This item has been discontinued.
This Enki watering can system for plants
can increase oxygen saturation levels up to around 150 percent, compared to 30 to 40 percent in regular tap water.
All you do is fill up the can with water, and then plug it into the wall for approximately 5 minutes
. You will see the electrolysis element inside the container bubble up like crazy. After you turn it off the bubbles will disappear, but the oxygen will remain in solution for about an hour, so you have plenty of time to water your plants.
Because of the increased oxygen in the water, flowers will produce larger flower weight as well as more flowers. Vegetable plants can produce 22 percent (tomatoes on avg.) to 58 percent (peppers on avg.) more yield!Here is how the Oxygenating Watering Can works!
Regular tap water has, on average, somewhere between 30 to 40 percent oxygen saturation. By plugging in the watering can and letting the metal plates bubble vigorously for a few minutes, the can super-oxygenates the water, putting about five times more 02 (oxygen) into suspension in the water than that found in nature. In fact, it can help your water reach an astonishing 150 percent oxygen saturation.
While everyone knows plants produce oxygen for all of us to breathe, you might not know that plant roots also need oxygen for nutrient uptake. By watering plants with the Oxygenating Watering Can, you stimulate growth, improve plant strength and health and, most importantly, increase the number of flowers and the yield of your fruit and vegetables.When tested at the University of Minnesota, petunias created 28 percent more flowers, geraniums had 76 percent more flower weight, pepper plants had a 58 percent better pepper yield, and tomato plants yielded 22 percent more tomatoes, on average.
Works great for houseplants, vegetable gardens, flowerpots, shrubs, herb gardens and just about any other plant you can think of!Enki Oxygenating Watering Can product detailsHolds 1 gallon of water.
Uses very little electricity, because it only runs for 5 minutes per gallon of water