The Green Farmer
Toxin Free Spraying System

The Green Farmer– NOT only for the innovator minds!

Passion, adaptability, bravery. These are just some of the basics we based on, when we begin the design ”The Green Farmer” series..

We innovate. We create. We dare. We challenge.

What makes us different from other farming equipment producing companies?

The challenges and the desire to always get and give more to humankind. The agri- industry plays a continuous dynamic and important part in everyone`s life. We are here to offer our partners a new innovative tool and method to grow healthy crops, and the same time reduce a high volume of harmful toxins to humans.

To take on innovation there is no place to be afraid to experiment, with new approaches coming in farming. Science is fascinating, for the types who are always curious in life and not afraid to try new endeavors.

For example: In farm, whether testing out soil health practices to boost yields and save money or  no-till (planting without plowing first), or cover crops (no revenue crops planted for the benefit of soil) or  reducing harmful toxin residues by applying the right source of toxin free spraying technology at the right rate and the right time in the right place. There is the opportunity to improve on what farmers are doing, to improve profitability and human health, because in order to continue farming long term, it has to be profitable more than one way.

In focus: the economy and the elimination of health hazard chemicals!                                                                                                                                                    The purchase price of The Green Farmer pay-off,  can be 1 or even 5 season, as the return on this investment will be gained by the absence of annual cost of the   chemical-pesticides purchased. This amount, however, is determined by the size of the cultivated area and local conditions. One thing is for sure: purchasing       The   Green Farmer will deliver a double return:                                                                                                                                                                                                        1, reducing chemical related expenses in the long term.                                                                                                                                                                                  2, significant progress in detoxification for a healthier life.


There can be some amount of anxiety or even fear when using “The Green Farmer” the first time. After you have done a season with OW spraying, you will be come and expert and gain confidence. We do recommend in the first season to split and assign a control area where regular pesticide is still would be in use. This will provide a clear picture and results for the spraying result or if repeated (little cost as only water in use) spraying needed. 

Are you going fully the "Organic Way"?

Yes, it is possible to be 100% toxic free. The Green Farmer OW spraying is very useful against all mold, fungus type of diseases and some bacteria. Pests, bacteria can be controlled by natural herb oils. With 3-7% herb oilsolution usually is sufficient when spraying against a certain disease. We can provide a list of herb oils to be used against a particular disease or pests.

Technical information:

Size of unit:  15. 3/4"x 15. 3/4"x10" (40x40x25cm)

OW ppm range at nozzle: 2-8ppm adjustable 

Weight: 26.5lb  (12kg)

Power consumption: 110V  600W (230V units are available, please request)

The Ozonated Water (OW) Spraying:

Nozzle  setting: medium to very fine droplets. The single and most important factor with OW spraying, the nozzle has to be kept not further than 2ft from the sprayed leafs or weeds. This is very important due to the OW enriched mist will start diluting in the air. Spraying it  over 3ft raising the probability for high efficacy loss. Usual OW ppm range for sparying  3 - 6ppm.


We recommend the The Green Farmer to be used in conjunction with any spraying unit with fluid consumption up to 6 gal/min. We do manufacture larger units, please contact us for further details. In case the sprayer is fuel operated, electricity will be needed. Using a small  110V/600W   gas generator will solve this issue.

Range of use:  

Small farm can range from a half-acre to 40 acres. The  GF unit is usually used with 50ft spraying hose which will cover a sizable to be sprayed area.

Connect and use:

The GF unit is designed to be easily connected to any exisiting small farm 110V or 230V  spraying system. 1/2" plumbing connections are provided, for easy O3 active OW or conventional pesticide use. Easy connect installation brackets are provided. For fuel engine type  sprayers power needed to be supplied either via extension cable or by small power generator.


Major benefits of the use of OW for spraying:
1, Ozone is generated on-site at low concentrations and pressures, and then immediately used in the treatment process. There are no issues about safe storage and handling.
2,  As converting back to oxygen, it does not form recalcitrant hydrocarbons, as pesticides do.
3, No residues are left behind. Unlike chemical pesticides, ozonation does not require post-treatment washing to remove residues from food surfaces.
4, Because of ozone’s effective mechanism, pests cannot develop resistance to ozone.
5, When needed, ozone gas can be used to delay fruit ripening.
6, Ozone is not a carcinogen, can be used safely and easily for treating pests, microbes, and fungal growth in plants, food and beverage industries.

OW and O3 gas in farming: grain, fruits, vegetables, viticulture

In farming traditional pesticides have become unpopular in recent years because of their inherent risks. For example, mycotoxines in stored grains,  copper fungicides, which are used to fight powdery mildew on grape vines, can produce foliage injury and toxicity. Ethyl mercaptan fungicides are effective for downy mildew, but they require a four-day re-entry warning after application. Mancozeb is the active agent in many other fungicides, but it cannot be applied for 66 days after harvest. All these chemical fungicides also have a reasonable chance of losing their effectiveness in coming years due to climate changes and increasing pest resistance.