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Kai / Irrigation System

Kai
Kai

Kai is a supporting product for saplings.Kai collects its own water where there is scarcity of available water supply.It helps poor soil to become fertile in arid and semi-arid areas.Kai is inspired by tree roots to ensure a well-balanced irrigation.1 Kai provides 80% of weekly water need of 4 pine saplings based on average numbers.Saplings are placed in holes in soil.Kai is also placed in one similar hole.After putting it in the ground, hole is filled with soil to ensure placement.Kai support to saplings and when they become trees they help the land to protect underwater sources and bring moisture to air that leads rain and ends the drought.

University

Bahcesehir University

Bahcesehir University
İstanbul, Turkey

Elif Okur,
Bahcesehir University