This thorough introduction to hydroponics explains the science behind hydroponics.
What is hydroponics? Hydroponics by definition, means 'water-working." In practical use, it means growing plants in a water and nutrient solution, without soil. Hydroponics allows a gardener to grow plants in a more efficient and productive manner with less labor and time required.
The science of hydroponics proves that soil isn't required for plant growth but the elements, minerals and nutrients that soil contains are. Soil is simply the holder of the nutrients, a place where the plant roots traditionally live and a base of support for the plant structure.
There are many advantages to hydroponic growing. This guide will teach you:
What are the four primary hydroponic growing methods?
What are Ebb and Flow systems?
What is a drip system?
What are Nutrient Film Techniques?
What is Passive hydroponic gardening?
What are the best hydroponic growing mediums?
You will also learn the four basic building blocks on which plant life is based:
This detailed guide will teach you not only about the science of hydroponics but about the past, present and future of this soilless growing method.
Learn how to grow abundant vegetables in soilless mediums today and dramatically cut down your grocery bill!