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Terms to Know Before Starting a Hydroponic Garden

Hydroponics is one of the latest crazes to hit the gardening industry, but the basic principles of this methodology have actually been around for centuries. If you are interested in getting started in the wonderful world of hydroponics, there are a few key terms you need to know.

  • Hydroponics - A method of growing fruits, vegetables and herbs without the use of soil. Instead, plants are grown in a completely controlled environment, using specialized growing medium and nutrients.
  • Growing Medium - The material in which the plants grow, which might include rockwool, vermiculite or sand.
  • Nutrient Solution - A precise blend of water and nutrients to fertilize the plants and help them grow in a room, greenhouse or outdoors.
  • pH - The hydrogen-hydroxyl ion content in the growing medium, which has a direct effect on the plants ability to absorb nutrients and grow.
  • Ebb and Flow Systems - Best used for smaller plants, this hydroponic system feeds a garden through a cycle of overflow and drainage.
  • Drip Systems - Plants are fertilized through a pump that pushes nutrients through tubes and feeds the garden from the top.
  • Manual Systems - A method of hydroponics that allows nutrients to be added to the garden manually, either from the top or bottom of the plants.
  • PVC Hydroponics - A hydroponic garden that uses PVC pipe to pump water and nutrients through the plants.
  • Hydroponic Lighting - Artificial lighting that could be LED or another bulb source, allowing hydroponic gardens to be grown in rooms indoors, year-round. The right LED lighting makes all the difference in how fast and well your plants grow.
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    Best Hydro
    4920 Lena Rd. Ste 105, Bradenton, FL 34211
    This is the only local hydroponics store that sells a full range of products for your gardening needs. We provide containers, nutrients, seeds, and more.
    (877) 938-2121
    Schiro's Barn N Garden Supplies
    7812 Causeway Blvd, Tampa, FL 33619
    (813) 626-0902
    Goodyear Rubber Products Inc
    5910 E Adamo Dr, Tampa, FL 33619
    (813) 627-8956
    Grace Hydro Organic Garden Center
    8877 N 56th St, Tampa, FL 33617
    (813) 514-9376
    Majestic Garden Supply
    9000 N Florida Ave Ste C, Tampa, FL 33604
    (813) 644-7246
    Oasis Garden
    5011 W Hillsborough Ave Ste D, Tampa, FL 33634
    (813) 443-5017
    Gulf Central Hydraulics Inc
    6209 Massachusetts Ave, New Port Richey, FL 34653
    (727) 848-0548
    Simply Hydroponics & Organics
    15036 Us Highway 19, Hudson, FL 34667
    (727) 819-2655
    Hydro-Stacker LLC
    7308 Verna Bethany Rd, Myakka City, FL 34251
    (941) 322-9602
    365 Hydroponics
    13054 W Colonial Dr, Winter Garden, FL 34787
    (407) 656-4769
    Hydroponics Inc Tropical
    9521 S Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, FL 32837
    (407) 704-8928
    Urban Sunshine
    6142 S Orange Ave Ste 112, Orlando, FL 32809
    (407) 859-7728
    Hydroponic Depot II
    2395 Tamiami Trl, Port Charlotte, FL 33952
    (941) 255-3999
    Florida Garden Supply Inc
    8442 Tradeport Dr, Orlando, FL 32827
    (407) 855-8282
    Urban Sunshine
    6100 Hanging Moss Rd Ste 500, Orlando, FL 32807
    (407) 647-4769

    Hydroponic farming is a method of growing crops without the use of soil. Typically, hydroponic crops and plants are grown indoors. Bulbs are placed in water solutions, which contain special nutrients and fertilizers. In addition, most gardens utilize special lamps as a replacement for natural sunlight. These lamps typically use LED lights. Hydroponic rooms can offer many advantages over traditional growing methods. For instance, water in these gardens are reusable, thus keeping irrigation costs lower than traditional farms. Additionally, the use of LEDs and specially cultivated nutrients allow operators to keep tighter control over crops. Moreover, hydroponic rooms are protected from outdoor pests. Fruit and vegetable yields also tend to be more regular and stable. This is because indoor grow rooms are not subject to the same weather irregularities as outdoor farms. Most hydroponic farmers rely on special stores and distributors for their equipment and supplies. These outlets commonly provide items such as drains, grow boxes and many other valuable accessories. In addition, stores may offer starter kits for home hydroponic enthusiasts. These kits are often much simpler than advanced commercial systems. Individuals interested in starting their own gardens can often find more information online. Many tutorials and guides are available with detailed explanations of how to properly establish rooms and gardens. Before following directions online, it is best to verify that the information is credible. Along with online resources, many agricultural organizations publish detailed guides regarding the process of building hydroponic greenhouses. Overall, hydroponic greenhouses provide an innovative and important alternative to conventional farming methods.
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