Yes, with definite certainty, the electronically treated water will improve crop production in soils with serious salinity problems. The reason being that the charge, when placed in the water, which moves into the fields which are to be planted can carry the soil salts to the sub-soil layers and do not interfere with the roots of the plants.

As the soil is continued to be watered with the electro-charged water the salts will move even farther into the soil, as well as, carrying salts and other problem factors away from the plant roots into the sub-soil strata. The unit essentially holds the salts in solutions until they may reach the sub-soil where they will not affect the plant.