Welcome To magGrow


MagGrow’s Purpose

"We are passionate about the belief that every generation has the right to food and water. Our purpose is to inspire and innovate a better way to grow."

What is the MagGrow system?

MagGrow has developed a pioneering, patented magnetic spraying system for the horticulture & arable sectors of the agricultural industry. MagGrow products reduce drift by over 80% with our patented spraying system.

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MagGrow reduces Traditional Agricultural Pesticide Spraying Waste

Conventional agricultural pesticide spraying practices can typically result in 70% waste with only 30% of what is actually sprayed reaching its target. This results in chemical and water waste, while increasing levels of environmental pollution.

MagGrow has developed a pioneering, patented magnetic spraying system that reduces drift by over 80% and delivers superior coverage by enabling you to spray using finer droplets, a key challenge for conventional spraying systems.

How the magGrow system Works

 

MagGrow can be easily fitted to new or existing spray equipment including crop sprayers.

MagGrow System uses magnets to create an electromagnetic charge, making it easier for the droplets to attach to the crop.

The superior drift control that is provided by the MagGrow system means that finer droplets can be used thus delivering superior coverage and better efficacy.


Results

Increased profitability

Increased productivity

Better labour and land availability

Better compliance

Better Environmental responsibility


Why is it important to find a better way to grow?

By 2050, climatic impacts on food and water security will be unmistakable. There are likely to be 9 billion people on the planet. Most people will live in cities and demand for food and water will increase dramatically. The exponential increase in the demand for food and water urgently requires us to find better ways to grow.