What are Hydroponic systems?
Hydroponic systems are a method of growing plants without soil. Or more strictly with ‘working water’, but it mainly means any system which does not use soil.
There are several different hydroponic systems. These include deep water culture (DWC), nutrient film technique(NFT), aeroponics, flood and drain or ebb and flow, wick and the drip system.
All of these systems can be used indoors and outside. Although using some of these outside will entail covering the system to prevent dilution of the nutrient system. Continue reading Hydroponic Systems: What Types are there?
DWC For Tomatoes
Hi, are you interested in growing tomatoes? Getting year after year consistent results?
I am and I would like to share with you my method of DWC for tomatoes.
This system may not be the best but it does give repeatable and reliable results.
So – how do I do DWC for tomatoes?
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