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An indoor vegetable garden is really exactly what it sounds like: a vegetable garden that’s grown indoors utilizing artificial lighting. Now more than ever we’re seeing gardeners and farmers turn to hydroponic based methods in lieu of soil.
With demands for fresh, locally sourced, non-GMO fruits, veggies, and herbs continuing to grow, the adoption of indoor vertical farms is increasing across the globe. Find out why, these farms are so important for the future of our food.
The Nutrient Film Technique is one of many popular hydroponic growing techniques. In fact this method is deployed across both hobbyist gardens and large commercial grow operations.
What is Deep Water Culture or DWC hydroponics? Check out the benefits and how easy it is to get started growing using the DWC method.
What is hydroponics? Since the recreational legalization of cannabis in Colorado in 2006, the word ‘hydroponics’ has been knocking on the doorstep
Wheatgrass has been a long-time staple of the health community and has never been easier to grow at home. I’ve been growing wheatgrass for nearly a decade now and regularly consume wheatgrass juice. It gives me a nice energy boost and I can really feel the difference.
The vast majority of people have never heard of aquaponics. I’m sure many are immediately turned-off when they hear that fish poop is a key element in the system. Well if you’re not one of them, you’ll find out that this symbiotic system is a fantastic method for growing healthy and nutritious fruits, vegetables and herbs.
I worked with a 3D designer on a few different models for DIY hydroponic systems, that could be built with a 3D printer. Get the files FREE here.
Grow Enough Fresh Fruits, Veggies and Herbs To Feed You, Your Family In Friends In Less Than 32 SqFt. Using Hydroponics and Grow Tent In You Garage
What Do NASA and Disney Have In Common? Aeroponics! So What Is Aeroponics Gardening and what are the benefits?
pH is a key stat you’ll need to monitor for your soilless garden. Managing your pH will ensure your plants are able to absorb all the nutrients made available to them. So, what should the pH level be for your Aeroponics or Hydroponics system?
So what exactly are microgreens? Microgreens are herbs or vegetables that are grown to the point where they’ve developed their cotyledon leaves.