Water is a perennial concern and its scarcity has a huge impact on food production. The latest drought has exposed farming’s growing vulnerability to water shortages, particularly where groundwater reserves are inadequate and climate change is expected to make severe droughts more likely. Without water, farmers do not have a means of maintaining a prosperous production cycle and providing for the increasing demand. The trouble is that most farmers do not know how much water they have. Imagine if there was a product that painted a better picture of how much water was available to you...
Information leads to better planning and better decisions.
Eno Scientific's goal is to provide a simple method to obtaining vital water information that expands the areas of Agriculture to increase the amount of crops being produced. The Well Watch 670 water level indicators are simple to install and non contact so there is no risk to the well's quality and infrastructure. It is about turning well level measurements into useful data that can help farmers/growers respond to changing climates, markets and technological opportunities. You can use the data from smart water level meters to understand how much water you have available in order to increase the number, efficiency and quality of the crops grown.
Water Intelligence puts the power back in your hands.
- Understand water levels during peak usage, daily usage and seasonal changes.
- Make more informed decisions on how many acres to plant
- Plan for next growing season based upon historical water data
- Better water contingency planning
- Graph long term levels to understand the strength of your Aquifer
- Identify ahead of time if your wells need to be drilled deeper
- Share data with Water Professionals and Government agencies
- Use data to support unnecessary water restrictions
The value of ground water is increasing; Agricultural use is a necessity.
Especially in water-stressed areas, the primary strategy has been to impose watering restrictions and conservation measures. New groundwater legislation, local initiatives, and State mandates provide opportunities to strengthen resource management and develop equitable usage strategies. Groundwater level monitoring is key to providing accurate data to support appropriate agricultural water management motives. The goals are to supply water where it is needed most without endangering the lifeline of American farmers.