Groasis Waterboxx

Pieter Hoff

The Groasis Waterboxx plant cocoon is an instrument that supports the growth of plants in unfavorable conditions by collecting rainwater and trapping water from condensation.

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The Groasis Waterboxx® plant cocoon is an instrument that supports plants and trees to survive in difficult circumstances without using groundwater or electricity. It collects water by catching rainwater, and also by producing and catching water from condensation. It subsequently distributes the collected water over an extended period, to the tree growing in the center of the Waterboxx® plant cocoon. Furthermore, it stimulates the capillary formation of the soil; prevents the evaporation of groundwater; steadies the temperature around the roots; fights competitive weeds near the planted tree; and can even prevent damage by rodents. In this way, the Groasis Waterboxx® plant cocoon stimulates optimal growth of the young tree.

Target region(s) Target region for distribution/implementation (listed by country if specified)
Distributors/implementing organizations Organization(s) distributing/deploying this product directly to communities/individuals?"

Fire Daisy (South Africa), Dew Harvest (United States), Bio Fog (Columbia),

Market suggested retail price Price per unit or service price per usage/terms (USD). Subsidies noted.

Price varies by region and is based on quantity purchased. In the United States;

1 Waterboxx costs $39.95 USD plus $16.99 USD for shipping.

5 Waterboxxes costs $189.95 USD (shipping included).

10 Waterboxxes costs $289.95 USD (shipping included).

50 Waterboxxes costs $1479.95 USD (shipping included).

Competitive landscape Similar products available on the market. May not be a comprehensive listing.
SDG targeted United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targeted with this product/application/service

Goal 2: Aims to achieve food security by allowing farmers to plant in areas where it was hard to before due to climate conditions and lack of water.

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