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Rock wool hydroponic Tomato Growing System

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5000 Square Meters >=5000 Square Meters CN¥17.53
Port: Qingdao
Supply Ability: No accurate information
Payments: Visa,On line bank payment,Pat later
Type: Multi-Span Agricultural Greenhouses
Dimension: Customized
Weight: Customized
Place of Origin: Shandong, China
Certification: SGS Certified
Applicable Industries: Fruit vegetables planting

Basic Info.

Agricultural rock wool is loose, breathable, and highly hydrophobic, making it an ideal substrate in hydroponic systems. It does not adsorb any chemical elements, it is easier to control the nutrient content and pH in the matrix, and it is a comfortable and stable home for tomatoes.

Rock wool hydroponic tomato growing system is an inorganic growing substrate, which is made of 60% basalt as the main raw material, heated to 1600°C to melt, sprayed into fibers with a diameter of 0.005 mm, and then added with adhesive to extrude various shapes. Permeable membrane, used for cultivation, is a new application of soilless cultivation technology in agriculture.

Rock wool hydroponic tomato growing system is an inorganic growing substrate, which is made of 60% basalt as the main raw material, heated to 1600°C to melt, sprayed into fibers with a diameter of 0.005 mm, and then added with adhesive to extrude various shapes. Permeable membrane, used for cultivation, is a new application of soilless cultivation technology in agriculture.

Advantages of rock wool hydroponic tomato growing system

1. Rock wool culture can solve the supply of water, nutrients, and oxygen. Hydroponic culture and NFT culture mainly rely on the configuration of the oxygen pumping device, water spray on the water surface, installation of the bubbler, nutrient solution circulation, thin intermittent liquid supply, and some roots are exposed to the air to provide oxygen to the roots. Rock wool culture uses the water retention and aeration characteristics of rock wool to coordinate the relationship between fertilizer, water, and gas, without the need to add other devices.

2. Rockwool culture has a variety of buffering effects. Using its functions of water absorption, water retention, fertilizer retention, aeration, and fixed root groups, it can create a stable growth environment for the root system of crops and is less affected by the outside world. At the same time, due to the uniform texture of rock wool, the supply of nutrient solution and oxygen in different positions in the cultivation bed are similar, which will not cause too much difference between the plants, which is conducive to a balanced yield increase.

3. The device of rock wool hydroponic tomato growing system is simple, easy to install and use, and is not restricted by ground level. The cultivation bed only needs rock wool felt, black plastic film, non-woven fabric, and is equipped with a drip irrigation device. If thin cotton felt is used as a cultivation bed, or rock wool squares are used instead of rock wool felt, the material can be saved. Because rock wool culture uses drip irrigation for liquid supply, the ground slope requirements are not as strict as NFT. The supply frequency of nutrient solution can be greatly reduced, not subject to power and water cuts, and can save water and electricity.

4. Rock wool itself does not spread diseases, insects, and grass diseases. In the process of cultivation and management, soil-borne diseases rarely occur. In the absence of serious diseases, rock wool can be used continuously for 1 to 2 years, or after disinfection Reuse.

5. Because the rock wool is light in texture and does not become soft after being immersed in water, it can be used for three-dimensional cultivation or balcony cultivation, and can also be used for raising seedlings, which is convenient for standardized cultivation.

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