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Hydroponics- features, advantages and disadvantages, harvesting and pest control

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Hydroponics- features, advantages and disadvantages, harvesting and pest control

Hydroponics systemsUsing hydroponics systems, mineral nutrients are dissolved in water and feed directly to a plant’s root system allowing the plants to focus their energy into growing mostly upward, promoting quicker growth, faster harvests and higher yields. Hydroponics systems are used year-round both indoors and outdoors for growing herbs, foliage and food items. Hydroponics setup do not use soil but instead, use an inert growing medium to anchor a plant’s roots.Hydroponic production features:- No soil is required.- Plants are irrigated automatically.- No water stress.- Plants are irrigated automatically.- No water stress.- Nutrients are available at all times- Only soluble fertilizers are used.-...

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The basics of gardening with hydroponic system - what you need to know

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The basics of gardening with hydroponic system - what you need to know

The meaning of hydroponicsHydroponics is a technology for growing plants in nutrient solutions (water containing fertilizers) with or without the use of an artificial medium (sand, gravel, vermiculite, rockwool, perlite, peatmoss. coir, or sawdust) to provide mechanical support. Liquid hydroponic systems have no other supporting medium for the plant roots: aggregate systems have a solid medium of support. Hydroponic systems are further categorized as open (i.e. once the nutrient solution is delivered to the plant roots, it is not reused) or closed (i.e. surplus solution is recovered, replenished, and recycled). Hydroponic growing (as opposed to soil growing) allows you to...

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