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It is surprising what the effect of root temperature on nutrient absorption and growth can have. But be warned, diseases also prefer higher temperatures, especially pythium and phytophthora. As soon as temperatures rise above 22°C these diseases tend to spread tenfold more quickly than with lower temperatures.
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Positioning of the pump in relation to the tank is extremely important. If you are not sure how get a pump specialist to help you design and configure the system. Wrong installations reduce pump effectiveness and can cause cavitation which can damage the impellers.
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Inline strainers are indispensable for keeping pipes clean from grit and prolonging the life of pumps, valves and mxers.
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Installing nutrient tanks has a significant effect on the production system and on how the tanks are fed through pumps.
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Dripper lines on a slope can be tricky if they are not pressure compensated but free flow.
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There are good and bad plastic gullies. Its not only how u install them, but material plays a significant role in low maintenance.
Plastic gullies - Commercial Hydroponic Farming
Plastic gullies - Commercial Hydroponic Farming
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The average nitrogen absorption rate by cucumbers is ±196 mg plant–1 per day after first fruit harvest
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