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Q: What is Moisture Manager, and what is it made from?

A: Moisture Manager is a plant-based hygroscopic humectant (a fancy way of saying it attracts water and then condenses it) originally developed in Australia.

Moisture Manager is a blend of a plant-based active ingredient and carriers, such as tiny bits of clay and a special wetting agent that assures even distribution throughout the soil profile.

 Moisture Manager bears a USDA Biobased Product certification. To read the MSDS, click HERE.

Q: What does it do?

A: Once watered in, Moisture Manager goes to the plants roots and adjacent soil, where it attracts and condenses water directly from water vapor - in other words humidity.

 At 99% humidity, plant roots stop absorbing water  because they can only use water in droplet form (above 100% humidity).

All that lost water then soon enough evaporates, and while it does, the plants don't have access to any of it.

Since water lost to evaporation accounts for up to 50% of water use, it's important to reduce evaporation whenever possible.

Moisture Manager remains active for up to three months, collecting the evaporating water and putting it where it's needed - on the roots. It is effective down to 20 per cent humidity.

If left out in the open, the active ingredient (a dry white powder) easily extracts water out of the air at 35% relative humidity, becoming a pool of clear water within 30 minutes.

Q: Is it safe?
A: Moisture Manager is completely safe for pets, humans and the environment. It biodegrades in about three months. It is currently used on countless vegetable gardens and crops.

It is not a GMO product - none of the ingredients used to create it were genetically modified in any way.

Q: How is it applied?

A: Moisture Manager is a granular product that is applied using a drop or chest-spreader. As the applicator walks over the area to be treated, the spreader applies the product evenly.

It can also be applied by tractor using a pto broadcast spreader and hopper.

Q: How much does it cost?

A: Moisture Manager costs less than a nickel per square foot when professionally applied.

Q: How do I get a free quote?

A: Simply call one of the Authorized Moisture Manager Applicators shown in the green bar on the left side of this page, or click HERE to get a free no-obligation quote online.

Q: Do I need to water before or after treatment?

A: You don't need to water before application. After application, water normally for two weeks, then you can cut back.

Q: How much water can I save?
A: With Moisture Manager, you can save up to 50% of the water you'd normally need on your lawns and plants.

Q: How long does each treatment last?
A: Moisture Manager treatments last up to three months. The manufacturer suggests repeat applications as long as drought conditions prevail, or whenever water conservation is desired.

Q: How can I schedule treatments?
A: Call one of the Authorized Moisture Manager Applicators shown in the green bar on the left side of this page.

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