All of life is water-based.
That pretty much covers it for me.
And why do we care about water quality? Many reasons, but one stands out:
It’s the law.
- The hydrologic cycle occurs in four stages:
- In short, what goes around comes around. Treat that water nicely because you’re going to drink it one day, and so are your plants, etc.
- There is way more to water quality than that, but if you need more, I have the name of a guy who knows a guy and for the right sum of money, he can explain EVERYTHING. The point is, I don’t need to know everything; I just need to know the guy.
Master gardeners are the most popular people at the party. Even more so than obstetricians.
Why would the obstetrician be popular?
- Evapotranspiration – Loss of water from plant tissues in the form of water vapor, usually through leaves and stems. Think plant sweat.
A collection of flowers along the parking lot at Green Spring Gardens, none of which I can identify.
Read chapter on Plant Pathology. (Ugh, more d*mned science.)
Do open-book, open-friend mid-term test, due Oct. 13.