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3 Fully Integrated Hydroponics Systems

September 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

For pain-free indoor, soilless gardening many growers opt for fully integrated hydroponics systems. These all-in-one units come with everything you need to grow your own food at home. These have been designed to make it easier and faster to grow the plants you want without major concerns over maintenance or other headaches that may arise....

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Fully Integrated Hydroponics Systems

August 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’re looking for the ability to have a fully integrated hydroponics system then you’ve come to the right place. After we’ve peaked your interest about growing your own food using hydroponics, aeroponics, and aquaponics you’re probably wondering how you can have your own unit, and fairly easily. Some system components can be quite complex...

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15 Benefits of Aeroponic Growing

August 4, 2014 | 1 Comments

Though aeroponic technology was initialized in the 1930’s it hasn’t gained popular awareness until recent years. In fact aeroponic technology is now seen as a major advantage in the movement for large-scale urban food production. More and more facilities are opting to go with aeroponic growing methods as opposed to regular hydroponic or aquaponic hybrid...

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Aeroponics is quickly becoming a sought-after soilless growing solution because of its many features, advantages and benefits. But there are some things to know about advanced aeroponic technology which can help you make the correct decision about implementing this type of indoor gardening system. The Technology Behind Aeroponics Marrying technology, engineering, and the science of...

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Aeroponic research began in the 1920’s and progressed steadily as a soilless growing method. In the early stages, researchers grew plants aeroponically using vapor at the plants’ roots to deliver nutrients. The types of plants that were used early on included coffee and avocado plants. It wasn’t until 1980, that this new method of growing would...

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As the consumer demand for sustainable food security solutions continues to rise so do the available at-home gardening systems. Many of these systems provide families and individuals with the opportunity to cut down their grocery bills, take charge of their health and nutrition, and experience the positive effects of growing your own food. Additionally, these...

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On-Site Soilless Gardening for Restaurants

June 24, 2014 | 2 Comments

With local food growing as a concern for many urban residents, restaurants are beginning to respond to consumer demands. By hyper-locally growing organic food, restaurants not only attract and retain a new and growing customer base, but they also feel positive economic impacts of this practice too. By growing their own produce, “Roof-to-Table” restaurants can...

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Remember Victory Gardens? I do… Well, from high school US History class, I do. Remember how they provided approximately 40 percent of all U.S. vegetable produce during World War II? Remember how the government declared a boost in morale as being one of the many benefits of growing independently? The Possibilities of Hydroponics Well a...

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When it comes to soilless growing methods, most that are familiar with hydroponics are also relatively familiar with aquaponics. However, there are two other notable methods that we at PowerHouse Hydroponics think readers should be aware of. Below we cover the similarities and differences between four different soilless growing methods. Four Soilless Growing Methods Hydroponics...

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In our entry-level course, Hydroponics 101 we defined hydroponics and showed you 21 amazing benefits from growing hydroponically. Here we outline for you the ways hydroponic and soilless gardening systems are being used commercially, scientifically, or in other large-scale capacities. We’ll have a look at entire industries, communities, and even schools who are using the...

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