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.

Hydrophonics Gardening Hobby for All Seasons

If you love gardening but are hampered by the cold weather, you should start hydroponics gardening. Since this requires no soil, as you will just be growing vegetables, flowers or fruits on a mineral nutrient solution; you can easily harvest them even in bitter winter weather.


Hydrophonics gardening is a good hobby to start with since all you have to do is buy your kits. Plants will only need an environment with enough light to thrive, so even if it is gloomy, you can still use grow lights for your garden.

Other things that you might need for your hobby include a static solution culture where plants are grown using jars, plastic tanks, or tubs. Just make sure that the plant’s roots are immersed in the solution so they can take up all the nutrients they need.

Plants will also need oxygen in order to thrive and you can remedy this with an aquarium aerator. Choose your growing medium from perlite, clay, gravel, etc. and take advantage of this soilless gardening.


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