Hydroponics is an alternative method of growing food using water instead of soil. The hydroponic nutrient sensor meter and nutrient meter track nutrient levels.
4 Features of Hydroponic Nutrient Sensor
- It measures nitrogen levels with an ISE nitrogen sensor. A nitrogen sensor measures the nitrogen level in its solution. You can use this data to determine whether you need to add more fertilizer or not.
- Monitors nitrate levels with a nitrate ISE sensor. A nitrate sensor monitors nitrate levels in its solution. This allows you to see how much nitrate is available in your solution.
- Detects ammonia levels with an ammonium ISE sensor. The ammonia sensor detects ammonium levels in water. It will let you know when the level is too high. You can adjust the pH of your solution to reduce ammonia levels.
- Check pH levels with an ISE pH sensor. A pH sensor is a small device that connects to the sample. It measures the pH of your water and checks data. This allows you to see how your plants are doing.
A pH sensor will alert you when the pH level drops below 5.5 or rises above 7.0. If you notice a sudden drop in pH levels, you should check your water quality immediately. You can also use an inline pH sensor to measure the pH of your water every day.
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