As a grower, you have to find the Goldilocks zone of nutrient strength to help your plants grow properly. You'll get to know that growers use TDS, EC, and PPM to measure this. Let's explain what they are, and how they affect your nutrient quality.
When doing hydroponics or gardening in general, you have to think about all the different inputs that your plants need to thrive. Of these, water might seem like the simplest to secure, since it is available right in our homes.
If you want to boost the productivity of your crops, chemistry is your best friend. And one common household chemical that can make a world of difference in your hydroponic system is hydrogen peroxide.
Even tap water that is recognized as safe for drinking contains varying levels of chemicals and dissolved minerals. Is it safe to use this water in hydroponics? Let's answer that question in some detail.