Stay Green and Spend Less Green!
Former Wellplant executive Andriya Glessner now operates ConserveAwater. Featuring products originally marketed by Wellplant, ConserveAwater helps growers, farmers, landscapers and gardeners keep their plants healthy.
With drought and water conservation becoming increasingly of interest today, products like Moisture-Loc (formerly Moisturin) and Root-Drench (formerly Root-Zone) help reduce water usage in plants and crops.
For most farmers and other commercial growers facing water shortages, this means radical changes in how and what they grow. For individuals and organizations with lawns and landscaping, it means learning to do things differently, such as replacing the type of greenery in their installations—or removing it entirely.
Carrying on the Wellplant Tradition, Our Mission is…
To reduce water consumption in turf, plants, trees and crops while enhancing their health, beauty and production.
ConserveAwater works with all producers whose business requires irrigation in arid zones and agricultural water conservation. Thanks to Root-Drench and Moisture-Loc, ConserveAwater helps growers cut transpiration losses, water usage and irrigation costs. For golf courses, it cuts the frequency of lawn mowing too, which gives you still greater savings.
Carrying on the Wellplant tradition, ConserveAwater was founded in 2015 to meet the increasing needs of water conservation due to climate change. ConserveAwater exists to help landscapers, nursery, orchard and golf course managers, gardeners and farmers in California and other arid areas save water.
As a crusader for water conservation, company founder Andriya Glessner offers consulting services on the use of water-saving products for agriculture and landscaping. In recent years, for example, she has consulted with California’s olive growers on ways to improve water efficiency in their industry.
Andriya is highly knowledgeable about water-conservation plant products and how they can help minimize drought impact on plants as California works to cope with the growing water shortage.
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