Enagic® Water for Your Garden

Plants have different preferences in pH

How Does Your Garden Grow?

In our previous blog, we discussed how to grow your plants and garden with Kangen Water® even in the cold of winter. There were some questions about which Enagic® Water is best for your garden, and we’ve done some research to answer your concerns.

It turns out, different plants have different preferences in pH for water and soil, and the water you use will have a big impact on your plant health and growth1. Also, the pH of your soil will affect which water you should use, as soil pH can range widely. Here is a general list of the plants that thrive in slightly alkaline, neutral, and slightly acidic water and soil:

Plants that Prefer Slightly Alkaline Kangen Water® (pH 8.5 – 9.5)
Asparagus, beets, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, carrots, mushrooms, parsley, geraniums, irises, hydrangeas (for pink blooms), and lilacs. Hydrangeas are a rare plant, as the pH of your water will change the color of the blooms.

Plants that Prefer Slightly Acidic Water (pH 4.0 – 6.0)
Rhododendrons, begonias, azaleas, heathers, hydrangeas (for blue blooms), peanuts, cucumbers, potatoes, chili peppers, eggplant, garlic, chives, artichoke, tomatoes, and most berries. Roses grow most vibrantly with pH 5.5 – 6.5, so you may want to experiment with Slightly Acidic Water 6.0 and Neutral Water to see which one yields the healthiest roses with your particular soil.

Plants that Prefer Neutral Water (pH 7.0)
Spinach, parsnips, dahlias, chrysanthemums, brussels sprouts, sweet peas, broccoli, asparagus, cantaloupe, kiwi, mint, lettuce, onions, bell peppers, and tulips.

No matter which Enagic® Water you choose for your garden, you can have peace of mind that your plants will be healthy with clean, high-quality water. And think of how delicious your fruits and vegetables will taste after they’ve been watered with your Enagic® water ionizing machine, instead of chlorinated tap water.

Sources:
1http://www.gardenguides.com/85878-effects-water-ph-plant-growth.html
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9 thoughts on “Enagic® Water for Your Garden

  1. Thank you for this. Do you know of a more comprehensive plant watering list? Looking forward to Kangen gardening for the first time this coming spring and would love to start of right. I live in North Dakota in the Red River Valley. Fabulous growing season but not usually a day over 12 weeks long. Thanks for your blog. I have subscribed to you RSS feed

  2. great info on the plants and results… we are brewing a horticulture project here …. SOON …
    and would like to collaborate with you on this as we get closer to launch. looking forward to any new data available . thank you for the good research work. Enrico

  3. I’ve been growing orchids for over 26 yrs. and I noticed some great changes since I started to use kangen water. Most orchids like between 5.5 and 6.5 I grow them potted and mounted on manzanita wood. The foliage and roots are very healthy. Kangen water has many benefits for the family, pets and your plants!

  4. Many many thanks for the blog. I have a garden also. And I use Kangen water. It has created a large positive effect on my garden. This informative article helps me to learn more..

  5. My wife and I gearing up for this season with Kangen Water. My SD501 makes a correct pH for every plant, most plants love the 5.5 pH acidic or beauty water.

  6. Kangen water is more vulnerable than to others. I love to plough with them. The pH level is also good in my garden now. The soil is becoming for suitable for plant.

  7. I have a beautiful garden. I use kangen water in my garden. I think it is suitable for soil. It make the soil fertile. This very important article. Thanks for the post.

  8. Is there a comprehensive Gardening/PH list that we can access somewhere? In the meantime, what ph is best for Evergreens, specifically “Tiny Towers” [Mini Italian Cypress bushes].
    Also is it true that 9.5 is good for cut flowers and 4.5 is good for succulents and for keeping bugs from eating plants? Thank you.

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