Although dry conditions have taken a toll on farmer confidence in Australia, positive market prospects offer an optimistic outlook in the long term.
Farmers are increasingly interested in hydroponics, but they need water of the right quality. Hydrosmart makes the option viable even in high saline areas.
Facing climate change, grape growers need sustainable water solutions. Hydrosmart heads to a viticulture show in the US to showcase its technology.
A dry, hot October led many producers to offload their stock. Could water treatment give farmers other options?
Fertiliser bills can easily soar, especially if your plants aren’t able to absorb nutrients efficiently. Conditioning your water could reduce these expenses.
Micro-irrigation systems are especially useful for vineyards with limited water supplies. Water conditioning technology could be the key to keeping these solutions running like new.
Viticulture requires just the right conditions to produce fantastic wine. Water conditioning technology can help grapes to flourish.
Instead of creating scaling and obstructing growth, minerals in water should contribute to healthy crops and stock. The right water technology can help.
Sheep and cattle farmers rely on sufficient supplies of quality water to keep their stock healthy. When scaling interferes, Hydrosmart’s water conditioner can make a world of difference.
When you’re in a remote location, overcoming poor water quality takes on additional challenges. Hydrosmart’s water conditioner technology might be just the ticket.