Cannabis is a very thirsty plant. According to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, one plant can drink 5 to 10 gallons of water per day. Depending on the environment and medium, these plants can consume more. In the quest to increase quality and maximize yield, regardless if cultivators aren’t experiencing drought conditions, or even water restrictions, the consideration of implementing minor changes that support water conservation in general are important. As its legal to grow cannabis in many states, there is a shared responsibility amongst cultivators to adopt and invent new methods to conserve water.
One of our customers took this picture of his garden booming. These are tomatoes and cucumbers in his greenhouse supported by blumats. His comment on them was" The great thing is that blumat automatic watering system works perfectly delivering water to plants roughly at 15L/day rate".
Take These Steps Today to Prevent Water Pollution
Each year, 14 billion pounds of garbage is dumped into the ocean. This is a shocking statistic, but it is the result of a failure of people around the world to make simple changes to their habits. There are big steps you can take such as going plastic free, but it can take time to drastically shift your lifestyle.
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