Advantages of watering your plants with filtered water

Advantages of watering your plants with filtered water

Although rainwater is best for plants, watering your plants with filtered water is a great alternative if you live in the city or in areas where it does not rain very often.

What are the advantages of watering your plants with filtered water?

  • Reduces chlorine:

In addition to eliminating harmful bacteria, chlorine eliminates soil microorganisms that are important for root growth.

Water filtered with EcoPro filters is free of chlorine and byproducts by 95% or more depending on the quality of the source water.

  • Reduces lime:

Excess lime can increase the pH of the soil. This can cause some plants to not feel comfortable in a substrate with an alkaline pH.

Water filtered with EcoPro filters is 80% or more lime-free depending on the quality of the source water.

How can you water your plants with filtered water?

  • In the most traditional way:
Fill a container with water and water them 1 or 2 times a week, depending on the water needs of each plant.
  • Use natural self-watering systems:
What are natural self-irrigation systems?

First, you insert a microporous terracotta pot into the substrate, then fill the pot with filtered water. Being microporous, the pot will provide your plants with the humidity they need.

With this methodology you save between 50% and 70% of water and you can forget about watering for between 7 and 10 days.

In conclusion, filtered water is not only good for you and the planet, it is also good for your plants. And, if you are also one of the people who spends a lot of time away from home or who simply tends to forget to water, natural self-watering systems can be your best ally when it comes to taking care of your plants effortlessly.
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