts of the watering system. Thanks to it's unique stabilizer, Huwa-San retains it's power throughout the entire watering system. Moreover, unlike other products, it doesn't contain any harmful substances and is odourless, colourless and non-corrosive at the correct dosage. Huwa-San has proven itself in removing biofilm and preventing blockages in the watering system. We recommend peroxide test by using Huwa-San.

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