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By April 22, 2019November 29th, 2020No Comments

The weather is starting to heat up across most of the US, which means we can start gardening soon! Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or are still on the search for your green thumb, here are a few things you may or may not know about watering your garden.

Believe it or not, the TYPE OF WATER you use to water your garden matters. When you water a plant, it absorbs the water through its roots and then into its vascular system. The water then moves its way to the stems, leaves, buds, and fruit.

If the water you are using to water your plants is contaminated, they will be dispersed throughout the entire plant. Meaning if you eat the fruits and veggies of your labor, you’re ingesting these contaminants and they could make you very sick.

Contaminated water can also cause plants to discolor, stunt their growth or even kill them! Yikes! Remember, the quality of the water you are using to water your garden is EXTREMELY important.

For most people, the easiest and quickest way to water your garden is through the water that is supplied to your home through the city also known as Municipal Water. This water is regularly tested and monitored. Curious to see how your water measures up? We found this informative website, check it out: (

However, if your water comes from a well, pond or rain barrel, it could be contaminated. Why? Fertilizer runoff can seep into wells and ponds. This runoff can contain high nitrogen levels and can cause your plants to discolor. Pathogens and microorganisms that cause E. Coli, Salmonella, Shigella, Giardia, Listeria and Hepatitis A can also make their way into wells, ponds, and even rainwater. It’s important to test your water at least once a year to ensure that it is safe to water your plants with. As far as rainwater in rain barrels go, even though it is earth-friendly, it can contain excrement from diseased birds and squirrels and heavy metals, like lead and zinc, if the water is being collected under your roof. Be careful if you choose to use a rain barrel. Testing the water and keeping your barrels clean is extremely important.

Has reviewing this information made you a little dizzy? Don’t worry! Here’s what you need to know: It matters what type of water you use, especially if you are eating what you grow.

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