Trees now growing in the Groasis Waterboxx. Sahara desert, Morocco. Trees grown here with the Waterboxx had over an 88% survival rate, compared to around 10% survival without the Waterboxx but when watered weekly. The Waterboxx was invented to replant deserts - these trees are developing deep roots that will reach groundwater - allowing them to survive long periods without rain. #droughttolerant
Pumpkins growing with the Waterboxx - The Waterboxx can be used to grow vine crops like these pumpkins. The Waterboxx acts as a sunscreen for the roots of the pumpkin, preventing the water beneath the basin from evaporating. When growing most pumpkins the Waterboxx never needs to be refilled. #droughttolerant
The Groasis Waterboxx, shown from the top, growing a cantaloupe grown from seed. The Waterboxx is filled with water at planting the the cantaloupe never needs watered again. The Waterboxx can be reused for up to ten years.