Now-a-days we can grow plants using healthy nourishment liquids and mixtures, devoid of the conventional clay and mud form. The forms had a varied grouping, for say, hydroponics, where we can cultivate flora with the help of chemical solutions in water and not in soil. In this process water will act as the germinating basis. At hand loads of procedures are present.
Among those techniques, the fascinating one is that which engages the flora as being swing above the ground level, almost in the mean air as well as its roots are being repeatedly sprayed. This process is also known as the aeroponics.
We all have a notion that the less economical or the less trouble-free techniques are less efficient, but the bubbler technique is one of the high ranked techniques. It is a very user-friendly process, in this we have to stuff the containers with desirable form and we have to keep the mixture well ventilated. There will be cracks off foams which will help the mixture to stay soggy or wet.
It will take 8 straightforward, trouble-free stages to accomplish our own hydroponic plant. The stages are as follow-
- On top of the urn cap, we have to position the jar in an upturned way. Then we have to mark the region of every jar with the help of a marker, so that no marks coincide with the other, we have to keep sufficient space between them.
- Then we have to measure the semi-diameter of the bottom of the jar and we have to mark the middle of the sphere and we have to draw one more sphere within the bigger sphere.
- Then we have to chop the inner sphere and slash at a right angle (vertically) in the direction of the bigger sphere. The whole concept behind this is that the jar will be hooked downward in the gap and the urn cap will grasp a tighter grip which will enhance the quality of the closing.
- This stage is called aeration, in which we have to make perforation on any side, the perforation is important not the place of perforation. Two things are very important- 1. Rainwater should not come in contact with this 2. it should be placed somewhere, where there is no sun rays coming in. We need to arrange “air stone”. One important suggestion is that use different “air stones” so that contamination can be shunned.
- This stage is called sterilization, in this we have to pour water to the level of the rim of the jar and add 1 tablespoon of CHLORINE BLEACH. This will give immunity to the outcome. After half an hour let go the water and let it be dried out fully so that it gets clear from the chlorine.
- Now we have to go along the instructions written on the supplement liquid container, for say, one teaspoon/gallon in the case of bag system. Let us assume that if the jar can take 20 gallons of water then we will add 20 spoons of supplement.
- Now we are left with setting up the flora in the growing jar and in the growing mixture of supplements.
- After each 7 days we have to change the supplement mixture or else the water will become contaminate, it will reduce its development and even it can become deadly to the plant life.