People who cultivate the land for food have to first undertake procedures to allow them to discover the trace elements in a water supply below their land. This can have an impact on the type and variety of food that the land can be used for.
In most cases, a sample of the water will be presented to a laboratory for analysis. The analysis will typically include a breakdown of all the trace elements in that particular sample. If you would like to discover which elements are not good for certain plants, read on.
Different irrigated water samples contain different trace elements, depending on your location. However, some of the most common elements found include:
People using the land to grow food for general consumption must satisfy certain rules, codes and requirements to ensure that they have tested the water underneath the land, and that it doesn't contain high concentrations of certain elements. Have companies like Agrifood Technology test your water to find out what contaminants are in your irrigation water so you can find a solution.Share
15 May 2015
Hi, my name is Jules, and I grew up hearing about the time my grandparents lost everything after a severe drought. Even as a child, I wished I could have gone back in time and helped them, but as that wasn't possible, I decided to study everything I could about agriculture and withstanding natural disasters ranging from droughts to floods. Now, many of my rural friends are in a similar position as my grandparents were years ago as their livelihoods are threatened by spreading forest fires, increased temperatures and even typhoons in certain areas. This blog explains how to resist those threats and what to do after becoming a victim. Welcome. Please explore this blog!