As a viable aternative to pesticides, ozone is already used abondontly in the preservation of fruits and vegetables.  As an example, tomatoes exposed to ozone became more fungus-resistant, even once they were removed from the ozone gas. Exposed tomatoes were 60 percent less likely to develop fungal lesions, potentially boosting their shelf life by two to five days.  In addition, ozone is already a highly effective solution for water treatment for fish farms.  Contact us to understand how our solutions can assist your production.
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