TREES NEED WATER TO GROW AND STRIVE.
Even when plants are extremely drought tolerant, they need water during the first months after having been transplanted to develop and spread their big and tiny roots. This will allow them to capture moisture through a process called capillarity.
For fruit production, studies show that trees that access an optimal quantity of water (that is specific to each variety, not to little, and not to much) produce more than those that rely on dew and rainfall alone.
The State of California is in a state of emergency:
Many trees die of lack of water. The Tree People (Los Angeles non profit) have mapped out existing trees, and have initiated tree saving water distribution .
Luckily a technology called Atmospheric Water Generation can help provide water as well.
WATER, EVEN WHERE THERE IS NONE
Carbon Trappers purchase AWG’s.
The smaller AWG’s can be powered by solar panels. These machines can provide water from air in regions like California where water is scarce.
These machines can be setup indefinitely, or transported on the back of a truck for temporary needs.