Soilless cultivation technology is a product of the rapid development of agricultural technology. It not only uses the latest scientific concepts, but also meets people's requirements for a quality of life, improves people's outlook on life, makes more and more people pay more attention to food quality, and strengthens their understanding of food safety. Soilless vegetables do not require the use of pesticides and growth hormones, so they are green and pollution-free, and contain relatively high levels of nutrients.
For example, we are all familiar with hydroponic planting, which is a typical soilless planting technique that promotes normal crop growth through the combination of water and nutrient solution.Hydroponic cultivation can be carried out in any suitable place, and urban residents can have beautiful and practical small vegetable gardens even without land.
So what aspects should we pay attention to when carrying out hydroponic cultivation of vegetables?
Choose high-quality seeds or seedlings
Even though it is difficult to suffer from pests and diseases in hydroponic cultivation, it is still recommended to choose excellent seeds or seedlings for planting in order to increase yield. This can fully utilize the high yield characteristics of soilless cultivation technology and increase the production per unit area.
Reasonable watering based on crop type and growth period
After planting and cultivation, timely watering should be carried out to accelerate the normal growth of vegetables during the seedling stage. In the middle and later stages of control, watering should be carried out according to the seedling condition and timely growth. After vegetables bloom and bear fruit, it happens to be the watering period, and special attention should be paid to watering. In addition, according to the different stages of vegetable growth and development, it is necessary to increase the amount of water.
What are the advantages of hydroponic systems for growing vegetables?
Reduce pollution of soil and water resources
The hydroponic planting technology uses water-soluble fertilizers to complete the planting method of supplying vegetable nutrients. This is different from the traditional soilless hydroponic method, which does not require soil to carry out the entire process of plant growth, and does not require pesticides for pest control to reduce soil and water pollution.
Increasing the planting efficiency of vegetables per unit area
Vertical planting systems such as hydroponic tower planting systems and zip systems can be extended in vertical space, providing an increase in the number of crops planted and higher yield per unit area.
The vegetables grown meet the pursuit of modern young people
Hydroponic cultivation of vegetables avoids reducing the impact of pests and diseases, greatly reduces the application of pesticides, and produces vegetables with zero pollution, no residue, safer, more reliable, and healthier consumption. The product level is high and the benefits are good.
The advantages of a hydroponic planting system are obvious, and choosing a hydroponic planting system for indoor planting cannot be more appropriate.