January 22, 2021 at 3:23 pm #730BartParticipant
I warmly welcome,
I have been planning to install Easy2Grow in the greenhouse since spring, therefore I have a few questions, I would be grateful for your answer.
1. Will Solid Water Tanks not get too hot in the greenhouse, which may have a negative effect on the temperature of the medium?
2. I will grow tomatoes, what size of pots will be optimal and what is the best substrate to use, possibly what layers?
3. Is it necessary to measure EC in this passive system? Since theoretically, the nutrient solution is supplied in batches from a tank in which the composition should be constant? PH will probably increase, but I’m going to keep an eye on it.
Thanks in advance for the hint !!! I admire the research and development of your company, keep it up. greetingsJanuary 22, 2021 at 3:27 pm #744JoshKeymaster
Large solid tanks in the greenhouse are fine as only the top of the water will gain the most heat, thousands of people place inside or outside, it really depends on space.
Please take a look at the brochure as pot size is really a matter of choice. If you visit AutoPot Watering Systems FB page you will see we ave been growing tomatoes in 8.5ltr pots for 12 months, we use either this size or 15ltr pots.
You simply set the Ec in the reservoir once and that is it, pH can also be set, remember there is no recirculation of fertiliser so levels do not alter once set.
Oh and thanks for the compliments.
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