We try electromagnetic system to remove calcium from our irrigation water many years ago, it
was an "Aqua-perl" system from Dorl & Mutzke Gbr. it was attached to our main
water line. The system did not work, we could not see any difference on the calcium residue
left on the plants. Since then we used reverse osmose, which is very effective and we still
use today ;o)
Hope you guys are ready for the match wendsday, all of Denmark will have eyes
on Wimblendon that day!!!
All the best
Den 2. juli 2021 kl. 15.48, skrev Sven Seiffert <Sven.Seiffert@xxxxxxx>:
I am interested to hear if anyone uses electro-magnetic or electrolytic
equipment to remove calcium carbonate from irrigation water? Or are you aware
of anyone who does?
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