Often those growing systems do
not even include a light or the necessary supplies. The hydroponics
system industry has long been dominated by overpriced, large bulky
systems that are difficult to use. EzHydroKit has revolutionized
the hydroponics system with our affordable, compact, and easy
to use systems and we will continue to bring you new innovations
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easy to grow all types of fruits, plants, vegetables, and herbs.
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to all our customers and potential customers. Our aim is to provide
a satisfying hydroponics experience to everyone.
A hydroponics system is an excellent and sustainable
way to grow plants. A hydroponics system recycles water which
is extremely important in today's world of limited resources.
Hydroponics also enables people in all types of living situations
to grow their own fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Even the smallest
apartment or room can easily hold one or more of our compact hydroponics
systems and produce lots of yield for the grower. See
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Hydroponics and its use dates back thousands
of years. Some believe the ancient city of Babylon and its famous
Hanging Gardens was the first use of a hydroponics system by man,
but hydroponics was probably used even before that throughout
the Earth's long history. The Aztecs of Central America developed
the famous Floating Gardens on Lake Tenochtitlan in Central America.
They used rafts of reeds as a basis for a floating hydroponics
system. The Egyptians also used a hydroponics system, and the
Chinese have used a similar system to hydroponics to grow rice
for thousands of years.
Although the idea and use of a hydroponics
system goes far back into human history, its modern forms and
usage date back just a few hundred years. Scientists have been
examining plants and studying their nutrient usage and requirements.
Through the last few hundred years they determined which nutrients
were essential for a plant's growth. The nutrients are divided
into two groups, macroelements and microelements. The macroelements
are required in large amounts and they are salts of: nitrogen
(N), phosphorus (P), sulfur (S), potassium (K), calcium (Ca),
and magnesium (Mg). The microelements, required in smaller amounts
are salts of: iron (Fe), chlorine (Cl), manganese (Mn), boron
(B), zinc (Zn), copper (Cu), and molybdenum (Mo).
Once these necessary nutrients were understood,
scientitsts combined this knowledge with their growing understanding
of how plants' roots take in the nutrients. It is not the soil
which helps a plant grow, but the nutrients in the soil. So, by
isolating these nutrients in their pure form, and combining it
with water, a nutrient solution can be formed which will grow
a plant just as well or better than soil. The only other thing
needed is a growing medium to retain the moisture and secure and
support the roots. In a hydroponics system, instead of soil, we
use rock wool, grow rocks, and other similar substances. They
offer a cleaner more sterile medium than soil. They also retain
Modern hydroponics is composed of several different
growing methods. A Drip hydroponics system is when a reservoir
of nutrient solution is pumped to grow containers through small
tubing and drips over the grow medium. This provides a small,
steady supply of nutrient solution to the plants. Aeroponics is
when the plants' roots are immersed in nutrient solution and air
is pumped through the water. Aeroponics can also use a fine mist
that contains both air and nutrient solution which is sprayed
directly on the roots. NFT or Nutrient Film Technique is perhaps
the oldest, simplest, and most effective hydroponics system. In
NFT systems, long rows of plant pots sit inside a tray or groove
that is at a small incline. The nutrient solution is pumped to
the top of the incline and uses gravity to run down the length
of the tray. The roots sit in the tray and soak up the solution
as it passes by. Then the solution returns to a reservoir where
it is then pumped back up into the system and it just recirculates
constantly. This method can be used for commercial growing with
very long rows of plants.
systems use the drip and NFT methods. Our new EzFlow system actually
combines both methods for a truly spectacular hydroponics system
that produces amazing growth rates. Show
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a hydroponics system? A hydroponics system offers
many advantages over conventional soil growing. By elimating soil,
you also elimate soil borne pests, insects, bacteria, and diseases
that can harm or kill your plants. You also eliminate competing
organisms such as weeds. The mediums used in a hydroponics system
such as rock wool offer superior aeration to soil. Air is actually
very important even for the roots of a plant. Rock wool also offers
superior moisture retention.
With a hydroponics system you will be able
to grow more plants in a smaller space because the nutrient feeding
system is far more efficient. Your plants will grow bigger, faster,
and produce more healthy and abundant yield!
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