The final in a series of six episodes of HydroShow, the World’s only Hydroponics Magazine TV show – educating the masses on how to use hydroponics, hydroponic systems, plant nutrition and indoor lighting for horticulture. This episode was first broadcast on 16th December 2013. In this episode of Hydroshow, we find out the results of the first Hydroshow grow test: soil versus hydroponics versus aeroponics. The girls make some Eliooo style Hydroponic systems in the last Presenter Challenge. Grow Supplies of Newcastle give us their attempt of a Hydroponic Megaroom, we get soime quick tips from NPK technology in Liverpool where Thomas also shows us some home made deep water culture dripper systems. And we take a look at new ballast technology with Steve from Sol Digital. All this plus another competition and more on the worlds only Hydroponics TV Show. This is a remixed version of Hydroshow Episode 6 as broadcast on Sky TV on 10th June 2013. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics Halifax | Homemade Hydroponic SystemsHydroponic Farming System | Hydroponics Homemade For BeginnersHydroponics Growing System HomemadeSimple Hydroponics System II Hydroponics Gardening II hydroponics growing system II homemadeCheap Ebb abd Flow homemade hydroponics systemDiy Cheap Indoor Hydroponics Growing System Homemade
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