Learn to make your own homemade hydroponics system to grow virtually any plant, vegetable and fruit without soil.
Easy Hydroponics was created to help aspiring hydroponics growers learn both basic and intermediate concepts of hydroponics growing. It's not complicated really at all - one of the great elements of the medium is that you can start small and master the skills relatively quickly.
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Are you new to hydroponic gardening? Don't worry, we know it can be a confusing world if you've just started out in this field. That's why we prepared a section which covers all the basics of hydroponics. Find out what hydroponic gardening really means, what its advantages and disadvantages are, how far back in time it goes, as well as several other bits of useful general information. The articles in this section aren't just for beginners though, as you will also find advanced advice and in-depth information on General Hydroponics.
Choosing a hydroponic system will depend on several variables: what you're growing, where you're growing it, how much are you willing to spend as well what you plan to do with your crop (eat, sell, smoke and whatnot). The choices are quite varied and we're not just talking product and brand-wise. You will have to choose from ebb and flow systems, nutrient film technique systems, water cultures, drip systems, aeroponic systems and many more. Find out which of these suits you best in this section of our website.
For many of us, DIY stuff is a little slice of heaven. There's no comparing to the feeling of building something with your own hands, then seeing your baby work properly. Homemade hydroponic systems not only offer this joy, but they'll also save you some serious pocket money. Find out how to build your own hydroponic systems and components, using hardware-shop parts, or professional components from well known brands. McGyver, eat your heart out!
Definitely one of the most important components of any artificial gardening system is the lighting. Hydroponic lights come in various sizes, intensities and purposes. The light your plants get will affect the way they grow, how fast they grow and the quality of the crops, so getting the right hydroponic lightning system is crucial, regardless of what you're growing. The type of color (red or blue nuances) that your lighting system emits is also a decisive factor in the growth of your plants. Find out more information about the different types of hydroponic lights in this section.
Planning on living off the crop you produce in your own hydroponic garden? You''re in the right place. This section will help you out with growing specific plants, with an emphasis on some of the most popular: hydroponic strawberries, tomatoes, hydroponic lettuce and the likes. Before you know it, you'll be eating your own produce that you can grow year-round.
PVC stands for Polyvinyl chloride and it's a thermoplastic polymer which can offer incredible isolation, protection and flow capabilities. Since PVC is the new best thing in anything that involves plumbing and tubing the hydroponic gardening industry couldn't miss out on it. Currently, PVC is used with a lot of the components that make up for a complete hydroponic system. Another advantage of PVC is that it's cheap in comparison to other materials used in tubing, which can greatly cut down your overall costs in the long run. This section covers anything tha''s PVC and hydroponics related, including PVC systems, components and accessories.
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