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Hydroponic trays are a kind of container made to hold plants in a hydroponic system. They are also known as flood tables, flood trays, and plant trays. Since hydroponic plants are grown indoors, the hydroponic trays play an important role in offering a growing platform for the plants. They are often designed to be well-aerated and stable so that they are conducive to offering better space for plants to grow and thrive. Most fodder trays provide leach valves in order to allow redundant water to drain out of the plant trays when necessary. It is also convenient to get a DIY flood table as long as there are enough materials.

Different hydroponic trays to choose from

According to different hydroponic systems, there are various hydroponic tables to choose from. When it comes to hydroponic tray shape, there are rectangular trays, long trays, and shallow trays. When it comes to hydroponic trays size, 4x4 flood trays, 4x8 grow trays, and 2x4 flood trays are in great demand. When it comes to materials, most hydroponic trays are made of durable plastics. The diagonal grid is designed to direct the water to the drainage area. Some hydroponic flood tables come with holes and some without, but it's easy to drill the required holes. It's important to have the right holes for better drainage systems.

The benefits of hydroponic trays

Hydroponic grow trays provide better support for plants. Since a hydroponic system doesn't have soil, it's important to have a medium to support the plants as they grow. That's where hydroponic trays come in. Meanwhile, hydroponic trays are versatile. Some small hydroponic trays, such as 2x4 flood trays, are the right choice to start plant seeding as well as grow small hydroponic plants like herbs. Larger hydroponic trays, such as 4x8 flood tables, allow a broader range of plants to grow. What's more, hydroponic trays offer a platform for plants to sit above the water source, and they help to control the water flow used in plants.