After my reading and experiments in hydro, Im convinced less is more as far as the water to air ratio in hydro. That means systems like the Membrane meniscus technique, or HP aero or maybe true NFT, with a very thin layer of water rather than a flood of water, would all be "better" for the roots than things like DWC or E/F, etc, where the roots, or a major part of them, spend a significant time submerged. However, I dont want the hassles or $$ of HP aero and Im not happy with my first experiments in LP aero. Im also not interested in FOG-ponics for the same reasons. So, I had a wild idea - how about using hi-pressure air to atomize the nutes - as in an air brush for example. I know air brushes can create droplet sizes under 100 microns with the right setup. Has anyone tried that or have any thoughts?