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There are six different types of hydroponic growing systems, they are: Aerponic, Drip, Ebb and Flow, N.F.T, Water Culture and Wick.
pH is very important in hydroponics, for a couple of reasons. If the pH of the water or solution is too high or low, it can prevent the plants from taking up certain nutrients and minerals. It is also important that the pH of the water be the right value before any nutrient is added – if the pH is too high or low, the liquid fertilizer added may precipitate right out.
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