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Get water working for the Vegetation – Save my vegetation - Break down bio-films and anoxic conditions normally associated with bio-exudates/anoxic soils, terms like black layer, root rot, disease, fungi, mold, mildew, Fairy Ring, pythium, algae, blight, water retention, puddling, chronic soil bogs, rotten egg odors, fairway slash, poor drainage and compromised infiltration.

Generate dissolved oxygen - continuous chemical aerification within the soils.

​Overcome septic water in soils and from septic water sources like reclaim water or rancid pond waters. 


Disqualify the need for WaterSOLV™ BC through analytical water and soil testing. 


Stop bio-fouling of drip and emitter lines. 

While the reproduction rate of organisms is elevated by warmer temperatures, to their destruction by excessive heat / steam, organisms reproduce exponentially. Temperature dependent, bacteria growth can be exponential every 15 minutes.


Hundreds of thousands of types of bacteria with one thing in common – their bacteria. Whether in water wells, irrigations lines or soils, the primary bacteria are referred to as iron reducing, and sulfate reducing.


Iron Reducing Bacteria (IRB)

Typically thrive with oxygen

Consume iron


Form slime barriers resistant to many chemical

Produce water

Also known as iron bacteria, aerobic bacteria

Medically the slime is called polysaccharide


Sulfate Reducing Bacteria (also known as black layer, root rot and anaerobic bacteria)


Typically thrive where oxygen is depleted

Consumes sulfur and sulfate

Perpetuates fungi, mold, mildew and yeast

Release hydrogen sulfide gas (rotten egg odor, deathly to vegetation and humans)

Produce sulfurous acid

Produce water

Consumes oxygen


Manganese Bacteria


Feed on manganese

Tend to operate more like an Iron Reducing Bacteria.


Common Solutions;


Chlorine, pH adjusted. A well-known disinfectant of hard surface and pool water, in ideal conditions. Not labeled for mitigating (nor effective for) bio-films and anaerobic bacteria (SRB). Extremely Corrosive.


Hydrogen Peroxide. Extremely effective if properly applied however it tends to oxidizer everything. Difficult to prevent damage to roots at use rates necessary to correct soils. Extremely Corrosive.

Polysaccharide WATERSOLV

“And you thought bio was not playing a role? Here is what was listed after applying Curative and BC. It is a collection area that went bad biologically. Like on a golf course, those slosh areas. This is a physical view of Polysaccharide – biofilms. Polysaccharides are like a sheet of plastic and they are resistant to acids. But not resistant WaterSOLV™ BC and even less resistant to BC with WaterSOLV™ Curative. “



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