From what I can tell, your homeworld (top node of the right tree) is just fine. It doesn't need to import that water asteroid, though - and it could do with a level 2 resource or two.
Your Hydroconductor planet is more complicated, though. First, you're one food short of having enough food for level 3. (Unless you have a Megafarm.)
Furthermore, you need another level 1 resource. The Neutronium planet that acts as the Hydroconductor's level 2 resource is importing two level 1 resources - one of those should be exported to the Hydroconductor itself.
However, neither of those two level 1 resources are set up correctly. The Explosives planet has enough food to export its resource, but has two waters when it only needs one. The Plastics planet, on the other hand, doesn't have any food, so it's useless.
Recommendations: To make your Hydroconductors work, colonize two more food planets or build one Megafarm on the Hydroconductor planet, and one Megafarm on the Plastics planet. (Colonies are preferred, though a Cultivation card would be just as nice.) Then export the Plastics to the Hydroconductor planet.
To deal with the excess water, either abandon both of the water planets currently feeding your Explosives planet and route the water from your homeworld's water asteroid to the Explosives planet, or colonize two more foods (in addition to the ones I mentioned above) and two more level 1 resources, routing excess water from your homeworld and the Explosives planet.