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Features of soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation

Soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation is an efficient drip irrigation system and is extremely suitable for larger, long-term crops such as vine tomatoes, peppers (capsicum), cucumbers, and even roses. You can use just about any type of growing media, including expanded clay pellets, perlite, and coconut coir

Soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation is suitable for drip irrigation systems. The overflow outlet can be connected to a central 1-1/2-in PVC drainpipe. The bucket has a highly effective internal discharge system. By installing the two elbows, the overflow water is suctioned from the lowest level of the bucket and discharged into the central drainpipe. This will eliminate the pooling of stagnant water. The Dutch Bucket measures 12-in x 10-in x 9-in (LxWxH). Dutch Buckets are made from food-grade polypropylene.

Soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation applies the hydroponics, which refers to the means of cultivation that is equipped with the base materials, not natural soil when plants are in seed-breeding period and that is fixed with nutrient solutions for irrigation after they are settled, meeting the needs of plants with minerals, water, air, and other conditions.

Features of soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation
1. The system produces high quality and high yields vegetables, melons or berries, etc.
2. Soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation adopts soilless cultivation, which is clean and sanitary meanwhile can save space.
3. Can be widely used in greenhouse cultivation, vegetable planting base.
4. Designed for fast, maximum-convenience vegetable gardening.
5. Materials reach food hygiene level.

Inside ventilation of soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation
Soilless cultivation cocopeat coir cultivation cooling pads are usually installed at the northern and fans at the southern of the greenhouse. When cooling is needed, start the fan and force the air out of the greenhouse to create negative pressure; at the same time, the pump makes water on the opposite wall of the cooling pad. When the outer air is sucked by negative pressure, it passes through the gap of the wet curtain at a certain speed, resulting in water evaporation, cooling, cold air flowing through the greenhouse, absorbing the inner heat, and discharging through the fan, thus achieving the goal of cooling down.

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