The Liquid of Life.

Water.

It is our greatest resource.

It enables everything that we do.

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SEEDs leverage biological filtration as a first-approach to purity.

SEEDs leverage the power of biological water filtration using duckweed for post-hydroponic water systems. Data-driven methods of natural and mechanical filtration are prioritized before chemical treatments. Maintaining healthy, natural water systems that transition nutrient streams through aquaculture and hydroponics.

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SEEDs produce thousands of gallons of deionized water.

The high-temperature fuel cell energy system of each SEED produces deionized water as a byproduct of thermochemical electrolysis of biogas. Even the SEEDs fuel cell electric food-trucks produce gallons of deionized water per hour of operation, water that can be captured and used for cleaning dishes or the trucks.

Deionized water can be thought of as a hydrological blank canvas that can be formulated for specific purposes from aquaculture to hydroponics to fertilizer formulations.

Conservation through precision, from field to fork.

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Hydroponic grown produce uses 95% less water.

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Hydrological profiles optimized for hydroponics.

Through the SEED's blockchained network of sensors, hydrological profiles are optimized for crop-specific nutrient delivery within hydroponic systems. This atmospheric control from nutrient formulation, through hydrology, to crops provides a greater level of precision that is reflected in the quality of produce grown.

Through recycling of water used for hydroponic growing, Seedling can grow more with less. This attention to conservation transitions outside of the SEEDs hydroponic farm and into the farms of our fertilizer customers. By producing precision organic fertilizers, farmers can help mitigate the environmental effects of nutrient runoff, saving down-stream waterways from algae bloom effects.