Organic Gardeners and Professional Landscapers prefer the ecoGeeks Hose Filter because it removes potentially dangerous contaminants that can affect soil quality, kill beneficial bacteria, damage root systems and cause yellowing in plants, flowers and vegetables. Gardeners, particularly organic and hydroponic gardeners, benefit from the thousands of gallons of bottle-quality water provided by the ecoGeeks Hose Filter.

Organic Gardening:
Organic gardening starts with the water you put in your soil. Do you know what sorts of chemicals are you are pouring on your meticulously maintained plants, flowers and vegetables? The ecoGeeks Hose Filter eliminates dangerous water born chemicals before they destroy your soil and plants.

Gardens benefit from the ecoOne hose filter

Gardens benefit from the ecoOne hose filter

Chlorine in City Water Can Cause Soil, Foliage and Root Damage:

Chlorine is a powerful biocide (meaning it kills ALL living things in sufficient doses). Municipal water supplies can contain as much as 4 parts per million chlorine. One potentially serious side effect of watering gardens, lawns and plants with municipal water containing chlorine it that it can kill the natural, beneficial bacteria in soil. Killing the beneficial bacteria leads to an increased need for fertilizers, soil hardening and unhealthy plants.  When you use the ecoOne hose filter instead of unfiltered water, you’ll see your plants respond immediately with increased growth!

Water-borne contaminants come from many sources including runoff from farm fields and city streets. Buildup of Lead, Mercury, Arsenic, Pesticides and Other Contaminants.
Even the best municipal or well water contains trace amounts of certain heavy metals, pesticides and other contaminants. Repeated watering of lawns and gardens creates the opportunity for these contaminants to build up in soil. The water eventually evaporates or soaks in, but the heavy metals and pesticides remain. The ecoGeeks Hose Filter  reduces or eliminates most of these contaminants before they reach your soil or plants.


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