Growing hydroponic strawberries can be a very simple and worthwhile process. Watch this video to learn how to use coco fibre bags to make a low maintenance and cheap hydroponic strawberry garden.
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Want to learn how lettuce is grown on a massive scale commercially? This post has the answers. Raceways and deep flow culture are the keys to hydroponic lettuce farming.
If you’re a beginning hydroponic gardener or would like to set up an easy system to grow lettuce, strawberries, or herbs, read this post for an example on how to build a hydroponic system for around $100 that is based on the nutrient film technique.
Experiment Comparing the Effect of Different Grow Lights on Tomato Plant Growth and Fruit Production
An experiment looking at the ability of grow lights from different manufactureres and of different intensities to stimulate cherry tomato plant growth and fruit development. Read this post to find out how to set up an experiment yourself, and to learn how to measure the efficiency of plant growth.
Almost any type of plant can be grown using hydroponics gardening techniques to yield healthy produce all year round. This is proven by the successful growth of broccoli in the middle of winter. Read this post to learn more.
Chicago O’Hare international airport has installed 26 grow towers that are based on the vertical hydroponics principle. Watch the video within this post to find out exactly how the system works and what the airport is doing with the produce it is growing hydroponically.
A Japanese company promoting urban gardens is utilising all of the available light in its offices to grow vegetables and flowers using hydroponics gardening methods. Read this post to find out about a visit from Pakistan to this company.
Hydroponics gardening is able to produce more plants, in smaller spaces, with increasing yields. Read this post to find out why plants are able to thrive so well in an environment without soil.
Commercial hydroponic growers continue to amaze me with the scale and the quality of crop they produce on a continuous basis. This post looks at a hydroponics lettuce farm that is growing a number of lettuce varieties.
A vertical hydroponics garden that has been constructed with PVC pipes and is being used to grow hydroponic tomatoes and cucumbers. Have a look at the video to see the results that are being obtained after 3 weeks of plant growth.