principles, variations and stages of planting hydroponics
The principle of hodroponic agriculture is the cultivation of plants that no longer use land as a planting medium, but use water.
The water is mixed with nutrients that contain nutrients needed by plants, from which plants get food so they can grow well.
The stages of planting hydroponics are
- sowing seeds
seeds are sown using seeds whose level of reflection is above 80%. all good media generally use rockwool.
- preparation of planting media
planting media in the form of a mixture of roasted husks and gravel sand or a mixture of rockwool and gravel sand.
nutrition is given by manual watering in the morning and evening or using a wick or wick system.
the treatment is the same as conventional planting treatment such as pruning and cleaning weeds.
Thus a discussion of the principles, variations and stages of planting hydroponics, may be useful.