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Hydro Experts carries several hydroponic systems including DWC – Deep Water Culture, Ebb and Flow Hydroponics, Flood and Drain systems, Hydroponic Drip Systems, Aeroponics, Cloning Aeroponics System and much more. You can purchase everything you need to start growing hydroponically with our AutoPot starter kit or build up a customized system base on multiple types of hydroponic systems.



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Geopot is a breathable fabric plant container that air prunes your roots when they reach the edge of the container. This air root pruning process forces your roots to branch out with more fibrous feeder roots, which are more efficient in taking up water and nutrients. The porous fabric allows air into the root zone and provides great drainage, creating a healthy environment for the roots. ...


Author: Canna  

Now, let’s get down to it by understanding and accepting a couple of key points and rules of thumb. 1. Start To begin, herbaceous root systems require near 100% humidity , ideally, at all times, otherwise the root tips die back. The root tip is the very small end of the root that is divided into three zones. The length is variable and depends on many considerations such as plant variety, temperature, past water levels and mu ...


Antelco specialises in developing, manufacturing and marketing top quality, low-volume micro irrigation products for the world market. Antelco offers products that include some of the most innovative drippers, sprays, sprinklers and fittings in the irrigation industry. Antelco was established in 1985 in Murray Bridge South Australia. This was followed in 1989 by Antelco Corporation in Florida USA, to serve the North American market. More recently, Antelco UK Limited was established in Bedfordshire UK, to better meet the needs of the UK and European markets. ...


Author: Canna  

Hydroponic cultivation systems are tremendously popular, and are likely to become even more so. Hydroponic systems are suitable for both small and large-scale use. Direct control options mean higher yields where correct nutrients are used. With the current sophistication of measuring equipment and technological advancements in the industry as a whole, the future appears bright. Hydroponic systems have even been developed to provide astronauts with fresh food during expeditions to Mars. The word hydroponics comes from the Greek words hydro (water) and ponos (to work) and literally ...

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Whether you are looking to establish a new aquarium, or care for your fish, you will find a suitable ‘Aqua One’ product that can help! Aqua One are the leaders in aquarium products - catering from new and experienced fish keepers. Aqua One products are of the highest quality and demonstrate proven reliability through rigorous product testing. Incorporating the latest innovations in technology and stylish design, Aqua One provides the best possible environments for fish. The product range includes everything needed to set up and maintain goldfish, tropical or marine ...


Great White® is the most complete mycorrhizal product on the market. The cutting edge formula contains 16 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 14 different species of beneficial bacteria and 2 species of trichoderma all in one product. ...


Current Culture H2O is a California based hydroponic irrigation manufacturing company. They design, built and distribute systems for growers that are used all over the world. Their patented 'under-current' recirculating systems are the highest grade of medical-grade horticulture. ...


At FloraFlex™ we grow many varieties of plants. We know the joy of watching your plants blossom because you’ve figured out the perfect way to care for them, and we know the pain of watching them die or suffer because what you thought would work didn’t. Growing a plant can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. The FloraFlex™ community is here to help you. Why We want to inspire everyone everywhere to grow their own plants. There is nothing quite like planting your first plant and witnessing the results months later. Whether good, mediocre, or bad, we all ...


Author: Robin Horton  

There are 6 basic types of hydroponic systems; Wick, Water Culture, Ebb and Flow (Flood & Drain), Drip (recovery or non-recovery), N.F.T. (Nutrient Film Technique) and Aeroponic. There are hundreds of variations on these basic types of systems, but all hydroponic methods are a variation (or combination) of these six. Scroll down this page (or click on the system names) to see drawings and a description of each type of hydroponic system. ...

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Author: cch2o   Date Posted: 31 May 2017  

Our Under Current® RDWC systems are specifically designed to deliver high levels of aeration and circulation. These supercharged conditions allow your plants to uptake water and nutrients easier and more efficiently. With this increased efficiency it is very important to provide the correct amount of nutrients to your plants to ensure consistent growth rates and a successful grow cycle. High nutrient levels are one major factor that can slow down your plants growth rates and hurt your overall yields. ...


How It Works In water culture systems, the plant is suspended in pots, baskets, or cups above the reservoir filled with nutrient solution. The roots hang down and are constantly submerged into the nutrient solution. This system uses an air pump to ensure that the roots get the oxygen they need so they don’t suffocate. The best water culture sy ...


Date Posted: 31 May 2017  

Basic Wick Systems Introduction Pro & Con Here we're going to cover the basics of wick systems which are designed for simple hydroponic growing. As a passive method, they do not have moving parts, making it easier to understand and maintain than other active systems. Wick systems are the simplest method of g ...

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Drip System Drip systems are widely used by different growers because they are very effective for growing hydroponically, low maintenance and produce little waste. How It Works The drip system works by constantly dripping nutrient solution onto your growing medium. The ...

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While aeroponic systems are simple in concept, they are the most technical of the hydroponic systems. Even still, it is possible to build an aeroponic system in your home with relative ease. Aeroponic systems are unique because they do not usually need growing medium of any kind; the air acts the growing medium. The advantage to this type of system is that it provides roots with more oxygen than any oth ...


NFT System Today, we will go over the Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) system. The NFT is a popular hydroponics system for home growers and is usually used to grow small, fast-growing plants such as lettuce. Commercial growers also often use NFT systems to grow various kinds of herbs and baby greens. The advantage of an ...


Date Posted: 31 May 2017  

EBB & FLOW system The ebb and flow hydroponic system (also called flood and drain) is the classic hydroponic setup. It is easy to understand, build and maintain. It's versatile and can accommodate pots of any size, or even rockwool blocks. Individual potted plants are arranged on a drain table or "growing bed" which can hold a ...


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