Learn about greenhouses, ponds, farming, agriculture, & more.
The term NSF-61 is often tossed around in conversations with little clarification of its actual meaning or significance
The term wastewater can refer to several forms of contaminated water resulting from use in industrial, farm, and household activities
Most ponds and water features built for animals to drink from aren’t required to offer potable water
When making a home for fish that you want to keep around a while, providing a safe environment should be your primary concern.
Fish grown to be consumed by humans need to live in safe, potable water.
In its most basic form, hydroponics is the practice of growing plants without soil.
First, let’s clarify one point. There is no such thing as organic water.
Farmers in some regions depend entirely on rainfall to provide water for growing crops
Specifically, potable water is free from harmful bacteria, germs, suspended impurities and salts.