The art of growing plants without soil

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Hydroponics is the answer to growing food in-spite of low temperatures, lack of space and the absence of viable soil.

The art of growing plants without soil has made it possible for countless people to bring their passion for gardening and crop production to life even with the worst conditions abounding.

DIY Hydroponics projects from all around the world have come to prove that without soil in the game, a hydroponics system that provides aeration, water, nutrients, minerals, and light can still create a thriving environment.

Luckily for you, nobody needs to have a degree in agricultural science or have secret powers to make a DIY hydroponics project work for you.

We present the ultimate starter pack with a rundown of things to consider in bringing your DIY hydroponics project to life on your own.

Budget

How much you will gain at the end of your DIY hydroponics project will ultimately depend on the time and resources you invest in it.

Hydroponics can be effectively done with the little you have around but for best results, you have to splurge on small necessities like pumps, nutrients, lights and other things.

Space

It is always advisable that no matter how much you have to spend, you start small and scale your way up.

Whether it’s a small space or an open space with room for expansion, there is always a DIY hydroponics system that will suit your needs.

Skill

If this is your first time trying to get a DIY project done, then it would probably be a good idea to get a lot of outside help. An outside opinion as to plumbing, lighting, and carpentry will reduce your margin of errors and help you get the best results.

If you cannot afford to, choose the simplest project type available and begin your journey.

 

Readers Comments (3)

  1. aquaponics is a great ecosystem

  2. It is a growing industry and good to follow the technical know how

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