For saving space and soil, this method also has several
other benefits, including no soil-borne diseases, no
weeds to pull and no soil to till, run-of-the-mill side
benefits of soil-less gardening.

Growing Food with Hydroponic System Kits

There is a new trend when it comes to growing plants. This is through the use of hydroponic kits where plants are grown without soil. Believe it or not, this is now possible. You can now have a garden using gravel, per lite, mineral wool or coconut husks.

Scientists have discovered that soil is no longer required for plants to thrive as it only acts as reservoir for the mineral nutrients that plants need to absorb. This method has a lot of advantages which include reusable water system, lower nutrition costs for plants; there is no nutrition pollution, stable and high yields, pests can be easily get rid of so there is no need for harmful pesticides, and it is easier to harvest.

Depending on the method you use, there are various hydroponic system kits you can choose from. There are deep water culture kits, ebb and flow hydroponics, aeroponics systems, etc. Because it uses less water than traditional farming, farmers and horticulturists agree that it has the most efficient use of resources and the cheapest way to produce food.


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