Hydroponics for Beginners: Start Growing Vegetables at Home Without Soil
Author: Jones, Nick
Brand: Practical Growing
Number Of Pages: 224
Release Date: 30-10-2019
Details: Product Description Do you want to quickly grow fresh vegetables from home without the use of dirty soil? "It used to be hydroponics was just a nod, nod, wink, wink, word for pot growing. Now it is accepted by consumers as a preferred method of growing high-quality food." - Michael R. Christian, Founder of American Hydroponics Are you tired of looking for pesticide-free produce? Let alone paying for them? Are you looking for a new hobby where providing healthy and fresh vegetables is your goal? In Hydroponics for Beginners you will discover: A list of equipment you didn't think you would need How not to waste electricity with using artificial lights Discover the best growing system for your needs How to get the best germination rates Learn how to become a master at cloning I tell you which plants are the best for hydroponic systems Discover how to mix the liquid and dry nutrients cost-effective The one thing I do before harvesting which makes my crops taste even better A list of the beneficial insects I use when dealing with pests I will tell you the most occurring problems and how to fix them A few years ago, I didn't know anything about gardening. I consumed all the information that was available at that time. Today I want to share that knowledge with you. With the information provided in this book, you will be able to create your own system according to your budget, time, and available space. If you want to start growing fresh and healthy vegetables, buy the book and start discovering this fulfilling hobby. Review This book: hydroponics for beginners does just what you think it does. It will inform you about how to start your hydroponics system. It talks about the equipment, nutrients, sources of water, nutrients, liquid and dry, measuring nutrients, plants, biological pest control, and much more. I recommend this book to anyone who would like to start doing hydroponics. This book talks about Kratky, nutrient film technique, fogponics, low-pressure aeroponics, high-pressure aeroponics, ebb, and flow or flood and drain, several drip systems like dutch buckets and vertical gardening. This is THE complete book about hydroponics! Great detail and very informative and interesting. Great for later reference. My son has been doing great using hydroponic gardening for peppers. I have learned quite a lot in this book by Nick Jones. It's incredible value for what you pay for it. Just the chapter about artificial light is worth the price on its own! I recommend this book to everyone who is looking to grow vegetables from their backyard! I wanted a good overview of the process and important bits to be successful in trying to grow vegetables using hydroponics. I was very happy with this book. It covered several Methods and many important things to know about watering, nutrients, and lighting. Touched on ph and conductivity issues than one would need to understand at least a bit about. A very informative book told me what I wanted to know About the Author Nick is the author of 'Hydroponics for Beginners' and 'How to Grow Microgreens'. Nick writes content on his website practicalgrowing.com about hydroponics and microgreens. After several requests of his subscribers, Nick made these books for you to grow healthy greens at home quickly and easily.
Package Dimensions: 8.9 x 5.9 x 0.5 inches