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The wick systems are pretty much always the recommended system for your first grow experience as a beginner.
A hydroponic drip system uses small emitters to drip onto the plants. Such a setup is not only widely used in outdoor gardens but in the commercial hydroponic greenhouse as well.
Hydroton grow rocks, or expanded clay pellets, also referred to as leca clay, clay balls, are one of the most helpful and versatile growing media to any traditional and hydro grower.
No doubt, Ebb and Flow systems are among the simplest and most effective hydroponic growing methods. That's why they have been favored by lots of hobbyists and commercial greenhouse growers.
If you want to become good at gardening or hydroponics, perlite can be your best friend. What is so special about these queer, innocuous-looking balls? Learn more in our in-depth guide to all things perlite.
Deep Water Culture (DWC) is considered the purest form of Hydroponics. Though the concept is simple, there are many ways to use and build the deep water culture using different materials.
Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) is a versatile and familiar hydroponic system. Today, I'll get down to the details of this interesting soilless system.
Cloning a plant is easy within a few steps. Learn different ways to make a new clone.
The famous versatile Hydroponic Dutch Bucket System is built to grow a large number of plants from green vegs to vining and large plants. Let's dig into it
Can plants be grown with fog? Definitely yes! Let's uncover how to grow with fogponics.
Peat Moss, one of the most commonly used yet controversial materials for gardening. Let's go into details what it is, how it is used, and what it means to the environment.
Learn how to grow food with the Kratky Method - the simple passive yet effective way
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