Agriculture in Wateradmin
Agriculture in water is a method of growing plants in a solution rich in nutrients in water. The plant does not use soil, but instead the root system meets nutrient needs from dissolved minerals mixed with water and water. In the aquatic farming system, plants can take the oxygen needed to grow from the water with their roots.
Agricultural Advantages in Water
The growth of plants grown by water in agriculture is greatly increased. With the right system setup, your plants will mature up to 25% faster and produce up to 30% more than the same plants grown in the soil. With aquatic agriculture, you don’t have to make a lot of effort to grow your plants because plants grow faster. Even a small root system will give the plant exactly what it needs, so the plant will focus more on growing upstairs rather than expanding the root system downstairs.
These growths are possible by careful control of pH levels. In the aquatic farming system, plants will use less water than plants grown in soil. This is because the system is turned off. Less evaporation occurs in a closed system. Agriculture in water is better for the environment because it reduces waste and pollution from soil flow. It also saves your time.
You can grow almost as many products as you want in the aquatic agriculture system. Please contact BHK Greenhouse Customer Services for the advantages of hydroponics, sample applications and service models.