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Hydroponic Gardening. Some people have no clue what it is at all. Others (My Wife) may picture a creepy basement filled with bright white LED lighting, plants growing from tubes…
When a hydroponicist… (is that even a real word?) thinks of hydroponics, they think of gardening with no bugs, in a controlled environment, year round, with perfect yields in half the time as a conventional garden.
Sounds pretty good… right?
Learn all about Hydroponics, and how you can grow farm fresh veggies in half the time as you usually do… year round, in this episode of Homesteady, all about Hydroponic Gardening.
In this month’s episode you will learn about the history of hydroponics, from back in the Aztec times, to the space station, to our modern day. Today we can find awesome companies like Freight Farms using hydroponics to grow farm fresh food in the cities. But hydroponics has become a great tool for homesteaders as well!
Jonathan Russo shares his family’s homestead hydroponic system, and accountant mike gets inspired to give it a shot!
Special Thanks to Jonathan Russo from Fairfield County Hydroponics for sharing his hydroponic system with us! Check out Jonathan’s website to learn more about his services.
This episode of Homesteady is brought to you by Freight Farms, the creators of the Leafy Green Machine. Checkout their Farm Business Plan Guide and learn all about Freight Farming HERE
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