Hydroponics: A beginner's guide to learn the principles of Hydroponics and Aquaponics for higher quality gardening. Improve your Gr (Paperback)

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Water is an essential ingredient of all life, and it has an especially vital role in the life of plants.

Water is a reliable vehicle that provides the transport of nutrients and energy to the cells within a plant. Unfortunately, the soil and environment that plants generally grow in are far from perfect. Therefore, the goal of hydroponics is to try to replicate what occurs in a perfectly natural and optimal growing setting. This is achieved by consistently enriching the water with nutrients, and then making these available for absorption by our plants.

The nutrient solution that you will supply is generally provided through a human-made embedded system; this gives the benefit of avoiding the evaporation that occurs in soil. In other words, we're ensuring that this nutrient-rich water is always available to our plants when they require it. Whether you know it or not, you've likely already practised simple hydroponics by putting flowers in a vase and adding a ready-made nutrient solution.

A great way to describe hydroponic gardening is to say that it is a soil-free type of gardening. Great leaps in technology have allowed plants to grow without soil.

This book will provide extensive information on:

- What is Hydroponics?

- Pros and Cons of Hydroponics

- Different Types of Hydroponic Gardens and How to Choose The Best for us

- Choosing The Best Lighting Medium for Your Hydroponic Plants

- Pest and Diseases Control

- Nutrients during Seeding and the Cloning Procedure

- Macronutrients and Micronutrients

- Equipment Needed

- Starting Your Seeds

- Germinating Seeds and Transplanting the Seedlings

- Troubleshooting and Hacks

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Product Details
ISBN: 9789564022802
ISBN-10: 9564022800
Publisher: Dreampublishing
Publication Date: October 5th, 2020
Pages: 142
Language: English




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