The starting point for a successful crop is a healthy root system. "Especially at the final stages, and even more when we are growing a long production cycle or when we are using the same substrate as the year before", the team with Hydroponic Systems says.
When crops reach its max production, plants develop a large root system occupying the entire substrate bag, especially the bottom of it. "Therefore, in this crop stage it is even more important to have a proper drainage because when drain water clogged we can have potential root health problems such as fungi infection, bacterial infection & lack of oxygen", they warn.
All of this can lead to less production and less quality of products which, in the end, entails less profitability.
To avoid this from happening, the substrate bag needs a support that allows a perfect drainage evacuation. "The Elevated Spacer by Hydroponic Systems is the perfect solution. It gives a perfect substrate support while permitting a drainage freefall for an optimum substrate hydration", they show.
More aeration and freefall drainages with Hydroponic Systems Elevated.
Elevated Spacer has been specially designed for this object. "It is a unique product in the market that allows perfect drainage from the beginning till the end of your crop", they show.
Healthy roots at the beginning till the end of your crop
An entire system for collecting drainages comes along with the Elevated Spacer, giving to crops the perfect support and optimum drainage collection so everything is under control.
"Important universities, research centers and big producers have been able to compare Hydroponic System with other types of elevated gutters and see all the benefits of using our elevated gutter with Elevated Spacer included", the team explains.
In the following video you can see how the drainages flow with the Elevated Systems.
This and the benefits of the other systems and their advantages will be shown at Greentech Exhibition in Amsterdam next 11-12-13 June, 2019. Hydroponic Systems will be in hall 12, in booth 120.
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