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http://www.steveshydroponics.ca Hydroponics Halifax – Homemade Hydroponic Systems The costs of fresh fruit and vegetables will continue to rise. Most of the fruit and vegetables in our supermarkets are tainted with toxins from insecticides and herbicides and these mass produced foods contain very limited nutritional value. By building your own home made hydroponics systems you can grow uncontaminated low cost fresh fruit and vegetables all year round. Hydroponics is simple and easy to do. You can grow in small spaces on your deck or balcony and you can grow indoors inside a closet during the winter months. All hydroponic systems are based upon the delivery of nutrients directly to the root system via a water based solution. Plants are not grown in soil but instead they are grown in one of several different inert growing mediums such as expanded clay pebbles, perlite, coconut fiber or rockwool. We’re giving away a great do it yourself hydroponics book that teaches all the basics and shows you how to build a variety of different systems. You could build a drip feed system, a deep water culture system, an Ebb and Flow or wick system. Just go to our website and you can download hydroponics made easy for free. http://www.steveshydroponics.ca Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponic Tomatoes | Hydroponics HalifaxHydroponics Halifax | Growing Hydroponic HerbsHydroponic Basil | Hydroponics HalifaxWhat Is Hydroponics | Hydroponics HalifaxHow To Build Cheap Homemade Indoor Hydroponic Systems PlansDIY Plans How To Build Cheap Homemade Indoor Hydroponic Systems

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  • Mary R. Jensen 11 months ago

    Thank you for your video.
    You probably can build your indoor garden that doesn't require weeding, tilling or cultivating, the spreading of fertilizer or garden compost, without any watering or irrigating; all when your plants produce up to 10 x the amount of veggies than plants from a dirt garden.
    Look at the following website to find out more:
    help1.info/aquaponics-guide