Hydroponics Radongrow


Hydroponic Techniques


Plant nutrients used in hydroponics are dissolved in the water and are mostly in inorganic and ionic form.
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"Bubbleponics" is the art of delivering highly oxygenated nutrient solution direct to the root zone of plants.
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In continuous-flow solution culture, the nutrient solution constantly flows past the roots.
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Deep water culture (DWC)

The hydroponic method of plant production by means of suspending the plant roots in a solution of nutrient-rich, oxygenated water.
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Ebb and flow or Flood and drain

In its simplest form, there is a tray above a reservoir of nutrient solution. Either the tray is filled with growing medium (clay granules being the most common) and planted directly or pots of medium stand in the tray.
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Fogponics is an advanced form of aeroponics which uses water in a vaporised form to transfer nutrients and oxygen to enclosed suspended plant roots.
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Passive sub-irrigation

Passive sub-irrigation is a method wherein plants are grown in an inert porous medium that transports water and fertilizer to the roots by capillary action from a separate reservoir as necessary.
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Rotary hydroponic garden

A rotary hydroponic garden is a style of commercial hydroponics created within a circular frame which rotates continuously during the entire growth cycle of whatever plant is being grown.
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Run to waste

In a run to waste system, nutrient and water solution is periodically applied to the medium surface.
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Static solution culture

In static solution culture, plants are grown in containers of nutrient solution, such as glass Mason jars (typically, in-home applications), plastic buckets, tubs, or tanks.
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