Hydroponics systems and kits
Growing hydroponic vegetables with DIY and ready made growing systems is increasingly popular with home gardeners. We provide some ideas on how to grow hydroponics vegetables and plants, hydroponic equipment for vegetable garden kits, hydroponic nutrients, growing mediums, pumps, trays, reflectors, hydroponic lighting, homemade or DIY systems, liquid fertilizer, indoor water gardening, indoor gardening supplies, watering and grow lamps.
Hydroponics is a system of growing plants in a nutrient solution rather than soil. The concept is based around plants not needing to constantly develop root systems to seek nutrients. It also allows indoor growing and controlled fertilizer release. Many hydroponic systems are available to the home gardener in convenient kit form, online retailers also provide a wide range of hydroponics supplies including basic hydroponic systems or kits, grow lights hydroponic nutrients, pumps and heaters.
Many commercial food crops are grown using hydroponics systems. In the home garden hydroponics is a great way to grow green leafy vegetable such as lettuce, basil etc. Many tomatoes crops are grown using hydroponics.
Hydroponics systems and kits at a glance.
Flood and Drain Hydroponic system.
Used mainly for pots. Also called ebb and flow. The system is flooded and then drained at set intervals.
Nutrient Film Technique (NFT)
Plants are in a environment without a growing media, used widely for lettuces and tomatoes.
Hydroponic Drip System
A slow drip system controlled to provide a constantly damp growing medium
Self watering Hydroponic systems
Pots with reservoirs that allow the plants to soak up water through a 'wick'
Feed and Drain ( the basic hydroponic system)
Basically plants growing in a soilless medium that are watered 2-3 times a day.
Hydroponics kits, systems and other hydroponic supplies for sale Online in Australia
- phone (03) 9553 3777
121 Herald St. Cheltenham VIC 3192
Propagation equipment, greenhouses, fertilizers, misting and fogging, heating & cooling, Technical Advice, Fertilizer formulations