Plant Watering Articles

  • Artificial Coconut Tree

    Introduction of Artificial Coconut Palm Tree Artificial coconut palm trees are a great way to add height, shade and tropical fun to the commercial space. Available up to 40 feet in height, these artificial beauties are wonderful landscapes that do not need specific caring or watering like real plants.   ...


    By Bjpalmtree

  • Bio-stimulants Effect on Pepper Plant Performance Case Study

    Two bio-stimulants were tested, along with a normal nutrition control treatment, in order to determine the effect on sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum) plant growth, water use efficiency, drought tolerance and resilience. All plants, excluding control plants, were exposed to drought and recovery period, and their physiological response was ...


    By Plant-DiTech Ltd

  • Artificial Coconut Tree

    Beijing Palm International Group Ltd. has over 20 years of experience and are now a professional manufacturer in the artificial garden plants and giant fake plants . We provide high quality large artificial plants for sale, and flexibility to customize artificial tree solutions to customers all at an ...


    By Bjpalmtree

  • CSG Irrigation Scheme - Case Study

    Description:  Treatment of up to 10 megalitres per day of  water from the gas extraction process to bring it to irrigation quality. Location:  Injune Western QLD Scope: design, supply, installation and commission of the water treatment system including pH ...


    By The Pump House

  • Sebewaing Light and Water CHP Plant, USA - Case Study

    Sebewaing Light and Water (SL&W) provides safe, reliable and environmentally responsible electric, water and internet utilities to their customers in Sebewaing, Michigan. By operating all three utilities, they are able to provide these services at some of the lowest costs in the area. In 2017, SL&W awarded Clarke Energy an  ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Leaf Area - How & Why Measuring Leaf Area is Vital to Plant Research

    What is Leaf Area? It is easy to measure leaves, and they are also the parts of a plant most responsive to their environment. The combination of these two factors makes leaf area measurement extremely useful to scientists and growers. Besides, leaves are one of the main plant organs and are responsible for the productivity of a plant, and on a larger scale, of an ecosystem or a farm. ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Tree, Crop & Plant Stress – A Primer on Abiotic and Biotic Stressors

    The natural conditions in which plants and trees grow are neither uniform nor controlled. Many changes or fluctuations, even if they are temporary, can have a negative impact on and stress plants. The factors which can lead to stress can be one of two types: abiotic or biotic. Stress can have serious repercussions on various phases of a plant’s growth and, ultimately, crop productivity. ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Perfect poinsettias for Christmas? Controlling compost moisture can remove the need for chemical growth retardants

    Poinsettias, the classic Christmas pot plant, are grown in their thousands in UK nurseries from late July onwards, but growers have to rely on the use of plant growth regulators (PRGs) to ensure that the optimum height and number of bracts is achieved by early December. With protective environmental legislation threatening to reduce the availability and use of such PGR treatments, a project led ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • Silver Bullet Solutions for Indoor Plant Cultivation

    Water Quality Products Magazine has published a case study on the Silver Bullet Water Treatment solutions for a Northern California indoor plant cultivation facility. ...

  • The Biophosphate Plant

    Biophosphate pellets from pig manure for use in low-phosphate agricultural areas The Ecoson Biophosphate plant produces green gas from animal manure in a sustainable way, and a natural, phosphate-rich organic fertilizer pellet for use in low-phosphate agricultural areas. The plant has a processing ...


    By Nutrient Platform

  • Grower Reflections on the 2017/2018 Indigo Wheat Season

    U.S. winter wheat was hit hard with challenging growing conditions this past season. The USDA expects a nationwide harvest of 1.2 billion bushels, which would be the lowest since 2002. Dry months after planting paired with freezes in April and then extremely hot temperatures during grain fill were a perfect storm for wheat growers. In Texas and Oklahoma, many fields were abandoned for the year, ...


    By Indigo Ag, Inc

  • Top 10 Tips To Improve Plant Quality

    1) Venting – it’s crucial to keep air movement and temperatures at the optimum levels. 2) Watering at the right times – and just importantly in the correct fashion! Make sure plants are grown nearby those with similar needs so plants with a need for a lot of water will be apart from those with dryer needs. 3) Keep roots strong – as fertilizers are applied and plants grow, ...

  • Water Supply Systems - Case Study

    Increasingly, more hydro projects are being integrated into existing conduit and canal systems such as potable water supply systems, waste water treatment plants and even on irrigation canals. Ossberger Hydro has a lot of experience in these types of projects with many features that have been designed specifically to address  the characteristics  of such projects. Shown below is an ...


    By OSSBERGER GmbH Co. KG

  • Bell Aquaculture - Case study

    Sustainable fish farm Bell Aquaculture choose Primozone ozone solution when expanding its production facility Sustainable fish farmer Bell Aquaculture installed a Primozone ozone system when expending its production facility in Albany, IN. Thanks to the Primozone ODM ozone distribution module the investment cost became substantially lower. Bell Aquaculture is the largest yellow perch fish farmer ...


    By Primozone Production AB

  • Hydrophobic Soils

    Water is the driving force of all nature. “Hydrophobicity” (  ...


    By Soil Doctors

  • Cannabis Irrigation-Israel

    Getting to Know Cannabis Farming Israel’s agricultural industry is ripening for the beginning of medical cannabis export, with the expected passage of medical export legislation by the end of the year. The timing is particularly fruitful for growers who are interested in succeeding in a new venture that is still in its infancy. The rewards are also high: Israel’s Health and ...


    By Kim Engineering Solutions

  • Characterization of extended spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL)-producing Escherichia coli in Asi (Orontes) River in Turkey

    In this study, the presence of extended spectrum β-lactamase (ESBL)-producing Escherichia coli in aquatic environments (the Orontes River and an urban wastewater) was investigated. Fifty-four E. coli strains resistant to cefotaxime were isolated from the river waters and nearby waste water treatment plant and screened for ESBL gene variants, different classes ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Using a Walnut Shell Filter as an RO Protection Filter

    The purity of boiler feed water can be a critical part of the manufacturing process. This water needs to be free from contaminants in order for the boiler to operate correctly, without frequent shutdown for maintenance. For this reason, a membrane filtration train is frequently used. Unfortunately, the exposure of plant water to the manufacturing process means that the feed water can be ...


    By Filtra Systems

  • Case study - Krenkerup Brewery

    Project: Jupiter at Krenkerup Brewery System Type: 3 x Jupiter 25 Country: Denmark Client: Duke of Krenkerup Castle Capacity: 20 m³/day Year of Installation: 2007. Description: The ...


    By BioKube A/S

  • The Value of Humic Substances in the Carbon Lifecycle of Crops

    Everyone who works in agriculture is aware of the basic lifecycle of crops: plants are seeded, they are nourished and they grow, they are harvested, and what is not consumed by (us) higher life forms is returned to the soil—where it is broken down through mineralization and by microorganisms so that it can be used to nourish the next cycle of crops. That relatively simple scenario is ...

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