In order for plants to survive, large amounts of water molecules are required for capillary effect. Transpiration is the process where liquid water is lost by evaporation through the small openings in plant leaves known as stomata. These stomata open and close based on environmental conditions including light levels, humidity levels, temperature, and soil moisture. Water needed for transpiration is “pulled” from the roots of plants up into the leaves due to the energy in water held within the hydrogen bonds which occurs between water molecules. The process is essential in supplying the plant with sufficient nutrients, for its cooling effects, for the entrance of carbon dioxide required for photosynthesis, and for the proper positioning of water molecules needed to provide the plant the building blocks required to hold its upright form and structure.
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Whether you’re an elite athlete or just a person who is trying to get a better handle on their health through better hydration, structured water is an important step in maximizing the impact of your efforts to drink more water. At its original source, water is a nutrient rich and has a balanced pH level. Unfortunately, the convenience of modern plumbing and water treatment centers has eliminated a great deal of the purposeful structure water once held.
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Organic farmers are often inundated with the latest gimmicks that claim benefits, but which are unsubstantiated by reputable, scientific research. On one hand, farmers have customers (the end users) who want organically grown produce. And on the other hand, farmers have to find ways of incorporating proven organic growing methods into their operations while justifying the cost of implementing these methods. Meeting the organic demand while being able to make a fair profit is often a daunting challenge. Continue reading “Modern Farm Equipment and the benefits of a Structured Water Unit”