Meet SolidWater: plant-moisturizing granules for hassle-free growing.
Less desert, more plants
You can use SolidWater for yourself to create an urban jungle in your home, hassle-free. Or, you can gift it to someone who loves their plants as if they are her own babies.
Ultimately, what you decide to do with SolidWater is up to you. Our mission is to restore the most vulnerable and devastated areas of the world. For every package we sell, one tree grows in the desert again.
SolidWater stores water and releases it to plants directly. The granules also promote root growth. This naturally improves plants' growth rates, health and lets them survive much longer without water. Finally, SolidWater is designed to benefit plants at every stage of its lifecycle. As time goes by, microbes in the soil break the granules down into essential minerals: potassium, carbon dioxide, nitrates and water.
How it works
SolidWater acts as a soil enhancer, letting any soil grow more vegetation. The soft, waterholding granules absorb, preserve and regulate water and nitrogen. This drastically increases the quality and moisture levels of your soil. Finally, the granules also release water to the roots that grow through them.
Because the plant now has pockets of water that it can easily access, it will grow about 10-15% faster. At thesame time, SolidWater holds onto a lot of water for long periods of time, making plants much more drought-resistant: plants with SolidWater can survive up to three times longer without watering.
This makes SolidWater ideal to transform eroded soil into fertile land. But it also means that keeping plants healthy and green is now a lot less time-consuming for anyone.
Marnel on Mar 23, 2017
Two of my plants have solid water now and although they haven't grown a huge amount yet, I water them like a tenth of what I used to. I forget to water them all the time but not a single leaf has drooped yet!
RajaHK92 on Dec 15, 2016
I used solidwater for my garlic and it really keeps the soil wetter than normal. Definately grows a lot faster too.
Anonymous, July 20, 2016
Not really a water shortage where i live, but on average my plants grew 10-15% faster. This seriously shortened my growth cycles!