Types of hydroponic systems

by Wilben, Last Updated: 2020-03-01

The main requirement for creating a hydroponic system is its simplicity. By and large, they all consist of a tank, a pump, a support system, supply and return hoses and a container for plants or seedlings.

A huge variety of designs and layouts of hydroponic systems forms their classes and subclasses, used for various purposes and with different performance. They are classified as systems with an air or water pump, with or without a substrate. We propose to consider all systems as they are created and developed. Some monotony and similarity inherent in the description of the technical details of various hydroponic systems is necessary and very informative. It is very important to have basic knowledge and understanding of the capabilities of the system being acquired and how it differs from other installations. With this knowledge, it is easy to determine the competence of the staff of an indoor plant store. Often, sellers do not have time or do not bother to delve into the details of equipment and inventory, which is offered to buyers.

These seemingly insignificant differences in design can be quite significant for ease of maintenance and to get the best results from using the system.

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