Ebb & Flood EF 120

Marke: Nutriculture Ltd

Artikelnummer: 1001278

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Beim Ebbe Flut System werden die Pflanzen auf einem Tisch angeordnet, der sich über dem Tank mit der Nährstofflösung befindet.

Mit Hilfe einer Zeitschaltuhr werden die Zeitintervalle eingestellt, in denen die Nährlösung zum Fluten des Tisches aus dem Behälter gepumpt wird und dann Ablaufen kann.
Beim Fluten des Tisches nehmen Ihre Pflanzen genau die Menge an Wasser und Nährstoffen auf, die sie benötigen.
Mit dem Abfließen der Lösung wird die gesamte verbrauchte Luft aus dem Wurzelbereich abgezogen und frische Luft wieder direkt nach unten an die Wurzeln gezogen.

Die verbrauchte Menge an Nährstofflösung lässt sich leicht messen und ermöglicht es Ihnen so, Ihre Bewässerungsprogramm exakt auf die Bedürfnisse der Pflanzen zuzuschneiden, um optimale Erträge zu erzielen.
Masse. 100x100x25 cm (bxtxh)
Lieferumfang: Komplettes Set mit Tank, Tisch und Pumpe.

Aeroponics This is the most sophisticated and high-tech method, in which plants are suspended in special
trails. Nutrients are sprayed, every few minutes, directly to the roots, which provide a light layer
of nutrients. This system requires a regular monitorization of pumps to avoid any failure.
Deepwater culture
(DWC)
In a DWC system, a reservoir is used to hold the nutrient solution. The roots of plants are
suspended the nutrient solution in order to get a constant supply of water, oxygen, and nutrients.
In this system, an air pump is used to oxygenate the water, preventing the roots from drowning.
Drip system In this system, the nutrient solution is set apart in a reservoir, and the plants are grown separately
in a soilless medium. Drip systems dispense nutrients at a very slow rate, through nozzles, and
the extra solutions can be collected and recirculated, or even allowed to drain out. With this
system, it is possible to simultaneously grow several kinds of plants.
Ebb and flow Also known as “flood and drain,” is the less-commonly used system in hydroponics. This system
utilizes a grow tray and a reservoir that is filled with a nutrient solution. A pump periodically
floods the grow tray with nutrient solution, which then slowly drains away. In this system, plants
are normally grown in mediums like rockwool or gravel, but if they need a substantial amount of
moisture, this is substituted with vermiculite or coconut fiber due to their high capacity of excess
moisture retention between floodings.
Nutrient film
technique (NFT)
Similar to aeroponics, the nutrient film technique (NFT) is the most popular hydroponic system.
In this method, a nutrient solution is pumped constantly through channels in which plants
are placed. When the nutrient solutions reach the end of the channel, they are sent back to the
beginning of the system. This makes it a recirculating system, but unlike DWC, the plants roots
are not completely submerged, which is the main reason for naming this method NFT.
Wick system This is the easiest and simple method of hydroponics. It is a completely passive system, which
means that nutrients are stored in a reservoir and moved into the root system by capillary action.
With this system, we can find a diverse variety of growing medium such as perlite, vermiculite,
coconut fiber, and other formulations.
The wick system is easy and inexpensive to set-up and maintain. The biggest drawback of this
system resides in the poor oxygenation of plant roots and the large amount of nutrient solution
that is required to reach efficiently to the plant root system.