CBX solves poor drainage
In many cases water is the difference between success and failure. Absorption, retention and drainage in the soil equals increased water efficiency and reduced irrigation costs. Use CBX and see savings of more than 30% in your water use.
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CBX contains a broad range of biological life along with organic acids, natural buffers, bio stimulants and natural enzymes. When applied to the soil, CBX recycles organic matter, creating micro-tunnels in the same way earthworms do, just on a microscopic level. These micro-tunnels create a natural aerification process, allowing space for air and water to penetrate solving poor drainage problems.
CBX stimulates activity amongst a broad range of biological life. When applied to the soil, CBX encourages natural recycling of organic matter, resulting in micro-tunnels similar to the activities of earthworms, just on a microscopic level. These micro-tunnels create a natural aerification process, allowing space for air and water to penetrate solving poor drainage problems.
Drainage problems may also be due to black layer, compaction, disease pressure, hydrophobic conditions, low organic matter, low SRD, poor aerification and thatch.
To see how CBX has helped to solve poor drainage problems, see this case studies:
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