Author: Mike Greene
Do you want a step-by-step guide on how to build your inexpensive garden without soil fast and easy? If yes, then keep reading... - A gardener can grow more plants per square foot hydroponically because, since the roots are directly fed, there is no need for the plants to neither spread their roots in search of nutrients nor compete for space. Therefore, you can have more crops growing hydroponically than on land. Secondly, a hydroponic system is a controlled system, so plants would grow faster because the nutrients are provided right there for them and in the right proportion. - Hydroponics helps to save water. For example, by planting on soil, it takes an average of four hundred liters of water to grow a kilogram of tomatoes. Still, in hydroponics, only about 70 liters of water are required. In this book, we are going to look at what exactly hydroponics is with an overview of some essential terms and concepts. We will move on to looking at the origin of hydroponic, the science and the philosophy of this method of gardening. We will critically analyze soil gardening and hydroponics, and we will see which is better based on the advantages and disadvantages of both. This book covers the following topics: - What is hydroponic gardening? - The history of hydroponic - Different types of hydroponic system - Advantages and disadvantages of hydroponic gardening - Equipment - Selecting the most appropriate growing medium - Monitoring equipment - Crops most suitable - Choosing plants, - Maintaining a nutrient film technique system - Mistakes to prevent ...And much more After that, we would investigate the various kinds of hydroponic gardens so you will decide the hydroponic garden type which best suits you. After this, we will look at how to build a hydroponic garden by you and at the kinds of plants that thrive best in hydroponic gardens. This book is also a how-to book, so I will effortlessly show you. It is not difficult at all. Just follow through with the book. Just follow through and allow me to be your guide on this journey!