Mist and Hydroponic Propagation
Propagation: Mist and Hydroponic Propagation
Mist Propagation can be used to raise plants from seeds or cuttings. Mist Propagation is best carried out in a greenhouse or polytunnel. The definition of Mist Propagation is 'the mechanical spraying of water to maintain a film of water on the leaves and stems of cuttings.'
Hydroponics is defined as 'the art of growing plants in a chemical solution without soil.' Hydroponic propagation is a method which has been favoured by Commercial Growers for many years - as there's no soil involved there can be no chance of soil-borne pests and diseases developing. Plants are supplied with exactly the right amount of nutrients and water they need to promote rapid growth and strong, healthy root growth.
- Fixed Temperature Propagators
- Variable Temperature Propagators
- Heating Cables, Blankets and Pads
- Heated Trays, Benches and Covers
- Growth Media
- Non-electric Propagators
- Mist and Hydroponic Propagation