They can be placed anywhere in the room, in the office, gallery or greenhouse
Technically similar to AquaFarm, the WaterFarm differs only in size and price. The plants are placed in a pot filled with expanded clay (Hydroton). This pot cultivation is suspended above a reservoir filled with nutrient solution. An air pump sends the solution to the pumping column and then divided by the distribution ring. The solution flows between the balls of clay, and returned to the tank, soaking up oxygen and constantly bathes the healthy roots that take advantage of the food more effectively.
Often imitated but never equaled, these systems ensure the best performance being reliable, easy to use and inexpensive.
For 1-6 plants per pot, depending on the size of crop plants.