• Hydroponic Systems

    Hydroponic systems use methods in which plants are grown in water rather than in soil. The plants are fed by an aqueous solution of inorganic nutrient salts. Hydroponic systems prove to be quite advantageous. Plants that are cultivated hydroponically demonstrate better and higher yields than plants of the same species that are grown in soil. This is mainly due to the fact that special hydroponic fertilizer doses are able to be controlled with precision. more...

    Due to this dosage precision, significant amounts of fertilizer can be saved while growing. Hydroponic systems also omit the use of herbicides. When using such systems, however, there are some things to keep in mind. Plants that are cultivated in a hydroponic system can be very difficult to relocate to another habitat. When a plant is grown in water, it should stay there. In addition, the plants require a lot of care and thus the time requirement should not be underestimated. It is also important to inform yourself thoroughly regarding the proper dosage of nutrients, humidity, oxygen content and light in order to achieve your desired result.

    With plenty of space and time and a little technical know-how, hydroponic systems can be used at any location, regardless of the quality of the soil.