Methods To Start A Hydroponics Garden  

         Hydroponics is the art of growing plants without soil. Hydroponics uses nutrient enriched solution to give the plants whatever they need without having to use soil. Many gardeners prefer this method of growing plants as they can control the nutrients and oxygen that the plants receive, and thereby hastening the growth.More...


Homemade Nutrient Solutions In Hydroponics

Homemade Nutrient Solutions In Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a system of growing plants without using soil. In a hydroponics system a nutrient rich solution is used to feed the plants with everything it needs. The hydroponics uses a separate container to achieve the results. Gravel is used to sustain the mineral solution and sometimes pea gravel is used for hydroponics.More...

 

How To Aquaponics ?

How To Aquaponics

Aquaponics originated as a combination of fish farming and hydroponics. The waste generated by fish was used to provide the plants with the nutrients, while the plants, in turn, end up purifying the water for the fish to live. However, modern aquaponics grows plants using a suspended system where plants are suspended in the air and nutrients are directly sprayed on to the roots.More...

 

Aeroponics Vs Hydroponics

Aeroponics Vs Hydroponics

Hydroponics and aeroponics are extremely popular methodologies which involve growing the plants without making use of soil. It may seem impossible when you hear about it for the first time, but there is a way to do it. However, there are some major differences between these two methods.More...

 

Homemade Mini Grow Box

Homemade Mini Grow Box

There are several advantages of the grow boxes for a home gardener. One is it does not require too much space, the maintenance is very easy and it does not need too much water for its maintenance. Even if land is not available, grow boxes can grow plants. It does not even require soil. You can either buy grow boxes in a gardening store or you can build one yourself using simple materials.More...

 

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Vertical Farming

Advantages And Disadvantages Of Vertical Farming

A scientific study shows that vertical farming can save a lot of space and also provide food for a large number of people. A single square block of thirty stories involved in vertical farming can provide food for nearly ten thousand people.More...

 

How To Build A Growroom ?

How To Build A Growroom

If you are planning to build your own grow room, then you have two options. It can be a very ambitious project, or it can be a very simple project. However, you should consider various factors before you make your decisions.More...

 

Examples Of Xeriscaping

Examples Of Xeriscaping

What most landscape professionals are scared about is drought caused due to the lack of water. We need a lot of water to maintain a full fledged garden, and that is one of the biggest drawbacks of gardening. However, by using smarter ways like xeriscaping, we can save on water and also have a nice garden.More...

 

 

 

    
 

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Hydroponic Ph Soltuions

Hydroponic Ph Soltuions

     One of the most overlooked aspects of hydroponic gardening is pH. In hydroponics, pH solutions are measured on a scale of 1 to 14, with 7 being neutral. Anything above 7 is considered as alkaline while lower than 7 is acidic.More...

 


 

 

 
   
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