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Say the Magic Words: Hydroponics Gardening

Your science teacher mentioned something about the conditions necessary for plants to grow. To your recollection they only mentioned three that is water , oxygen and light . There was no mention of soil as far as you could remember. Plants as far as you knew always grew on soil and you asked for clarifications on why soil didn’t count. Your teacher might have commended you on the question and promised to revisit it only it didn’t happen because forgetfulness set in. Though it was a while ago you definitely deserve to have your question answered. Allow me to walk you through hydroponics growing.

This type of gardening is basically soil-less. If you have water, oxygen, light and nutrients then you are good to go. Rock wool, vermiculite, sands and gravel could be used instead soil . If you have a porous container for the purposes of good drainage that will do nicely. Sodium bulbs can be of great use if you are planning to have your garden indoors. If you figure out which hydroponic growing suits which kind of plants then you are bound to enjoy the ride.

Why hydroponics? That question may disturb your mind. For starters , the growth rate is between thirty to fifty percent higher than that of soil. What makes it so is that the root doesn’t have to struggle so much to find nutrients since they are all provided. This aids the plant to concentrate in growing upwards as it should as opposed to the root. With this form of growing pest , bugs and diseases are largely eliminated. You have your work cut out for you in as far as going green and increased productivity is concerned. Going soilless means no erosion and no pressure where land is concerned which translates to a very happy gardener, you.

If you are looking to do some gardening as a hobby then hydroponics has got you covered. Not only will you be enjoying organic plants that you’ve planted on your own but also year in year out growth. It can also be a way of bonding with your family with everyone having a contribution in the farm. Its also very friendly to gardeners who are just starting out whatever the case your plants will love it. The result will be healthy, voluptuous and very scrumptious plants.

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