Today we have come a long way and have a new grasp on an old method of providing GMO free, healthy, nutritious, and fresh food to everyone in all climate conditions, and we’re only starting to capitalize on its technology.
Growing hydroponically is one of the most efficient ways to grow your own food. The principle of using a nutrient-rich, irrigated solution means that the process is entirely scalable. You can grow in large warehouses, basements, rooftops, greenhouses or commercial buildings. You can also grow in your 500 square foot apartment, on your kitchen counter, your coffee table, or your windowsill.
Old Growing, New Thinking
Medical cannabis growers know the benefits of hydroponic indoor gardening, they’ve made tremendous advancements in growing technology. Without the trials and tribulations of these growing experts, we may not have the advanced methods of hydroponic indoor growing and technology that we have available to us now.
The Stigma Of Indoor Gardening Using Hydroponics
Why are we afraid to talk about it? Because of our medical cannabis cultivating experts, hydroponics has made a name for itself and is automatically associated with this particular type of growing. It doesn’t have to have this connotation.
Growing hydroponically is a sustainable method to grow your own vegetables. When implemented on a large scale and funded through proper programs, hydroponics has the potential to feed endless hungry bellies at a marginal cost over a long term period.
There is much respect behind the science and years of research and development invested into the hydroponic growing industry. You can grow many things hydroponically, growing faster, stronger, and tastier.
Can you explain why we’re letting the stigma of hydroponic growing interfere with our ability as a society to provide healthy and efficient indoor gardening ways of sharing food in our communities?
Let’s take back hydroponics – an ancient grow medium that was capitalized by those who saw its potential before anyone else and start introducing growing hydroponically.
Hydroponic systems have reached an optimum economic viability with options for personal home systems and the the efficiency in large scale hydroponic systems are producing maximum yields and maximized profits. Be motivated by the vision of feeding entire communities, regardless of the climate conditions.
Learn more about 13 plants you can grow hydroponically here.