Iranian Researchers Investigating Effects of Nanowater on Agricultural Production

Saturday, May 16, 2020 - 12:58

Secretary General of Iran’s Nanotechnology Initiative Council (INIC) has stated that right now, Iranian researchers are investigating the effects of "nanowater" on increasing agricultural and fisheries production.

According to an ISCA report, spoke of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Khamenei's emphasis on nanotechnology and nanoproducts, Dr. Saeed Sarkar said that we are moving toward developing agricultural products as well as reducing wastage in this organization.

He noted that water industry is one part of our activity, "water industry is related to the fisheries sector therefore, nano-researchers are carrying out joint actions in both sectors."

"Producing Nanowater, is one this actions which its impacts on both sectors are being investigated," Dr. Sarkar explained.

Water is composed of H2O particles. Thanks to the use of the latest technologies, large concentrations of water particles are broken into small, organized groups, so-called clusters. A single water particle has a diameter of only 1 nm (nanometer) – this is what the name of Nanowater results from.

As he emphasized, this technology will have many positive impacts on both agriculture and fisheries industries.


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