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Better Water for Growers We offer the following water filters for small home based to commercial growers, organic farms, hydroponics, greenhouses, and legalized marijuana growers: water filters for iron, rust, manganese, sand, sediment, silt, turbidity, organic chemicals, herbicides, insecticides, pesticides, chlorine, chloramines, pharmaceuticals, bacteria & viruses, heavy metals, arsenic, high salts, sulfate, nitrate, chloride, sodium, and total dissolved solid filtration. Need after hours help? Email us at Sales@RainDanceH2O.com
commercial iron filter
Iron & Manganese Well Water Filters
commercial iron filter
Sediment & Turbidity
commercial iron filter
Chlorine & Chloramine

RainDance Water Systems Reverse Osmosis For Irrigation, Landscapes, Greenhouses, Growers, Livestock  

The salts associated with salinity can affect the growth and health of plants in several ways. One is referred to the “osmotic effect,” in which salts attract water and compete with plants for it, meaning that as salinity rises, plants have to expend more energy to take in water (energy that would otherwise be used for growing, flowering, or fruiting). The end result is negative: stunted growth, wilting, and other damage.

Another major concern is that constituents making up total dissolved solids – for example, sodium and chloride ions, as well as boron – can be toxic to sensitive plants, causing severe damage, such as leaf burn, leaf drop, and plant death. Some plants are more susceptible to salt damage than others. For instance, among turfgrasses, Colonial bentgrass is extremely salt sensitive, while Bermuda grass and Seashore paspalum are highly salt tolerant.

Most water that's acceptable for irrigation of landscapes contains 200 to 800 mg/L of dissolved salts. Total soluble salt levels up to 2,000 mg/L may be tolerated by certain plant species, but only on soils with exceptional permeability and subsoil drainage. If you have any questions on the maximum TDS your plants can tolerate consult your plant distributor.

Simple water filters do not clean dissolved solids from the water. Such filters remove debris emulsified (suspended) in water. A reverse osmosis machine is needed for dissolved solids as it uses small polymer semi-permeable membranes that let pure water pass through and filters out dissolved solids from water. Reverse osmosis machines are the easiest most efficient means clean raw water.

 If you are looking for a commercial filtration system that is not on our website please contact us and we will see if we can help.

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