Aeroponic

The basic principle of aeroponic growing is to allow plants to grow under pesticide-free and disease-free conditions, growing in a natural healthy manner where the aeroponic environment mimics the natural environmental. These conditions enhance plant development, growth, flowering and fruiting for any given plant species and cultivars. Plant nutrition is supplied into a closed circuit. Consumption is consequently limited to only the quantities absorbed by the plants, allowing for substantial water savings. Also providing better plant nutrition assimilation in a more balanced way, allowing for faster development for the cultivation of crops because the roots are exposed to more oxygen. Plant growth is sustained by the intermittent spray of a hydro-atomized nutrient solution as it remains suspended in air. As aeroponics is conducted in air combined with micro-droplets of water, almost any plant can grow to maturity in air with a plentiful supply of carbon dioxide, water and nutrients.