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.