Covering a plant's root system, directing water to the roots, saving water and supporting a green revolution: Tal-Ya provides a solution to the growing issue of sustainable worldwide food supply
Agriculture traditionally uses rainwater or irrigation to grow crops. Tal-Ya maximizes water by using dew, condensation and a more efficient use of irrigation and rain water.
Water conservation and efficiency
All water (dew, rain and irrigation) is directed precisely to the right place: the root system. Evaporation and runoff are eliminated. Rainwater to the root system increased by 30 times.
Producing more from less
Using same amount of irrigated water resources results in increased crop yield. Tomato yield can be doubled; cabbage, cauliflower and melon yields seven times more.
Environmentally friendly, reusable for up to ten years and completely recyclable. Removes the need for disposable plastic mulch and its associated labor and ground contamination.
Ground water not contaminated with chemicals
Precise direction of any liquid and solid fertilizers to plant roots, substantially reducing fertilizers. Eliminates the need for herbicides as weed growth is arrested by the cover. Color is utilized to repel insects
Adding pure dew to the water mix ensures fewer salts, metals, solids and toxic materials entering the plant roots as well as the ground water.
Regulated temperature and moisture retention can often save crops during extreme weather conditions, as root systems never dry out (due to hot or frozen conditions).
Time to market
Regulated temperature can support earlier ripening of fruit, lessening time to market.