Food Producing Trees in desert conditions

Our system synergistically merges rain capture bowls, biosponges, and cutting-edge technology to capture, retain, and distribute water according to plant needs. Ranging from 3 to 10 feet in width, our rain capture bowls are engineered to concentrate water effectively—1 inch of runoff in a 6-foot bowl results in a 10-inch column of water standing 52 inches tall. Their design channels rainwater directly to the plant’s central root mass, significantly enriching the soil’s moisture around the tree’s core root system.

Our RainAmp S1 technology captures and stores excess water before it either evaporates or risks damage by pooling around the trees. This stored water is strategically released when needed, ensuring trees remain adequately hydrated, even during dry spells. This dual approach allows us to optimize the trees’ water usage over prolonged dry periods while simultaneously reducing erosion and mitigating downstream flooding.

RainAmp the difference between thriving and death

Thriving Trees With RainAmp
under Desert conditions

Larger bowls with plastic left exposed to show the process. These trees very seldom needed water even before we added our S1 system.

A tree where RainAmp was not used
struggled and died.

This tree was on same land and even had more water carries to it but without RainAmp it couldn’t survive our hot dry summer.

Raspberry plants using the RainAmp cement planting bowls.
Thriving Raspberry plants using RainAmp
cement planting bowls. These bowls avoid the use of plastic
and provide a great guide for the water.

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