Hydroponic Gardening Guide
Congratulations on your decision to start (or continue) with hydroponic gardening.
There are so many people giving poor advice on the subject or leaving out important bits of information. Jack Stinton tells it all!
You want to learn from someone who has “been there done that”. Jack Stinton certainly knows what he is talking about.
He has been through every step of the process, writing down everything he experienced.
Hydroponic gardening has been known to mankind since ancient times. Most famous is probably “The Hanging Gardens of Babylon”.
The term comes from Greek. The Greek word for water is “hydro” and the Greek word for labor is “ponics”.
Lately more and more people have discovered the advantages of growing plants in this manner. It is no secret that NASA is doing extensive research on the subject. This may very well be the massive future trend in gardening. Old methods are being rediscovered and continuously getting improved.
This is the system using water to grow plants. No soil is needed.
Growing your own herbs and vegetables using a home hydroponic system has great advantages.
* You will become more self-sufficient. That certainly is a great feeling! Not to mention all the money you will save not having to buy expensive and often poor quality vegetables and herbs.
* You will know exactly what you are eating. No more worrying about what chemicals or bacteria have been added on to your food before it reaches your table.
* You do not need a lot of space. You can have your little garden indoors, even in your basement.
* It is environment friendly. The water is “reused” and may stay in the system.
If you are starting out and don’t want to make all the common mistakes, this guide will take you by the hand and help you get great results.
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Enjoy your own vegetables and herbs for years to come.
Join the thousands of people who enjoy harvesting healthy vegetables and herbs without leaving their home.