CBX solves soil compaction or poor penetration
Pore space is important to soil because it provides a means for water to be transported through the soil. CBX increases water penetration by creating mico-tunnels for super deep water penetration.
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Some compation case studies are available as well. Please take a moment to see how CBX solved the high compaction issues at SRP's Pera Club and at Barona Creek Golf Club.
SRP's Pera Club - Retention Basin case study
Late in the summer of 2004, Environmental Techniques International joined a DesertWise study that was being conducted by SRP's Pera Club, located in Phoenix Arizona. The study was to test different products claiming to increase soil penetration and eliminate standing water in retention basins...more
Barona Creek Golf Club - Penetration case study
Barona Creek Golf Club is located in the foothills east of San Diego California on the Barona Indian reservation. The Course is managed by Sandy Clark CGCS who began using CBX in 2005, in hopes of saving water...more