Water sources traditionally used for agricultural applications include groundwater from bores or wells, surface water from rivers and dams, treated municipal water supplies and even recycled water. Water quality can affect the plants, soils, livestock, irrigation equipment, domestic use and general farm activities.
According to the USDA, agriculture is a major user of ground and surface water in the United States, accounting for approximately 80 percent of the Nation’s consumptive water use. Knowing your water quality allows you to avoid problems such as poor plant growth, blocked irrigation or stock watering pipes, and other undesirable effects. EcoWater’s innovative solutions for agricultural industry can help you achieve your goals to address water quality issues, reduce energy consumption and improve process operations.