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Direct Irrigation & "0" Evaporation

Demonstrated by Gulam Ali Sajanlal

The World Leaders have been calling for global cooperation in water conservation and water efficiency issues, and have spent billions of Dollars, because they know Water is Source of Life. Without it there is no Governments, Nations, Counties, Politics, Power, Peace or Life.

Yet no one has come up with solutions so far. One individual, a Dubai based Indian inventor, Gulam Ali Sajanlal, has come up with yet another simple and highly effective idea, which makes it highly adaptable to a very serious situation, which the world is facing to day. Evaporation of water.

Gulam Ali Sajanlal has already successfully demonstrated how water dripping from air-conditioners can be collected in a tank, from where it can be used for watering plants, doing the laundry and, if filtered and treated, even for drinking and cooking.

He has come up with another simple and yet highly effective idea. Direct Irrigation & "0" Evaporation. He has demonstrated this by inserting a hollow 5' pipe at the base of a plant, which goes 2' into the ground, where the roots are. 1/2 the pipe is filled with Fertilizer and he waters the plants by letting the water into the 5' pipe. This way the fertile water reaches the roots directly and leaves no water on the surface, saving water, which otherwise evaporates all the time. This results in saving of water and Fertilizer up to 75 %, and Phenomenal growth.

This is a simple and yet highly effective idea, which makes it highly adaptable to a very serious evaporation problem, which the world is facing today.

 

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