Expert in Water-Borne Disease Control using UV-Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide in Irrigation Systems
Expert ID: 728470 United Kingdom
Since 2009, he has been involved with controlling the Fusarium fungus that is plagueing the forestry industry by using the technology as described above.
A feature of this process is that NO CHEMICALS are used whatsoever and plant growth is phenominal.
A very sought after symbiotic root fungus called Mycorrhiza, which the forestry industry cannot get to grow when chlorine is used as a water sterilent, grows prolifically when the Hydro-Peroxzone process is used.
The control mechanism for this process is measured scientifically with the use of an ORP meter which indicates the quality of applied water.
His field of consultancy reaches across to all aspects of water use through irrigation from open field farmers to golf courses.
In our modern day search for alternative techniques to grow our food with, this proven Hydro-Peroxzone method will out-compete any chemical use.
It is very Eco-friendly and has been approved by many regulatory bodies such as FDA, USDA, EU, GAP, Organic, etc.
Legislation is currently being implemented in the EU and the USA where farmers will not be allowed to grow our food in poor quality water anymore such as happened with the spinach poisoning in California, and they cannot rely on chlorine or any other chemicals to do what UV-Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide can do, NATURALLY !
They are both very natural products which our Sun creates for us each day sothat our environment is kept clean of pollutants.
This technology is unpatentable, and is readilly available to anyone who wishes to use it in place of chemicals in our food production.
|Year: 1984||Degree: Agricultural Diploma||Subject: Agricultural Science||Institution: Cedara Agricultural College|
|Years: 1992 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Managing Director||Department: UV-Ozone Water Services||Responsibilities: He is the sole proprietor and managing director since 1992 to present.|
|Years: 1987 to 1991||Employer: Self||Title: Sole proprietor||Department:||Responsibilities: Self employed farmer growing Hydroponic lettuce and Greenhouse tomatoes|
|Years||Country / Region||Summary|
|Years: 2006 to 2006||Country / Region: Portugal||Summary: He consulted to a strawberry grower who supplies the Paris and Madrid fresh produce market and who needed to control several fungi, such as botritis, rhizoctonia, pythium and phytofthora.
Also consulted to a potato grower in the same area who had a nematode problem in the soils.
|Years: 2003 to 2003||Country / Region: Mocambique||Summary: He installed an Ozone generator to the borehole water supply system which controlled the fungal diseases and the 'rotton egg' odour which came off the anaerobic water.|
|English||English is his home language, so he can speak, read and write it well.|
|Afrikaans||His second language is Afrikaans which he learned to speak as a child and at school.|
|Zulu||From working with the Zulu people, he has learned how to speak this language.|
|Flemish||Flemish and Afrikaans are very similar, and on a recent visit to Belgium, he found that conversing with the people was relatively easy.|
Fields of Expertise
advanced oxidation processes, germicidal lamp, hydrogen peroxide, hydroponic farming, hydroponics, oxidation reaction, ozone generator, ozone technology, ozone water purification, ultraviolet radiation/hydrogen peroxide water treatment system, biological aerobic treatment, corona discharge, forestry, hydrogen peroxide oxidation, oxidation-reduction reaction, oxidizing agent environmental effect, ozone, ozone production, ozone reactivity, peroxide oxidation, ultraviolet oxidation water purification, water treatment, water purification, lettuce