Water can be found in the most unlikely of places, sometimes just a few meters beneath our feet, and sometimes hundreds of meters down in an underground lake covered up millions of years ago. Some of these untapped resources are immense in size and if they were to be found and accessed, they could open up farmland where no one could have thought possible. New ground penetration geo-technologies are now locating these long lost geographical features deep in the earths crust, and with that, new horizons beckon.
It is generally understood that deep well waters can be void of oxygen content with salinity levels that can cause damage over time to farmland soils and to the organisms that live in it. Removing the salt content before use is a highly desirable step to take before using this water, and infusing both the molecular hydrogen and molecular oxygen content in the water will dramatically boost its ability to assist the life of the intended receiver.
In many environments where deep-seated water is sought, the land above is usually barren, dry and void of the microbes in the soil that would normally be able to produce the gases needed for root systems to access in conjunction with photosynthesis. Supplementing the soil with these vital gases encourages life to return much more rapidly than just simply adding moisture. This in turn enables the soil to return to fertility and microbial diversity and promote even more life.
Once the surface is able to access quality water it will be possible to open up new farmland that was once inconceivable to be harvestable or productive farmland. Mineral rich dirt will become mineral rich soil and with it, new opportunities. Infusing both hydrogen and oxygen into a reliable water supply can potentially change desert into oasis, and with that the ecosystem around it.