Bottom Fed Systems

In a gravity fed hydroponic system, the nutrient solution is stored in a reservoir located above the plants. The solution is then fed to the plants via gravity, using a series of tubes or channels that connect the reservoir to the plant containers. As the nutrient solution flows downward through the system, it provides the plants with the necessary nutrients and water for growth.

One of the main advantages of gravity fed hydroponic systems is that they are relatively low maintenance and easy to operate. Because they rely on gravity to deliver the nutrient solution, there are no pumps or other complex equipment needed. Additionally, because the nutrient solution is stored in a reservoir above the plants, there is no need for a separate watering system.


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