- Moleaer, in collaboration with Spain’s BS Nature, is inaugurating a new production facility in Almería, Spain.
- The partnership aims to address challenges posed by climate change, such as drought and rising temperatures, affecting crop yields.
- Moleaer’s nanobubble technology enhances water utilization, reduces costs, and increases crop yields.
- Independent studies validate the efficacy of the technology, showing increases in yield and production.
- The new facility will serve local greenhouses, farms, and customers across Europe.
Southern California-based Moleaer, a pioneer in nanobubble technology, is set to inaugurate a new production facility in Almería, Spain. The company has partnered with Spain’s leading organic producer, BS Nature, to expand its patented nanobubble technology across Europe’s crucial agricultural regions.
Addressing Climate Challenges
The collaboration between Moleaer and BS Nature is rooted in addressing the urgent challenges of climate change, including drought and rising temperatures. These factors have severely impacted crop yields in Spain, particularly in the food-exporting region of Andalusia, where water levels in reservoirs have dropped by 70%. Moleaer’s nanobubble technology offers a sustainable and cost-effective solution to these challenges, enhancing irrigation efficiency and reducing resource inputs.
With nearly 1,000 installations worldwide, Moleaer’s technology enriches irrigation water with oxygen nanobubbles, improving plant health and increasing yields. The nanobubbles also eliminate biofilm in dripline emitters, prevent root disease, and optimize root absorption of water and nutrients.
The efficacy of Moleaer’s technology has been validated through four independent studies sponsored by BS Nature. These studies have shown:
- A 16.2% yield increase in cucumbers with Fundación Cajamar.
- A 9.7% increase in total tomato production with Agrocolor.
- A 10.5% increase in total weight in cucumbers with Tecnova.
- A 13% increased yield in cucumbers with the University of Almería.
The new facility in Almería, home to one of Europe’s largest concentrations of greenhouses, will serve as a hub for Moleaer’s latest nanobubble generator, INDALO™. Designed to withstand the unique climatic conditions of southern Spain, INDALO™ uses patented gas-to-liquid injection technology to generate trillions of nanobubbles that supersaturate water with oxygen more efficiently than any other method.