Added by on 2016-06-23 Disadvantages Of A Soil Garden | Hydroponics Halifax Why Would Anyone Bother With a Traditional Soil Garden When They Can Have A Hydroponics Garden Instead? Every soil based garden begins with high hopes and a great leap of faith. It can be quite back breaking work trying to prepare the ground for growing fruit and vegetables. Once you’ve dug over the ground and you’ve got seeds planted it becomes a constant daily battle. Chances are that the soil does not contain the nutrient values required to grow a decent or healthy crop. Even when you do fertilize much of it will be washed away by the rain. Most likely there will be soil born pests, rodents and bacteria to deal with. You’ll constantly be trying to get rid of weeds. Heavy rain can damage your plants and flood your garden. High winds can blow plants over and even snap the stems. Ph and nutrient levels are difficult to control. And you won’t be the only ones eating what you grow. Depending on where you live there will be deer, racoons, mice and rabbits. You’ll also find a host of different insects that are very thankful for the garden you’ve worked so hard to create. For most people who want a constant supply of fresh fruit and vegetables a soil based garden is just not practical. An indoor hydroponic garden will allow you to grow without encountering most of the problems that a soil based garden will create. Disadvantages Of A Soil Garden | Hydroponics Halifax Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsAquaponics vs Hydroponics vs Soil gardening advantages and disadvantagesHydroponic Tomatoes | Hydroponics HalifaxWhat Is Hydroponics | Hydroponics HalifaxGarden Landscaping The Advantages and Disadvantages of HydroponicsWhat is Hydroponic Growing | Hydroponics HalifaxHydroponics Halifax | Homemade Hydroponic Systems

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  • FollowTheSunDown 4 years ago

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