Fusion Farming Technology for Africa

On May 7, 2013

 

Fusion farming is tailored for Africa.  The N2 Applied plasma reactor can produce nitrogen fertilizer small scale – on the farm or in the village.  Using air as raw material and solar power for energy .

 

Fusion Farming Technology is tailored for Africa

Fusion Farming Technology is tailored for Africa

The African continent has for decades been seen as a “lost continent” for business by many multinational companies. The main reasons being political instability and lack of infrastructure. The risk/reward ratio  has discouraged a business strategy for Africa.  Only diamonds, gold or oil has covered the risk involved.  However – this is changing. 

The agricultural potential of Africa is not utilized.   Lack of fertilizer and use of basic farming methods, combined with limited water resources and acidic soil, makes farming difficult.

We believe in a solution to the African challenge being distributed fertilizer production based on renewable energy.  In Africa solar and wind power are considered low risk and sufficiently stable.  Nobody can steal the energy source, and the technology is sophisticated enough to have limited value to the destructive forces.

 

The N2 Applied plasma reactor can produce nitrogen fertilizer small scale – on the farm or in the village.  Using air as raw material and solar power for energy .

The N2 Applied plasma reactor can produce nitrogen fertilizer small scale – on the farm or in the village. Using air as raw material and solar power for energy .

Fusion farming is almost tailored for Africa.  It is designed for small scale units and it is able to take advantage of renewable energy and the local mineral resources.  Acidic nitrates can upgrade organic waste to nitrogen rich fertilizer.  Nitric acid can upgrade local limestone to calcium nitrate in liquid or solid form. Liquid calcium nitrate is one of the best and most efficient nitrogen fertilizers for Africa. 

The plasma technology behind the fusion farming concept is also able to produce a neutral/alkaline ammonium nitrate.

 

This is promising .  Please contact us if it is of interest to you.   

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