There are 2 ways to get started with hydroponics:
- You can buy a ready made kit online
- Or build your own system
The advantage of a DIY Hydroponics Plan like the one shown right (available from clickbank) is that it will show you ‘step by step’:
- The 5 different ways to start a hydroponics system
- Which plants to grow (& which to avoid)
- Best temperature, lighting & nutrients
In addition it will show you how to build a hydroponics system at home (For indoors or the patio) all the way to running a commercial system.
Why use Hydroponics ?
Because it’s a much more efficient way to grow fruit & vegetables
- Faster growth
- Bigger yields
- Less wastage
In a hydroponics system the plants will have their roots in a clean neutral media such as clay balls or perlite, instead of dirt. A nutrient solution is circulated to the roots via a pump or wick action.
That way the plants don’t have to waste energy developing a large root system because the food is delivered right to the roots. Since it no longer has to search for its food, the plant’s growth and energy are redirected to lush foliage and abundant flowers and fruit.
About the DIY Hydroponics plan..
Hydroponics is NOT complicated once you understand how to get started.
The diy hydroponics plan has been designed to help you match the right hydroponic system to your situation.
The plan will show you 5 ways you can get started in hydroponics on a pauper’s budget.
You don’t have to get the most complex system to get incredible results. There are 2 plans that can be built out of common materials you may already have. You can get the rest at any DIY shop.
For example you will find out:
- How to set up a hydroponics system at home
- Or how to scale it up to large scale production.
Hints, tips & advice
A key element of the plan is that it will show you how to start & maintain a hydroponics sytem to grow your ideal fruit & vegetables.
For example it provides detailed information on what to do if you want a hydroponic system indoors, on your patio, your vegetable garden (or allotment) or even for a larger scale commercial use.