Now, have in mind that there’s no such thing as the best hydroponic system for cannabis because the best one for you will depend on what suits you better and what you can afford.
As we know, oxygen is essential for plants, so you need to use an air pump (aka air stone) in this setup to keep the solution oxygenated.
Hydro Setups: Deep water culture (DWC)
The reservoir has to have a lid so your solution doesn’t evaporate. You’ll need another reservoir to hold water where you can test and adjust pH. We recommend having a third one in case one of the other two breaks. The reservoir containing the nutrient solution should be insulated so you can control the temperature.
Aeroponics is a technique very similar to the DWC technique mentioned previously. The setup is the same, a reservoir filled with a solution of water and nutrients. The difference is, instead of submerging the roots, we leave them hanging in midair, using a sprinkler to mist water directly on the roots every 3-5 min.
Ebb and flow works by placing our reservoir under the growing bed. The water pump turns on to fill the growing bed (where the plants are) every 15 min with our solution. When it reaches its higher level, the pump turns off and the solution is then drained through a pipe.
Examine your water method out. Take notice of the following: pump capability, holes, water flow, and other determinants that can harm your operation.
Lava rocks – Means that have been used in any form should have refrained when producing cannabis – they can drive off the precise stability of minerals.
There are different systems, and each system gives essential minerals to the plant through liquid merely. They all alter somewhat in the material, set-up, and process of distributing the water.
Introduction to Hydroponics
Most utmost nutrient additions are weakened in liquid and then supplied to plants. Except for a hydroponic environment, apply especially-made minerals. There are three central nutrients wanted as manure for developing plants: potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorous.
It would need approximately 5 days for seeds to germinate and once these have sprouted wait for these to develop firmer roots and more extra leaves.
There are plenty of means accessible to hydroponic growers: