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Hydroponics is a process of growing any plant in water, whether it be tomatoes, strawberries or bulbs, without the use of any soil. Start growing plants and vegetables in water-filled containers with information from a sustainable gardener in this free video on gardens. Video Rating: / 5 Using hydroponic growing techniques, such as those used in windowfarms, you can grow a lot of vegetable plants in a small indoor space year-round. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening & Plant Care : Spring Gardening Gifts for ChildrenEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodCroton Plant | Indoor Plant Maintenance | How to Care for Plants | Gardening Ideas (Urdu/hindi)How to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardeningLiving Green Wall Systems for Easy Plant Care by BotanicusGreenVID 10 CARE OF ENGLISH ROSE AND DESI ROSE , MUST WATCH HOW TO DEVELOP GROWTH OF YOUR ROSE PLANT

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  • Britany Silva 1 year ago

    Experienced gardener is not blessed, but with the right resource and detailed plan.

  • Karl S 1 year ago

    how restricted are you as to what is possible to grow in these?

  • Patton Margaret T. 1 year ago

    Thank you for the movie.
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  • PandaTeVeeYT 1 year ago

    That is not what you should be worried about. You should be worried about real people doing that to you.

  • Don Julio 1 year ago

    i am worried that the plant might mutate at night and try to rape me

  • Cedarpine1 1 year ago

    I am worried that the plants that are growing different roots systems, aren't getting the full nutrients they normally get from earth, and thus your getting a plant that may be inferior in natural nutrients-actually getting a different plant. It's growing, yes, and growing is better than not growing, but the plants look a bit skimpy and not as thick as earth bound ones. I am open but skeptical. What's wrong with adding a little earth?

  • russtex 1 year ago

    Cool !