Below you will see a great tips for Home Hydroponics
Hydroponics systems can be a great great way to grow your own fresh greens, herbs and vegetables.
Growing your own fresh produce green herbs, vegetables, hydroponically on the rooftop or at your garden is a great idea. Essentially hydroponics is the practice of growing plants without soil. The plants are grown in a nutrient rich solution and small stones, pumice or clay ball able to give the roots something to anchor to. A small hydroponic system can be easily designed in order to fit into any small urban space such as balcony, veranda, rooftop, courtyard or even windowsill. They can also set up completely indoor in dark rooms but the harvest from these in normally considered illegal.
Once you can set up the system only requires some quick daily monitoring. The plants normally grow very rapidly and the foliage is lush. Evangelical greenies don’t consider a hydroponic system to be organic as the plants are not grown in soil. Whatever the system and of course any home grown food avoid lots of unnecessary packaging and food miles. A system can also be designed using recycled plastic bottle or buckets.
Plants that grow well hydroponically
Plant that can grow well together
Beans, Spinach, Brassicas, Celery, Tomatoes, Strawberries
Parsley, Peas, Radish, Rhubarb, Cucumber, Leek, Spring Onion
Basil, Lettuce, Mint, Thyme, Borage, Chives, Watercress