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Deep Water Culture Hydroponic System




In a deep water culture system (often abbreviated DWC), plants’ roots are suspended directly into the water reservoir filled with nutrients. The nutrient solution is constantly aerated with the use of a commercial air pump with an airstone or air diffuser. Usually, the plants are germinated or cloned into a grow medium like rockwool or expanded clay pellets and are placed into net pots. Deep water culture hydroponic systems are one of the easiest to make at home. All they require are a big enough reservoir, an air pump with an airstone, some net pots, and a little bit of love.


Pros:


  • Simple to use

  • Cheap and easy to build at home

  • Little maintenance required, all you need to do is check and refill the nutrient solution

  • Very fast growth


Cons:


  • Air pumps can be noisy

  • Reservoir needs to be drained periodically

  • Requires precise measurements to work well



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