DIY Hydroponics Gardens: The Ultimate Beginner's Guide to Building the Best Inexpensive Systems at Home Step-By-Step. How to Quickly Grow Delic (Paperback)

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Do you want to grow your own hydroponic vegetables and fruit at home?You've heard of it but you don't know how to get started?Are you looking for a practical step-by-step guide to building your first systems?

★ This guide is all you need ★

You will not have to research further

A well organized guide with a lot of illustrated step-by-step pictures with labels to make instructions clear.

The book doesn't spends a great space for hydroponics history and complex theories but it provides

capacity for the reader actually to start and engage in the process.

You will learn how to make the most efficient hydroponic and aquaponic systems with a few dollars

using materials that you can find at home.

Take a look to the contents of this guide:

- Introduction

- Above ground cultivation

- Aeroponic system

- Aquaponics system

- Floating Raft System

- DIY Floating Raft Plant Step by Step

- NFT (Nutrient Film Technique)

- Ebb and Flow

- DIY Deep Water Culture System Step by Step

- Dutch Bucket system

- Kratky Method

- Substrates types

- Nutrient solution management

- Indoor cultivation

- Plant problems

- Conclusion

Enjoy your organic hydroponic vegetables and have fun making your preferred system

Buy your copy and start now

Product Details
ISBN: 9781801097949
ISBN-10: 1801097941
Publisher: Edward Kratky
Publication Date: October 10th, 2020
Pages: 104
Language: English



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