Cannabis Concerns: Does filtered water matter? Custom Water Filters For Marijuana Growers
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With the legalization of cannabis farming in more and more states, growers are taking their water into serious consideration. While straight tap water or certain well water sources are perfectly fine to produce good crops, in an expanding competitive market, good won't make the cut. Commercial cannabis cultivators need to dive into their water chemistry and find out what high-yielding marijuana plants need to thrive.
Most water sources in the US, including city-treated water, well water, rain water, sea water, and river water, will contain some level of undesirable contaminants that may limit the yield in your plants. From chemicals to metals to salts to bacteria - you need to know what's in your water and how it affects your crop. Growers spend a pretty penny on nutrients and additives to give their plants what they need but often forget to factor in the nutrients already provided in their water. The result is excessive minerals and high nutrients that cause deficiencies or nutrient lock-out and restrict crop growth. In addition to plant health, your irrigation system can be affected by high salts and mineral content too, resulting in more maintenance.
To ensure your plants receive a balanced nutrient regimen, start with a blank canvas - pure water that stays consistently pure so you know exactly what's feeding your plants. Reverse osmosis has gained popularity among vineyards, nurseries, and grow farms that like to monitor their plant growth and control the nutrients that go into their product. RO systems can reduce a variety of contaminants like total dissolved solids (TDS), sulfates, nitrates, heavy metals, sodium chloride, and others that may be inhibiting plant growth. As a fast-growing market, legal marijuana growers can now jump on the bandwagon and give their plants the treatment they need.
Whether you're growing in a warehouse, greenhouse, your house, or outdoors, crops enjoy a balanced water chemistry with no fluctuation. Greenhouse growers may require different filtration needs than outdoor growers, and residential growers won't need the same systems warehouse growers require. Get a water filtration system that is built to your specific needs - not pulled from the shelf or mass-produced and sold as the cure-all. Let Clean Brew Water build the right filtration system your plants will love!
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