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  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    How hydroponic systems work may seem complicated at first, but once you understand them, you’ll see how they work is actually really quite simple. There are six types of hydroponic systems (Drip System, Ebb & Flow, N.F.T., Water Culture, Aeroponics, and Wick). The plants roots need 3 th...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    The wick system is the simplest of all six types of hydroponic systems. That’s because traditionally it doesn’t have any moving parts, thus it doesn’t use any pumps or electricity. However some people still like using an optional air pump in the reservoir. Because it doesn’...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    While the concept of the aeroponic system is quite simple, it’s actually the most technical of all 6 types of hydroponic systems. However it’s still fairly easy to build your own basic aeroponic system, and a lot of home growers like growing in them as well, and even get really good r...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    Water Culture systems are about the simplest of all six types of hydroponic systems. While technically simple, they are still very effective for growing plants hydroponiclly. Not only do a lot of home hydroponic growers really like using water culture systems, but many commercial growers use this...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    The N.F.T. system  (Nutrient Film Technique) is quite popular with home hydroponic growers as well. Mainly because of it’s fairly simple design. However N.F.T. systems are best suited for, and most commonly used for growing smaller quick growing plants like different types of lettuce. Along...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    Flood and Drain (Ebb and Flow) systems are very popular with home hydroponic growers for many reasons. Besides how easy they are for anyone to build, you can use almost any materials you have laying around to build them with, so you don’t need to spend much money to grow plants  hydroponica...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-08-2017

    Drip systems are one of the most widely used types of hydroponic systems around the world, both for home growers as well as commercial growers alike. That’s mainly because it’s an easy concept and needs few parts, but yet it’s a very versatile and effective type of hydroponic sy...Read more »

  • Post time: Mar-18-2017

    Your laminate flooring installation isn’t over once the new flooring is in place. Laminate, like hardwood flooring, must have room to expand and contract. Because of this, professional flooring installers leave a slight gap between the edge of the flooring and the wall. This gap is necessar...Read more »

  • Post time: Mar-18-2017

    Edging carpet along a wall is perhaps the most important part of carpet installation. A messy or lumpy carpet edge is easily noticeable, and may get worse with time. Fortunately, you can trim and edge carpet yourself in just a few minutes, using a few simple carpet installation tools. With the ri...Read more »

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