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An Hydroponic Garden in Five Easy Steps

Setting a hydroponic garden is not that hard, as some beginner gardeners might consider. First of all, let's clarify what a hydroponic gardening is about. The main idea behind it is to grow plants without using soil. This lowers maintenance and especially for commercial growers its a way to have complete control over the food supply for the crop.

So it all boils down to growing plants without soil, butHydrophnic Garden still providing plants powerful nutrients. In a hydroponic garden, the plant's roots are immersed into a mixture of water and certain nutrient aggregates while being supported by sand/gravel.

The fun part about this type of growing is that it's so easy to use! All you have to do is make sure the plant has enough nutrients in the pot.

There are two different type of hydroponic systems. An active and a passive variety. As you can actually guess in an active systems nutrients are mechanically circulated through the system. A passive one that has no pumps or mechanics.

Now this is how it works. Here are the Five steps to a passive hydroponic garden