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CASE STUDY – Mt. Barker Strawberries

“We grow approximately 30 acres of strawberries in Mt Barker SA. We installed a Hydrosmart unit on our bore due to salinity problems.”

“The water quality had gradually’ increased to 1,500ppm. Plants were starting to suffer in the summer months. There was leaf burn, poor growth and low fruit yields.”

“When the unit was installed in December 1999 the plants responded immediately with increased vigour and fruit yields.”

“Salinity problems are a thing of the past. I highly recommend the Hydrosmart System to anyone who is having salinity problems in any farming industry.”

Website:  www.mtbarkerstrawberries.com.au

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