http://www.nutsystems.co.uk/amazon-hydroponics.html The Amazon is a constant feeding aeroponic system, plants are placed in mesh pots and suspended in a misting chamber. The roots are constantly misted with nutrient solution whilst being suspended in the air, so there’s always a perfect balance of nutrient solution and oxygen around the root zone. The Amazon aeroponic system maximises oxygen in the root zone resulting in the fastest growth and biggest yields. We produced 7 foot of growth in only 5 weeks! The Amazon is ideal for experienced growers, plants are suspended in the Amazon’s misting chamber without any growing media. The roots are sprayed constantly with a fine nutrient rich mist. No other method of growing offers roots so much access to oxygen. Aeroponics is the hydroponic theorists dream – soilless growing with massive aeration and phenomenal results. Strive to get it right in practice and nothing else compares! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics Europe: Nutriculture Amazon Aeroponic System AssemblyPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsIWS Flood and Drain – Hydroponic SystemHow to make a Top Drip Bucket Hydroponic SystemWilma Dripper – Hydroponic Systemamazing vegetable on hydroponic farming system 3
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