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Ideal Greenhouse Temperature And Humidity

To successfully grow crops in a greenhouse, temperature, and humidity must be controlled. The ideal greenhouse temperature ranges between 64 and 75 ºF, depending on what is being grown. As humidity is directly related to temperature, maintaining an optimal relative humidity level of around 80% is also essential.  Do you wish you could grow your

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How Does A Float Switch Work?

A float switch contains an internal mechanical switch that opens or closes an electrical circuit. The float switch moves up and down with the liquid level, detecting the amount of liquid in a tank, and sending an alarm when the level becomes too high or low. The electrical circuit is what turns the float switch

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Signs Of Low pH In Plants

Low pH can affect your plant’s growth and survival. If your plants are showing stunted growth, yellow leaves, or leaves with brown spots or reddish-purple edges, then it is showing signs of low pH conditions.  Growing plants or your own produce promotes good health and wellbeing; we are naturally drawn to plants because successfully growing

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Ozone Water Treatment Disadvantages

Ozone water treatments treat and purify potable water and industrial water treatment systems. Yet, ozone comes with some downfalls, such as its high cost and maintenance, high reactivity and toxicity, and the ability to form carcinogenic byproducts.  Ozone is a powerful disinfectant, effective over a wide pH range, thus, ozone gas can purify drinking water

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How To Increase The pH In Soil?

When the pH of soil becomes acidic, it can have detrimental effects on plant health. To increase the pH of soil, a component that contains calcium and/or magnesium is used. The most common practice is to add a material that contains lime, however other methods such as using baking soda or eggshells will also increase

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Types of Stormwater Management

Stormwater management controls the amount of stormwater runoff that comes from impervious surfaces such as streets, driveways, and rooftops in urban areas. In rural areas, stormwater management is more focused on reducing surface runoff from farmland, woodlands, and pastures.  Stormwater is water that comes from rain and snowmelt, plus anything that it picks up on

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Types Of Water Pollution

Water pollution is the contamination of water by pollutants such as bacteria, parasites, chemicals, and trash like plastic. The main types of water pollution include groundwater pollution, surface water pollution, suspended matter, oil spillages, microbiological pollution, chemical water pollution, thermal pollution, and oxygen-depletion pollution. All of these can cause pollutants and contaminants to enter our

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Surface Water Pollution – A Complete Overview

When surface water becomes polluted by contaminants, it puts strains on global drinking water supplies and aquatic animals and plants that rely on surface water environments. Surface water pollution comes from four main sources: agricultural runoff, sewage/wastewater, oil pollution, and radioactive substances.  Water is the most valuable resource in the world; without water, we would

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The Importance Of Groundwater

Groundwater is most important for providing water during irrigation and clean drinking water.  Groundwater is a vital supply of water on Earth, providing as much as 50% of the global population’s drinking water supply, and ~40% to irrigate crops. It is estimated that 2.5 billion people worldwide rely on groundwater sources for basic needs to

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Groundwater Vs Surface Water – What’s the Difference?

The two main factors between groundwater and surface water are where the sources originate from and the difference in water quality. Groundwater comes from beneath the Earth’s surface, whereas surface water is found on top of the Earth’s crust in lakes, rivers, and so on. As surface water is exposed, it is more likely to

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Ideal Greenhouse Temperature And Humidity

To successfully grow crops in a greenhouse, temperature, and humidity must be controlled. The ideal greenhouse temperature ranges between 64 and 75 ºF, depending on …

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How Does A Float Switch Work?

A float switch contains an internal mechanical switch that opens or closes an electrical circuit. The float switch moves up and down with the liquid …

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Signs Of Low pH In Plants

Low pH can affect your plant’s growth and survival. If your plants are showing stunted growth, yellow leaves, or leaves with brown spots or reddish-purple …

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Ozone Water Treatment Disadvantages

Ozone water treatments treat and purify potable water and industrial water treatment systems. Yet, ozone comes with some downfalls, such as its high cost and …

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How To Increase The pH In Soil?

When the pH of soil becomes acidic, it can have detrimental effects on plant health. To increase the pH of soil, a component that contains …

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Types of Stormwater Management

Stormwater management controls the amount of stormwater runoff that comes from impervious surfaces such as streets, driveways, and rooftops in urban areas. In rural areas, …

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