FAQS



Solid Rain is not toxic pollutants into the environment, do not affect the subterranean fauna nor if you mistakenly ingested by an animal and it’s biodegradable.

No, hydrogels are even a water-absorbing polymers, its chemical structure is different, they are formulated with sodium, making them less able to retain water, it's life is one quarter of the Solid and Rain eventually end up being counterproductive to the crop or plants. Solid Rain base is potassium polyacrylate, whose molecular structure of absorbing and retaining up to 500 times its weight in water. The lifespan of Solid Rain is up to 10 years undermining their capacity to absorb 10% a year, during which they will provide the plant of a regular supply of water, avoiding water stress by promoting aeration, avoiding percolation and evaporation. Rain Solid particles can be dried and re-hydrated each crop cycle

Solid Rain can be used with fertilizers, Fertilizers mixed with Solid Rain will yield savings in fertilizer, since nutrients are longer in contact with the root of the plant

Application of Solid Rain can be used in Agriculture, horticulture, gardens, reforestation, etc. It is not expensive. It is much more expensive when these crops and reforestation thousands of trees are lost due to lack of water.

The investment is recovered in about a year.

The process begins with the collection of rainwater from Well/roofs generally to be stored in water tanks or any type of clean container. Add Silos with water in the quantities required to result in the Solid Rain This is stored in plastic bags in a place in the shade. Solid Rain is ready to be used in crops and plantations until a year after being collected.