Added by on 2016-08-11 What is hydroponics? A brief video showing the basic structure of how hydroponics works. What is hydroponics? In any soil-based garden, a plant wastes most of its energy developing a huge root system. Why? Because it has to search far and wide in the soil for its food and water. In hydroponics, it is all delivered directly to the plant’s roots. You bypass the need for soil, which is much slower and unpredictable at providing food. Since it no longer has to search for its food, a plant’s growth and energy is redirected to the production of foliage, flowers, fruit or vegetables. The root systems of hydroponic plants are much smaller than those planted in soil… so you can plant closer together… and harvest much more yield from less space! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics Halifax | Homemade Hydroponic SystemsHydroponic Tomatoes | Hydroponics HalifaxHydroponics Halifax | Growing Hydroponic HerbsDisadvantages Of A Soil Garden | Hydroponics HalifaxHydroponic Basil | Hydroponics HalifaxEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow Food

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