What’s in the miracle juice of aeroponic solutions: Do i need to be a chemist?

What’s in the miracle juice of aeroponic solutions: Do i need to be a chemist? Can i get it if everything collapses around me?,Is it naturally found in the local environment?

Well I searched and searched aeroponics seems like the new wave in plant rearing  but it has features I don’t like for instance say the whole US system collapses like matson and safeway are gone and how are you going to get these miracle micro-nutrients in a bottle  not from ebay, not from USPS . No It doesn’t have that survival quality to it. if the system does a full scale retreat!

But i did find out what is in the spray although lighting and keeping roots warm and off on spray timers the plants grow optimum but naturally is a different story.

I do have a good mind to try to take my aquaponic water and use it as a solution to spray in an aeroponic environment don’t know it will work and have to filter the water very well for clogging spray holes.  just a thought. i never seen healthier plants than a aeroponic system of growing.

How to Make Hydroponic Solution

By Mary Smith, eHow Contributor

Hydroponics is a plant-growing system that does not utilize soil or soil-catering fertilizers. Instead, plants grow in water-based nutrient solutions, which may or may not be anchored in an “artificial medium” (sand, gravel, vermiculite, rockwool, perlite, peatmoss, coir or sawdust), according to Merle Jensen of the Department of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona. Hydroponics systems are complicated plant-support structures that require a lot of planning and horticultural knowledge. Hydroponics requires continual irrigation, so chemical composition of the water used for plant growth is extremely important. It can prove potentially toxic to certain plant types.

Things You’ll Need

Potassium nitrate (9oz/255g)

Calcium sulphate (7oz/198g)

Magnesium sulphate (6oz/170g) 




Choose a medium. Some types of hydroponic plants grow within soil-less foundations like rockwool and perlite which are made from different kinds of rock and allows the hydroponic solution to permeate the roots. The medium depends on the type and size of the plants you are growing.


Understand the needs of the plants you are growing. Hydroponics solutions can differ based on what type of plant they are used for. There are several basic categories of plants that can be grown hydroponically: vegetables like parsnips, celery, lettuces, peppers, tomatoes and cucumbers, and flowers like mums, roses, geraniums, orchids and tulips.


Combine potassium nitrate (9oz/255g), calcium sulphate (7oz/198g), magnesium sulphate (6oz/170g), monocalcium phosphate (4oz/113g), ammonium sulphate (1.5oz/43g), and iron sulphate (a pinch).

Use one teaspoon of this mixture per one gallon of water. It is very important not to have too high a concentration of solution.


An alternative hydroponic recipe includes sodium nitrate (12.5oz/355g), potassium sulphate (4oz/113g), super phosphate (5oz/100g), magnesium sulphate (3.5oz/100g), and iron sulphate (.07oz/2g). Stir all the ingredients and place in an air-tight container until needed.

Also use one teaspoon of this per one gallon of water.


WOW that’s it i’ll just go out and crush a few rocks today  …ah NOT!

Anyone make this stuff like mix a few Water chestnuts and a few moringa leaves press and squeeze?

it needs to be at that level!! for a survival of aeroponics in the event of a major system collapse.

I want to search aquaponic water used as aeroponic solution?!




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