- Introduction of Hydroponics Dutch Bucket
The Hydroponics Dutch Bucket is a kind of hydroponic bucket with automatic water changing system, which is widely applied in all kind of hydroponic planting all over the world. The Hydroponics Dutch Bucket is an efficient drip irrigation system, when the drip irrigation water or nutrient drops to the root of the plant, the original storage liquid in the lower layer of the plant will overflow firstly, The overflow outlet can be connected into a PVC drain pipe in the central. 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 stagnant water of the pooling. Through the flow of water or nutrients, water, nutrients and air can be brought to the root of the plant, and the plant can grow rapidly.
This Dutch Bucket made of food-grade polypropylene are extremely suitable for vine plants such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers (capsicum), melon, solanum, and even flowers. You can use any type of growing media, including expanded clay pellets, coconut coir, etc.
- The Features of the Hydroponics Dutch Buckets
The Hydroponics Dutch Buckets are designed to be fed by drip emitters and plumbed to drain using a common 1.5" PVC pipe, purchased locally.
·Siphon Elbows regulate safety reservoir of nutrient solution at bottom of bucket to 1" deep. This feature prevents growing medium from drying out and causing water stress between irrigation cycles. Siphon pipe also prevents over accumulation of nutrient solution. Two siphon elbows are recommended per each bucket.
·Each pot is irrigated individually, allowing you to serve each plant as it needs. You can move one of them any time, and rearrange your setting if required.
·Can do Aeroponics planting together with our Aeroponics Planting System.
·They can be expandable by more pots up to your needs.
·Any type of growing media can be used in this Dutch Bucket, including expanded clay pellets, perlite, and coconut coir.
·Planting for tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, etc.