Quiz: Grow Systems

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1. It is a hydroponic method of plant production by means of suspending the plant roots in a solution of nutrient-rich, oxygenated, non-flowing water.
2. Your ______________ will stimulate the photosynthesis that will allow your plants to grow and thrive.
3. This hydroponic tool will deliver the nutrient solution to your plants at regular intervals.
4. __________ will regulate how often your plants are watered, usually by turning on and turning off power to the pump.
5. It is also known as the "anchor" where your plant's roots will rest.
6. This hydroponic tool will help you maintain a good pH balance in order for you to maintain a healthy hydroponic garden.
7. The ideal climate temperature range for hydroponics growing during lights-on cycle is __________.
8. The ideal climate temperature range for hydroponics growing during lights-off cycle is __________.
9. The ideal day cycle growing temperature without CO2 augmentation is ___________.
10. The ideal day cycle growing temperature with CO2 augmentation is ___________.
11. The ideal water or nutrient solution temperature is  ____________.
12. The ideal grow room humidity for hydroponics growing during vegetative phase is __________.
13. The ideal grow room humidity for hydroponics growing during flowering phase is __________.
14. The ideal pH of grow media and nutrients solution/water is between ____________.
15. The ideal pH of root zone media is ____________.
16. The __________ hydroponic system is known for its reliability of operation, versatility, and low initial investment cost.
17. ______________ is a hydroponic system that involves a very shallow stream of water containing all the dissolved nutrients required for plant growth continuously flowing past the bare roots of the plants in a water-tight channel, usually constructed of PVC pipes.
18. In hydroponics growing system, DWC stands for ___________.
19. In hydroponics growing system, NFT stands for ___________.
20. This system is very much like the Ebb & Flow system. The big difference is that the roots are completely suspended in the air. To keep them moist with solution, they are frequently sprayed with misters.

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