Ebb & Flow Garden System

The Ebb and Flow method feeds plants by flooding the plant site(s) with a nutrient rich solution and then allowing that solution to drain back into the reservoir. The Ebb and Flow garden, also known as...
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Drip Feed

Drip feed hydroponics is one of the most popular methods of fertigating plants because of overall reliability, high performance, and low cost. In this method, plants are fed via a pump, injection...


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Aeroponics

This method of growing plants suspends the plant roots in the air and fertigates the plants by misting the roots with a nutrient solution. The advantages of this system are that it is a highly oxygenated...


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Nutrient Film Technique (NFT)

In this method of hydroponics, a thin film of nutrient solution is constantly flowing across the plant roots in a tray or trough. Like aeroponics, this system utilizes very little to zero...


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Deep Water Culture (DWC)

Deep water culture (DWC) is the one of the oldest method of hydroponics to date. In this system, the plants roots are submerged in water that is aerated typically by using an air pump and air stone. The advantage...


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Wick System (Passive)

The simplest form of hydroponics is the wick system of fertigating your plants using completely passive methods. In this system, plants draw up the nutrient solution via a fibrous material...


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