Aquaponics food production is a type of farming system that may be just what the world needs. Different from traditional cultivation in many ways, this, perhaps is the solution to the imminent global food crisis and looming hunger in developing countries. How does it work and what are its benefits?
Have you ever wanted to buy yourself a hydroponic system but it was just way too expensive? In this article, we will show you how to build your own hydroponic system with only a few things from your local hardware store. Growing veggies year-round has never been easier!
Creating a container water garden is a great way to bring a small touch of nature to your front porch or balcony. See how in this article.
Do you worry at what might be sprayed on your lettuce and other vegetables? Why not grow it yourself using an easy hydroponic system? No dirt means no mess, just healthier and faster growing plants.
It's one thing to read about hydroponic gardening in your home, and quite another to actually do it. Here are instructions for how to build a vertical indoor vegetable garden using hydroponics.
In hydroponic farming, plants grow in smaller areas and without soil, with nutrients absorbed into their roots from water. This comprehensive guide to sustainable hydroponic farming explores the basics, including the two main types as well as advantages and disadvantages of hydroponic farming.
If you've ever had a hydroponics system, you know how frustrating it can be to wait for the first harvest. Explore some fast-growing hydroponics plants to prevent that frustration.
Learn the basics of hydroponic gardening before you start one. The rewards of growing a hydroponics garden include greater yield and flexibility of location.