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Simon Mwaura CEO

Water hyacinth was discovered in Brazil in 1824 and SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA become the first man in the world to develop 15 different products from water hyacinth and all other aquatic weeds in 1996 breaking World history. Water hyacinth is found in many Countries. Water hyacinth is the only plant in world that converts its intake into fertilizer. Read more

Hyax Organic Liquid Fertilizer

5 Litres

Coverage: 6.5 Acres

Price: Kshs. 1080

20 Litres

Coverage: 25.98 Acres

Price: Kshs. 3800

TEA HEALTHY DRINK

Tea was first discovered in China in the ninth century and the processing of tea products by blending has not be changed or improved until 1996 when SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed new method of processing products from green tea leaves both three and four leaf levels. SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed the following products from 100% green tea leaves.... READ MORE
 
HYAQUIP BULK TEA HEALTHY DRINK IS AVAILABLE COLD AND HOT IN DISPENSER MACHINES. ADD MILK OR SUGAR TO TASTE.

1 Litres

Coverage: 1.5 Acres

Price: Kshs. 240

COFFEE HEALTHY DRINK

Coffee was first discovered in the Ethiopians highlands in the ninth century and the processing of Coffee products from coffee cherries has never changed until 1996 when SIMON NJOROGE MWAURA developed the following products from coffee cherries..... READ MORE

HYAQUIP BULK COFFEE HEALTHY DRINK IS AVAILABLE COLD AND HOT IN DISPENSER MACHINES. ADD MILK OR SUGAR TO TASTE.CAN BE BLENDED WITH BEER OR SPIRITS. 

Summary
History
It is believed that the water hyacinth was introduced first into the United States at the World’s Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exposition of 1884 -1885 in Louisiana. A Florida visitor to the Exposition apparently returned home with water hyacinth plants and subsequently released them into the St. John River. From there it spread rapidly spread to neighboring states.

Geographic Distribution


Water hyacinth originated in tropical South America, but has become naturalized in many warm areas of the world: Central America, North America (California and Southern States), Africa, India, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. We have no evidence that water hyacinth has established in the wild in Washington, although it is being sold at most aquatic plant nurseries. In 2000 a site was discovered in southeastern Washington where hyacinth had over-wintered. However, the site consisted of small ponds that were receiving waters from an industrial process. Company officials indicated that the water temperatures remained warm throughout the winter.

Habitat

Water hyacinths grow over a wide variety of wetland types from lakes, streams, ponds, waterways, ditches, and backwater areas. Water hyacinths obtain their nutrients directly from the water and have been used in wastewater treatment facilities. They prefer and grow most prolifically in nutrient-enriched waters. New plant populations often form from rooted parent plants and wind movements and currents help contribute to their wide distribution. Linked plants form dense rafts in the water and mud. In the Pacific Northwest, water hyacinth is planted outdoors in ponds and in Aquarius, but it is not considered winter hardy, except under special conditions.

The fibrous root system of water hyacinth provides nesting habitat for invertebrates and insects. Leaf blades and petioles are occasionally used by coots. However, whatever benefits this plant provides to wildlife are greatly overshadowed by the environmental invasiveness of this noxious species.