Plant Watering Articles

  • 8 Main Points of Aquatic Plant Trimming (2)

     5. Carbon dioxide should be increased after trimmingCarbon dioxide is the material basis for photosynthesis of aquatic plants and protects aquatic plants under strong light. After trimming, on the one hand, the lighting of the water grass is suddenly improved (the lamps have not changed, but the occlusion has been reduced, which is equivalent to increasing the lighting intensity). On the ...

  • Aquarium of Novice, How to Set Up a Low Tech Planted Tank?

    More and more people like to make an aquarium landscape, but they do not know the specific steps, have been afraid to try this! Today, we will tell you a brief introduction about the process of novice landscape. First of all, prepare a 60*45*45 fish tank. It is best to use   fish tank filter box, which ...

  • How to Make a Paludarium? ——Aquascaping Knowledge Get You Done!

    Fish Tank Size: 80*40*45 cm Lighting: Adjustable LED Aquarium Light 5W/8W/11W/16W   Bottom Mud Material: Volcanic Stone, Light Stone, Thin Filter Sponge, Foam Plastic Cloth, Water Moss, Planting Soil (Peat soil, Vermiculite, Perlite) Material: Dynasty Jade Stone, Tank divider, Landscaping Glue,    fish ...

  • Method for Trimming Riccia fluitans and Glossostigma elatinoides

    Riccia fluitans and Glossostigma elatinoides are the two most common varieties in the aquatic plant world, and they are the species that people prefer more when they choose to plant water grass.When breeding such kinds of aquatic plant species, in addition to scientific and reasonable care, but also regular trimming. Cut off the aging and rotten leaves, so that the new leaves can grow normally, ...

  • Physiological Injury and Bio-mechanical Injury of Aquatic Plants

      Physiological Injury of Aquatic Plants   1. Insufficient Light During the growth, due to insufficient light, the photosynthetic intensity of aquatic plants will be reduced, the normal growth and development will also be affected.   For example, red water plants such as Ammania gracilis and Rotala macranda, due to insufficient light, the anthocyanins in ...

  • Adapting production to drought

    Many parts of the world face water shortage and drought. As a result, farms and orchards are losing their capacity to produce food. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), drought cost the world 29 billion USD in 2018; therefore, it is imperative for governments, crop consultants, and farmers to be proactive. Technology is already available for risk assessment, planning, and ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Not just milk-and-water

    As global demand for milk, cheese, yogurt and other dairy products continues to grow, cost and energy management concerns are driving the introduction of new technologies in dairies to optimize and control costs of water usage.  In dairy plants, water usage is one of the major costs in the processing of the milk that is both a direct product and a primary raw material used to manufacture ...


    By Veolia Water Technologies

  • Soil Moisture Monitoring – Pastures Case Study

    Agriculture Victoria has installed several soil moisture probes on a range of soil and pasture types across Victoria. Soil moisture probes have helped with making early decisions in the cropping industry for some time with monthly analysis produced as a newsletter by Dale Boyd. The probes are capacitance enviropro probes manufactured in South Australia and are 80 centimetres long with ...


    By Entelechy Pty Ltd

  • Irrigating with saline or seawater

    Currently, agriculture uses seventy percent of the freshwaters, globally. Available freshwater sources will not be enough to increase food production to feed growing populations in the coming decades. Therefore, there is a concerted effort to grow crops with seawater. Hence, scientists are investigating the various challenges involved in growing plants with saline water. These include greenhouse ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Detecting salinity stress in crops

    Salinity inhibits growth and development in crops. Due to the extent of damage salinity causes to agriculture, it is identified as a major threat to food production. Therefore, practices to deal with the effects of salinity on crops are receiving a lot of attention. To be able to provide proper recommendations that are also sustainable, it is first necessary to find out how salinity affects ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Production process diagram of organic fertilizer

    The whole process of organic fertilizer production line can be simply divided into three processes: pre-treatment, primary fermentation and post-treatment. Pretreatment: After the compost raw materials are transported to the storage yard, weighed by the scale, sent to the mixing and mixing device, mixed ...

  • Influence of environment on plants

    There is no denying the importance of light for the growth of plants; however, there are many other environmental factors—such as temperature, moisture and nutrient availability, and soil type–that also influence plant growth. These factors do not act in isolation and are, many times, correlated. So, it is interesting to see how light works in combination with other resources to ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Genomic gymnastics help sorghum plant survive drought

    Scorching temperatures and parched earth are no match for the sorghum plant -- this cereal crop, native to Africa and Australia, will remain green and productive, even under conditions that would render other plants brown, brittle and barren. A new study published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National ...

  • What is Agro-Z Soil Additive Growth Media?

    How it is used as a soil additive to enhance plant growth for agriculture/horticulture companies? Plants can be demanding in the best of times. Anyone from first time gardeners to experienced farmers can attest to this fact. There are numerous elements including soil additives that need to be carefully considered and monitored when raising anything from flowers to fruits and vegetables to ...

  • 4 Benefits of Using Agro-Z Sustainable Soil Additive for Agriculture Companies

    There are many complex aspects to soil quality that can affect the growth and health of plants. Soils in different areas have different physical and chemical compositions that can be good or bad for farming. In the case of naturally rich and beneficial soil, over time, nutrients will be depleted. For other soils, plants could not be grown well there naturally. In those cases, a sustainable soil ...

  • Gas Sensing for Optimal Marijuana Crop Growth for Medical Purposes

    Following the legalization of marijuana salefor medicinal purposes in 33 US states1 and Canada,2marijuana sales have become big business. It is estimated that in 2020 US retail sales of marijuana will continue their rapid growth, from $15. 7 billion to $19 billion3with suppliers struggling to keep up with demand. In Colorado alone, legal demand was exceeding ...

  • How to plant tomatoes: 7 Common mistakes when Growing Tomatoes in Pots

    The lure of growing your own organic, sun-ripened tomatoes is what gets many of us into veggie gardening - even when our only growing space is a pot. Here are some simple tips to ensure that you avoid the common mistakes and enjoy a good crop of tasty tomatoes, even if you are restricted to growing a plant in a pot. 1. START BY GETTING THE BASICS RIGHT. Tomatoes are large, vigorous ...


    By Flower Power

  • NIR & spectroscopy in agriculture & crop science

    According to a review by Dr. Crocombe, hand-held spectrometers have historically been used by only small groups of people, such as analytical and drug companies. These days, spectroscopy is available in simple low cost devices for a multitude of applications for scientists and non-scientists alike. One of the most prominent uses of spectroscopy has been the use of the technology on ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • 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

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