Hydroponic gardening offers several benefits to our health and the environment. It uses considerably less water than soil gardening, because of the constant reuse of the nutrient solutions. This is especially important for states like California where a drought is causing water usage restrictions.

Hydroponic plants have fewer problems with bug infestations, funguses and disease. Due to lack of necessity, fewer or no pesticides are used on hydroponic crops. Since hydroponic gardening systems use no topsoil, topsoil erosion isn’t even an issue either.

Hydroponics also have several advantages over soil gardening. The nutrients in a hydroponic system are mixed with the water and sent directly to the root system so the hydroponic plant requires very little energy to find and break down food. The plant uses this reserved energy to grow faster and to produce more fruit. The growth rate on a hydroponic plant is 30-50 percent faster than a soil plant, grown under the same conditions. The extra oxygen in the hydroponic growing mediums helps to stimulate root growth. Plants with ample oxygen in the root system also absorb nutrients faster. The yield of the plant is also greater.

In general, plants grown hydroponically are healthier and happier plants. In most cases, the people enjoying those hydroponic plants are also healthier and happier.

Please feel free to add your tips, advice, changes, corrections, comments, etc or ask our Grow Master a question. Thanks for looking and happy growing!

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