Hydroponic Systems The beauty of the hydroponics growing method is that there are options. Some of the more popular ones would be the Deep-Water Culture, Ebb & Flow, Nutrient Film Technique. Choosing which system is dependent on how each works, what is needed, the planned number of plants, and others. From choosing one over the other to everything else required, you are not alone. In this section, you can learn from experienced cultivators around the country and veterans. Basic Hydroponics Growing marijuana hydroponically entails planning, deciding on which system, and all the other bells and whistles. Deciding to go soilless is a bold move - one that provides enormous benefits. By feeding nutrients directly, you are making sure those beautiful marijuana plants have all they need to give you all that you need. Getting started and everything else does not have to be a mystery, and the answers are here. Roots & Environment How do your marijuana plants grow in a hydroponics system? Easy. You put each plant in a pot with soilless medium and submerge its roots in a nutrient-rich solution. But there’s more. You would also need to make sure that each plant develops a healthy, extensive root system. You would also need to take care of the pH level, ensuring optimal absorption. Anything you need to know, all you have to do is to fire up the questions. Nutrients & Mediums In a correctly set up hydroponics system, two components are mainly responsible for explosive growth. Powerful HPS lamps to fuel the manufacturing process. But even if you could give the plants all the lights and energy in the world, they would still need to grow mass, buds, and trichomes. That is why you provide them with adequate nutrients in the correct N-P-K ratio. From the vegetative to the flowering stages, any questions you might have, you’ve come to the right place.