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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. High and Low Nutrient Levels M ...


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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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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 systems provide many air bubbles that make direct contact with the roots. There are actually two different ways to ...


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 growing hydroponically, and are therefore, an excellent option for beginners. However, there are downsides to usi ...

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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 nutrient solution is pumped from the reservoir through tubing, which runs along the top of the growing medium, where the solut ...

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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 other hydroponics growing system. Additionally, aeroponic syste ...


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 few inches of water. Periodically, the nutrient solution is pumped in, flooding the holding bed. The plants are watered from the bottom through the drain holes in the pots. After a few minutes of soaking, the ...