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http://www.nutsystems.co.uk/iws-flood-and-drain-hydroponics.html The IWS flood and drain system is the most popular of the IWS hydroponic systems and it delivers exceptional yields. It has 28 feed duration options, outstanding drainage, and maximum flexibility and scalability.Suitable for up to 80 pots. As the water is forced through the growing medium, it expels all the stale air in the medium surrounding the roots and replaces it with fresh oxygen as it drains away. At the set times nutrient solution rises into the root zone pushing out stale air and giving the roots access to the nutrient solution. The floats in the brain unit ensure that the same level of solution rise into every single pot. At the end of the set flood duration whatever the roots haven’t taken up drains from the pots and fresh air is pulled down into the root zone of each plant. The solution is pumped from the pots to the water butt where it mixes with the fresh solution rebalancing the pH and EC. The IWS range can manage up to 80 plants in individual pots from one nutrient solution supply. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics How To: How to Build a Flood and Drain Hydroponic SystemHydroponics DIY: Build A Flood And Drain / Ebb and Flow Hydroponic SystemFlo n Gro Flood and Drain System explained – Grow Show Hydroponic SuppliesHow to set up an Ebb and Flow / Flood and Drain Hydroponics Growing System – PART 1 of 6Hydroponic Flood and Drain / Ebb And Flow growHome Made Ebb and Flow or Flood and Drain system. DIY Hydroponics

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  • Nutriculture Grow Systems 10 months ago

    The IWS flood and drain system is the most popular of the IWS hydroponic systems and it delivers exceptional yields. 

    As the water is forced through the growing medium, it expels all the stale air in the medium surrounding the roots and replaces it with fresh oxygen as it drains away.

    At the set times nutrient solution rises into the root zone pushing out stale air and giving the roots access to the nutrient solution. The floats in the brain unit ensure that the same level of solution rise into every single pot.

    At the end of the set flood duration whatever the roots haven’t taken up drains from the pots and fresh air is pulled down into the root zone of each plant. The solution is pumped from the pots to the water butt where it mixes with the fresh solution rebalancing the pH and EC.

    The IWS range can manage up to 80 plants in individual pots from one nutrient solution supply.