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Conserving nutrients and resources with hydroponic foggers

Conserving nutrients and resources with hydroponic foggers
Aeroponic fogging also know as hydroponic foggers are used for numerous horticultural applications including root fogging, foliar feeding, growroom & greenhouse humidity generation. Ultrasonic foggers, also know as nebulizers are excellent aids to propagation and production as they can be used to create an excellent environment for all types of plants to grow.
An aeroponic fogger works by oscillating at a frequency of about 2 MHZ which is two millions vibrations per second. At this frequency, water is nebulized into a fog which can support the needs of plants using a low volume of water and nutrients.
There are different types of hydroponic foggers with the most common being the jet foggers, which are also called “atomizers”. Jet foggers are connected by tubing to a compressed air source that causes air or oxygen to blast at high velocity through a liquid to turn it into an aerosol, which can them be absorbed by the plants.
The hydroponic fogger can generates extremely small droplets that average only 2.5 microns, which is small enough to be absorbed by roots and leaves on contact, thereby being very effective using only an ultra low volume of liquid.

Aeroponic foggers also know as hydroponic foggers are used for numerous horticultural applications including root fogging, foliar feeding, growroom & grow box humidity generation. Ultrasonic foggers, also know as nebulizers are excellent aids to propagation and production as they can be used to create an excellent environment for all types of plants to grow.

An aeroponic fogger works by oscillating at a frequency of about 2 MHZ which is two millions vibrations per second. At this frequency, water is nebulized into a fog which can support the needs of plants using a low volume of water and hydroponic nutrients.

Another type of hydroponic fogger is a jet fogger, which is also called  an atomizer. Jet foggers are connected by tubing to a compressed air source that causes air or oxygen to blast at high velocity through a liquid to turn it into an aerosol, which can them be absorbed by the plants.

The hydroponic mister can generate extremely small droplets that average only 2.5 microns, which is small enough to be absorbed by roots and leaves on contact, thereby being very effective using only an ultra low volume of liquid.

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