Now Is The Time For You To Know The Truth About Nanobubbles For Water Management

June 8, 2022 12:00 pm
Frank Toves

Irrigation Automation Construction and Management

Plants thrive in soils with good structure, great microbial activity, and available nutrients to develop healthy, fibrous root systems and produce quality crops. 

However, poor soil conditions from over-farming, cyclical drought, and poor water quality have led to soils with low nutritional content and have increased challenges with soil & crop management. In addition, traditional methods to improve soil health are often costly and time-consuming. 

However, innovative Agtech like nanobubble technology promises a sustainable, cost-effective way to improve soil health and water quality, resulting in improved yields and plant performance.

Frank Toves is an early adaptor of technology in irrigation. He has been involved in many installations of Nanobubler technology and shares his experience and answers the question, Are nanobubble generators worth the expense?

In this webinar, you will learn:

  1. Are nanobubble generators worth the time and money
  2. If and how nanobubble reduce soil compaction
  3. Do nanobubbles really improve nutrient absorption
  4. If nanobubbles make a difference in water absorption
  5. If nanobubbles help with soil high in salt


Frank Toves


Frank attended Cal Poly for Computer Science and has a history of technical and computer based skills. He began working in the agriculture industry in 2006 managing a local irrigation dealership in the Salinas Valley. Later he began doing sales and design both locally in Salinas and expanding down into Santa Maria and Oxnard. His dedication to doing what is best for the grower has allowed for him to build long term relationships built on mutual trust with his customers. This has been very helpful as Frank helps growers transition from conventional farming practices to the future of technology and automation. His background in computer science has allowed for him to lead the way for integrating technology with agriculture while his reputation lets his growers know that they will be supported every step of the way throughout the transition and learning process. Frank is recognized by the Irrigation Association as a Certified Irrigation Designer (CID), Agriculture Irrigation Specialist (CAIS), and a Certified Irrigation Contractor (CIC). As well as a Technical Service Provider (TSP) by the NRCS.

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