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Greenhouse & Agriculture

Mountain High Water is proud to bring the leading method of water enhancement to your facility. Our systems use ozone and CO2 combined with the leading method of gas diffusion to bring our customers’ facilities the advantages detailed below.

If you are irrigating with reclaimed water, this system will drastically improve your water quality.

Mountain High Water’s Diffusion System Eleminates:

  • Black Layer
  • Lake Algae
  • Wet Well Algae
  • Sprinkler Head Algae

Ozone (O3) has extremely high oxidation potential. A weaker bond between two of the oxygen atoms in the molecule allows one oxygen atom to release; it then attaches to pathogens such as bacteria. When this oxygen atom attaches to the organisms, it burns up the cell wall and other essential structural components, thus destroying the organism. O3 doesn’t kill algae or black layer, but by removing its food sources, fungi, spores, bacteria, and mold, the algae cannot survive. With the increased ratio of oxygen to water and soil, an aerobic environment is created.

Opens Up Soil / Allows Greater Percolation

  • Increases Root Depth


When liquid ozone enters the soil it does two things. First, it puts three times the oxygen into the ground, and second, when the single atom of oxygen detaches from the ozone molecule, it attaches to compounds in the soil and removes impurities. Both of these processes open up the soil, allowing water to percolate through, eliminating all wet spots and standing water. Also, ozone enables golf courses to collapse the daily water window. When the soil is looser, it allows roots to penetrate deeper into the soil. Then, the pure oxygen that has split from the ozone molecule enriches the soil, creating a better growing environment.

Lowers pH

Mountain High Water’s Diffusion Systems are highly effective for dissolving CO2 into water, which lowers and maintains pH levels. Tests have proven that feeding plant life with pH controlled water has a direct effect on lowering pH levels in soil. This, in-turn, has a positive effect on the root zones thereby reducing the amounts of fertilizer and nutrients required.