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Richard Restuccia

Moving The Farm to The City

Gotham Greens just raised $310 million to expand greenhouses that grow food closer to several major cities. The new sites will be located outside of

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Richard Restuccia

Nanobubble Technology Improves Irrigation Efficiency

Over 70% or 2 quadrillion gallons of the world’s fresh water is used for agricultural purposes annually. Imagine covering the United States with two feet of water; that’s how much water is used annually by agriculture. Amid water scarcity and climate change, the need to use water more efficiently and conserve where we can is even more important to our future.

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Richard Restuccia

“Day Of Reckoning” Coming For Colorado River Water Supply

Last week during a two-hour Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing, members heard this from John Entsminger, general manager of the Southern Nevada Water Authority, “What has been a slow-motion train wreck for 20 years is accelerating, and the moment of reckoning is near.” You can watch the entire committee hearing here.

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Richard Restuccia

3 Reasons To Be Optimistic This Earth Day

Motivating people to invest in the planet is a hard job. Getting people to pay money to solve problems years in the future is challenging. For most people paying hurts, it means going without something today, and the benefit is for someone else in the future.

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Richard Restuccia

How Nanobubbles Enhance Irrigation Water in Soils

Plants thrive in soils with good structure, great microbial activity, and available nutrients to develop healthy, fibrous root systems and produce quality crops. However, poor soil conditions from over-farming, cyclical drought, and poor water quality have led to soils with low nutritional content and have increased challenges with soil & crop management.

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Richard Restuccia

Using Water Reports To Save Water

“If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.”                        – Peter Drucker We all know this term and understand the meaning, yet often, collecting

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Richard Restuccia

8 Water Stocks To Follow In 2022

This is an ongoing series of Water Stocks that is published yearly during the month of December. The year 2021 will be remembered for many significant events

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Richard Restuccia

4 Benefits Of Mobile Drip Irrigation

Mobile drip irrigation combines center pivot irrigation and drip irrigation technology for agricultural irrigation and the benefits are literally saving farms. As the water crisis

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Richard Restuccia

How To Care For Plants During A Heat Wave

Heatwaves are occurring more frequently than they use to, and higher temperatures mean your plants need more water. With such unusually high heat, we need to take a few extra steps to keep our landscapes healthy.

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Michael Derewenko

Water Demands for Cannabis

Recently doing some legwork on a design request I found myself making incorrect assumptions about the water demands of Cannabis. The overall demand of the

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Richard Restuccia

My 7 Favorite Quotes About Water

We all need water to survive. It is essential to every plant and animal on this earth.
We thought we should share a few quotes to remind ourselves just how lucky we are to have H2O.

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Richard Restuccia

Thankfully Earth Day Is Earth Days This Year

This week marks the 51st year of Earth Day Celebrations, and considering according to Science Direct, the United States is losing soil ten times faster than it’s replenished. We need to pay more attention to what is happening with our farmland.

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Richard Restuccia

Quick Guide: Soil Moisture Sensors

Precision irrigation improves yields, reduces labor, and conserves water. Using soil moisture sensors for irrigation scheduling, especially for agriculture, is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to save water and reduce costs.

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Richard Restuccia

5 Benefits Of Drip Irrigation

If you are interested in reducing water use while increasing yields or improving the look of your landscape, drip irrigation is the best choice for you and you should look into the benefits of drip irrigation

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Richard Restuccia

3 Truths For Water Management Success

Plant scientists teach us to balance the amount of water depleting from the landscape due to weather, the amount of water applied via irrigation, and free water from the heavens.

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Richard Restuccia

8 Water Stocks To Follow In 2021

This is an ongoing series of Water Stocks that is published yearly during the month of December. 2020 will be remembered for many significant events and the

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Richard Restuccia

Beginners Guide: Victory Gardens

During World War 2, Americans were asked to plant victory gardens in every available patch of soil.  This resulted in 20 million victory gardens producing 40% of

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Richard Restuccia

Your Customers Demand Sustainability

Today’s customers want services that reflect their values. Customers vote with their dollars, and they are spending more on sustainable goods and services from sustainability-marketed products.

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Richard Restuccia

10 Fun Facts About Plants

Below are 10 fun facts about plants that help me realize plants are fascinating: The first known greenhouses in history were built in Rome in

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