Hydroponic gardeners are bound to experience disease outbreaks on their hydroponic farms. Pathogenic organisms such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, and nematodes are responsible for most of these diseases. Your hydroponic plants’ health is very important, and you should monitor them at all times.
Just about any fruit can be grown using hydroponics but some fruits perform better than some others in hydroponic conditions. Fruits that need very acidic soil conditions grow better in hydroponic systems since it is much easier to control the nutrient content and pH levels there. Also fruits that thrive well in wet conditions do very well in a hydroponic environment.
A grow tent is an enclosed environment used for growing hydroponics. It is transportable and can be easily reused over and over again. The interior of a grow tent has a reflective property that enables it to conserve light with a heavy-duty exterior that is waterproof. In this post I will explain grow tents in more detail.
There are 17 plant nutrients. Hydroponic nutrients, which consist of known plant nutrients, are divided into 9 Macronutrients and 8 Micronutrients. In this post, I go guide you through checking and adjusting these levels to suit your plants.