We have simplified plant cloning to its most basic form and put it into a video for you to be entertained, educated and inspired! Find ou thow to clone plants for your hydroponic system – it’s easy and fun!
Let me show you my poor mans aero garden like deep water culture system. Very simple to operate. Grow big harvest of herbs, vegetables and fruits. I also custom build any size system very inexpensively!
www.fyihydroponics.com Probably the simplest, cheapest, most effective system you can build. The constant supply of air increases the oxygen supply to the roots stimulating exceptional growth. Easy to build (just drill one .25 inch hole!), cheap and works great – what could be better?
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www.omegagarden.com Weather Network Interview. Enjoy fresh, locally produced high quality food all year round, anywhere you are, without leaving your residence, or picture yourself operating a successful commercial farm in the heart of the city! The Omega Garden™ is a revolutionary rotary hydroponic system designed with convenience, simplicity, and maximum yield in mind. From the hobby gardener to the professional grower, all will find an Omega Garden™ to suit their needs. www.omegagarden.com
www.container-gardening-for-food.com A step-by-step account of me building my very first NFT Hydroponics system made from standard household parts. Parts List Squareline Rain Gutter (4 meters £7.65 Wickes) 6x end caps £1.65 ea (£9.90 Wickes) 3x gutter running outlet £4.30ea (£12.90 Wickes) 1 x small pond pump (11w) – approx £10 – £15 2 meters pond pump tubing £2 several lengths of timber for framework (Approx £10 worth) Large plastic container (resovior) £5.99 Buyology Gutter leaf guard (4m) £7.99 Max total cost (UK) £65
A brief overview of hydroponics – growing plants without soil. Brought to you by Nerang Hydroponics Centre, 1/27 Lawrence Drive, Nerang, Queensland 4214. Australia. Tel: (07) 5527 4155 website: www.hydrocentre.com.au email firstname.lastname@example.org Free information catalogue available.
This video will show you how to set up a top feed drip using stonewool slabs. You can see more videos at www.hydrotv.com
Keeping agriculture sustainable increasingly means keeping it local. Besides the environmental benefit of reducing reliance on fossil-fuel guzzling transportation, eating local food is a more seasonal and often healthier experience. With concern about food security growing, it might turn out to be safer, too. The folks in charge of the Science Barge, a new urban farming experiment in New York, are bringing local food production closer than ever. In this video Vanessa Rae learns about the floating greenhouse facility, which is designed as a demonstration of how urban space, especially rooftop space in big cities like New York, can be used to efficiently produce food. Self-powered by solar panels, wind turbines, and a biodiesel generator, the Science Barge uses state of the art computer technology and an agricultural technique called hydroponics to grow fruits and veggies using much less water and space than field farming. Watch out, city slickers. Farm country is coming to your neighborhood.