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- Le biofiltre constitue le réservoir d'eau, auquel on ajoute environ un quart du volume en billes d'argiles. Celles-ci servent de milieu de culture aux bactéries qui vont permettre la transformation des intrants naturels (urine, jus de compost..) en nutriments assimilables par les plantes. En particulier, la transformation de l'ammoniac en nitrite puis en nitrate, essentiel pour le développement foliaire (développement des feuilles). Les bactéries se développent naturellement au bout de 6 semaines ou peuvent être achetées en culture sur des sites spécialisés en hydroponie.
Translation- The biofilter constitutes the water reservoir, to which is added about a quarter of the volume in clay beads. These serve as a culture medium for bacteria that will allow the transformation of natural inputs (urine, compost juice, etc.) into nutrients that can be assimilated by plants. In particular, the transformation of ammonia into nitrite and then nitrate, essential for foliar development (leaf development). Bacteria develop naturally after 6 weeks or can be purchased in culture at hydroponics sites.

- The biofilter constitutes the water reservoir, to which is added about a quarter of the volume in clay beads. These serve as a culture medium for bacteria that will allow the transformation of natural inputs (urine, compost juice, etc.) into nutrients that can be assimilated by plants. In particular, the transformation of ammonia into nitrite and then nitrate, essential for foliar development (leaf development). Bacteria develop naturally after 6 weeks or can be purchased in culture at hydroponics sites.