http://groweed.club Drip systems are one of the most widely used types of hydroponic systems around the world, both for home growers as well as commercial growers alike. That's mainly because it's an easy concept and needs few parts, but yet it's a very versatile and effective type of hydroponic system. Even though it's an easy concept, it won't limit your imagination when building your own systems. The way a drip system works is just like it sounds, you simply drip nutrient solution on the plants roots to keep them moist.
Hydroponic drip systems can easily be designed in many ways, as well as from small to large systems. But their especially useful for larger plants that take a lot of root space. That's because you don't need large volumes of water to flood the system, and the drip lines are easy to run over longer spaces. As well as when using a larger amount of growing media for larger plants, more growing media retains more moisture than smaller amounts, and that's particularly beneficial to large plants because it's more forgiving to the plants. Forgiving meaning that the plants aren't as sensitive to watering times, so they don't stress immediately if they don't get watered on time for one reason or another.