What is Aeroponics?

Aeroponics is technically a branch of conventional hydroponics, so named for its method of delivering nutrient-rich grow solution to suspended plant roots via fine mist nozzles. This delivery method allows for large volumes of crops to be cultivated with significantly fewer volumes of the nutrient solution compared to methods such as Deep Water Culture (DWC) beds. Additionally, increased exposure to ambient air has been shown to aid plant growth.

It should be noted that the sustainably sourced nutrients solutions produced by the INTAG patented biodigestion process can be utilized in a wide range of growing equipment, including conventional hydroponic methods such as Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) gutters, Deep Water Culture (DWC) beds, Media Beds, and Aeroponic Delivery Arrays.

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