True high-pressure aeroponics fundamentals. The basics. In an aeroponic system the plant's root-zone is suspended into an environment where the roots protrude into an atomized nutrient solution; the leaves and crown, often called the "canopy", extending above. The roots of the plant are separated by the plant support structure. The lowest stem and root system are sprayed or misted for short durations with a hydro-atomized pure water/nutrient solution. Free Video Course - How to choose the pump for a high-pressure aeroponics system: 🤍aeroponicsdiy.com/free-aeroponics-video-course/
We built the Space Station high pressure aeroponic system and that's the readily available information. What nobody want's you to know is using that information works in space. The system we built for the earth as the variable is the information you need to build True HPA systems. You clearly explain the theory's behind the operation of a high pressure aeroponic system, yet those theory's come from information easily found on the internet. Why did you stop the video's?
The audio sounds really weird, it's loud and quiet in many parts. Perhaps use a new mic? idc
I'm confused about the no media rule. What's the best way to grow the seedling with the least amount of medium inhibiting the system? Any recommendations?
Technically, to not have a medium means no water, mist, or even air. Air is a medium. It would have to be in a vacuum. On some outer space shit, man I'll smoke some of that pass the dutchie!
Thanks for clarify what real Aeroponics is! There is so many misleading information out there!
Good day, after watching your video about Aeroponics, I really get a much clearer picture. The previous video that I watched talks about how expensive it can be doing Aeroponics.
Thank you so much.
I love these videos. Great effort and thanks for sharing all your knowledge.
can i like and dislike a video on youtube?
How many nozzles used in a single white tower in the background?
This dude gave Aeroponics a much needed articulation.
When is the high pressure system coming that you spoke of?!! Can you give us some information before I am forced to buy something expensive?
OK. Root chamber needs to be between 65 to 75. What about outside temperature? Is there a range it has to be. I would like to know what happens if outside temperature drops bellow 50 while the root chamber is maintained 70.
If you grew all lettuce what would be the cost/head of lettuce (assuming you spread capital costs over 5 years or so.)
Rule number one, there are no rules.
The rules are correct
I'm having difficulty with the waist part of the system and the replenishing of nutrients. Are the nutrients recirculated when they drop back into the bucket? How much and how often do we add? Also when designing a system, what is the optimum number and placement of nozzles inside the grow room? Should they be placed on all four sides and how do we know the timing of the mist? Thank You for a wonderful series.
Found a new use for old fuel injectors