Recent Posts by Judith

 
Judith is a copywriter and holds a JD from Vermont Law School.

Water Quality 101: What Is pH in Water Testing?

One of the most important indicators for water quality is its pH level. The pH scale runs from 0 to 14 and measures the acid or base quality of water. A pH of 7 is neutral, while a reading below 7 is acidic, and one above 7 is alkaline or basic.

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ORP's Role in Water Contamination

Water contamination affects all life forms and is a critical concern today. Pollutants from human-induced as well as natural sources flow through groundwater and into drinking water.

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pH in Hydroponics: How to Maintain the pH Levels of Hydroponic Systems

You can hardly wait to get started with your hydroponic system. You’ve researched light, spacing, and nutrient requirements for your plants. Don’t forget one of the most important factors in hydroponics: pH levels. If the pH level is too high or too low, plants cannot absorb nutrients and will not thrive in otherwise ideal conditions.  Read on to learn the role of pH in hydroponic systems and how to properly monitor and maintain its levels.

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