Aeroponic Systems – The Growth Chamber:
What you need to know to choose the right Growth Chamber for your aeroponic system.
In a true high-pressure aeroponics system, plants are grown in a chamber. The plant roots are suspended/hanging in space inside the growth chamber where they receive their nutrients and water through a fine mist. This means that roots can get larger and more easily absorb nutrients and oxygen. There’s less chance of root zone disease because there’s no material for debris or pathogens to reside.
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Great info and video. Thank you for saving me the time.
Hey, long time watcher. What do you best recommend as a reservoir container? Keep up the amazing videos, also love the website!
What is the best position to put misting head in inside the ice chest for best root penetration
You mentioned all the flaws of many grow chambers, but you didn't point out who is actually making these chambers the best. Can you provide some recommendations? Have you looked into 3d printing a chamber? If 3d printing can't produce a container of a large enough volume for aeroponics how can you make one? modular parts? Otherwise what are your options for custom containers beyond injection moulding.
I love the way you explain everything. thanks for sharing your knowledge.
What are your views on bacterial and fungal innoculants in the root zone? Do you think they keep unhealthy microbes to a minimun? I've been using a spray bottle directly on the roots.
Rarely have I seen videos that are so clear, thankyou.
How you nice speaking diction
what kind of water is used in this system?
Is this system a closed system. I see on the diagram it says waste nutrients?