Homemade Hydroponics Indoor Garden

Homemade Hydroponics Indoor Garden

A nice homemade hydroponics garden that is being used to grow various lettuce varieties indoors. The system has PVC pipes, cheap paper or plastic pots, and a light to maximise plant growth. There is not much information about the type of system but shows how hydroponics can be used to grow quite a large crop in a very small area.

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Stackable Gro Ups Hydroponics Kit

Stackable Gro Ups Hydroponics Kit

Vertical hydroponics kit garden using Gro Up units that are stacked on top of each other. This unit is ideal for growing flowers or herbs, even strawberries and can be used indoors. It is also ideal for small yards, balconies, and apartments. Hydroponic nutrients are pumped from the nutrient reservoir up to the top Gro Up unit, where they are dripped out and pass down through each unit, feeding each layer of plants.

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Interesting Vertical Hydroponics Gardening Method

Hydroponics garden that is labelled as being vertical but is not strictly so. Strictly speaking, vertical hydroponics gardening contains plants that are located above each other. This garden contains a number of horizontal gardens that have been arranged vertically. Nonetheless the nutrient circulation, although not ideal, looks to be working well and the plants are looking healthy and thriving.

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CAP Hydroponics Kit

CAP Hydroponics Kit

A great CAP hydroponics kit consisting of containers, water and air pumps, fluid and air lines, and some plants. Hydroponic peppers are being grown in this example, but this would be ideally suited to so many plants. Using this kit indoors would also be possible with the aid of grow lights.

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Homemade Hydroponics Ebb & Flow System

Homemade Hydroponics Ebb & Flow System

The base container of a homemade hydroponics ebb and flow system that has been made from cutting a 55 gallon plastic drum lengthways in half. Two holes have been drilled in it for inflow and outflow, with a strain put on the inflow and a filter put on the outflow. Coarse gravel is put in the system to aid in filtering the outflow and dissipating the inflow.

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Grow Wheat Grass Hydroponically

Grow Wheat Grass Hydroponically

Growing wheat grass hydroponically is so simple it can be done by just using water in a small container or on a sheet of moistened paper towel. Use fresh seeds, soak the wheat for 10-12 hours in water, and sprinkle them onto a moist substrate. Keep them moist, and after about a week you will have a crop of hydroponic wheat grass.

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Hydroponic Vertical Garden

Hydroponic Vertical Garden

Hydroponics vertical gardens provide a great space-saving solution to gardeners with limited space. As can be seen from this video, a very substantial crop of plants can grown in quite a small amount of space. This garden has tomatoes, capsicum, lettuce, spinach, and herbs. There is also an area where seedlings are grown. Nice work!

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How to Clone

How to Clone

Cloning plants is a method of asexual reproduction that generates new plants with the same characteristics as the mother plant. To take a cutting, cut on a 45 degree angle using a razor blade. Make sure the cutting is at least two inches long and has at least one set of leaves. Coat in root-stimulating material, plant, and keep moist.

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Controlled Environments for Indoor Hydroponics Gardening

Hydroponic gardening allows us to regulate the composition of not only the nutrients, but also the entire environment within which we grow our plants. Environmental regulators that measure, monitor, and regulate temperature, gasses, humidity, and light are available to facilitate this. An environment can be constructed that will allow particular plant types to grow optimally, producing extremely high yields.

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GroDan Rockwool

GroDan Rockwool

GroDan rockwool is a hydroponic medium product that is produced from molten rock that has been spun into long, thin fibres, and compressed into small cubes. These cubes are ideal for sprouting seeds and starting cuttings as roots can grow through them readily. Rockwool cubes can easily be transplanted to most hydroponic systems with ease, preventing any damage to roots that might occur when washing away soil from traditional seed-raising methods.

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