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How to put together a High-pressure Aeroponic System that doesn't clog in the West Australian Climate

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How to put together a High-pressure Aeroponic System that doesn't clog in the West Australian Climate

BoomTune

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After about a year of trial and error (And spending a small fortune), it looks like its finally going to work.
A High-pressure Areoponic system that won't clog in the Australian Outback climate. However, the Water pump and Solenoid valve still need their own sound-proof boxes. Something which hasn't been included in the guide yet. The Drums may also need Insulation blankets to keep them from heating up. While its not up and running yet, given the equipment, an Organic-based Reservoir for Aeroponics should be plausible, even in the West Australian (Semi-desert) climate. Please tell me your own experiences with building a High-pressure (5 - 6 bar) Aeroponics system. Has anyone else tried to grow Dwarf Trees in 200L Drums?

This guide doesn't account for lighting and Grow-tents. Perhaps you may like to include these things in your own version of the shopping list. The list can be downloaded or viewed on Google Drive. It has also been attached to this post as a .pdf
 

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BoomTune

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There's no reason why it shouldn't work. Especially when you see how other people manage with less and in hotter climates. Although, there seems to be a big difference between the usual 'Low-pressure' Aeroponics and the 'High-pressure' that I'm attempting.
 

BoomTune

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Quite the opposite. From what I've heard, Low-pressure is far less prone to clogging. I don't know the benefits to be honest. Unless there's someone who has tried both and compared the results, we won't know. Its been expensive enough to find parts for this system, let alone a low-pressure one. Although, someone living in the Texas climate told me they made a 6 by 5 hole tote for $100.
 
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