Benefits of hydroponic plant culture


Outdoor plants are subject to many variables, including temperature, precipitation and lighting. Hydroponics in a protected, greenhouse or indoor environment is a preferred culture method because it ensures a smooth, uniform and controlled environment. Ambient temperatures are ideal, which facilitates plant culture and makes them less susceptible to temperature fluctuations often encountered in outdoor culture environments.
Excessive or insufficient watering is a constant challenge for soils and plants. Too much or too little water can cause your crops to die. On the other hand, aquaponiques systems allow a constant supply of water and nutrients, thus eliminating the stress and uncertainties associated with cultivation in the soil. Not only will you avoid soil damage itself, but the aquaponics culture leads to a faster growth rate of 20% to 50%. It means more crops, all year round.
Pests like the ground. Infestations of gnats, flies and other insects can be a constant problem for those who grow their plants in the soil. As the aquaponics culture does not use soil, the pests become less important, no disease transmitted by the soil, no weeding, no insecticide spraying.
Research conducted at the University of Minnesota concluded that medicinal plants in aquaponics culture contained 20 to 40% more aromatic oils than plants grown in conventional fields. This ensures that your crops are of better quality and have a more pronounced flavor than the plants grown in the soil.


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