Dutch bucket for Cucumber
How to work ?
Drip irrigation systems place plants in various non soil mediums such as cocopeat, rockwool, rocks, sand, gravel to name a few. These mediums hold the roots and offer a more sanitary environment, better water retention, and total control over everything the plants recieve. Nutrient infused water will then be dripped directly into the root zone through a network of valves, pipes, and tubes which gets systematically controlled by timers or climate control systems. Drip systems are most commonly used for flowers, fruits and or whole vegetables such as tomatoes, melons, peppers, cucumbers, strawberries, orchids, etc.