For many growers the size of the final yield is massively important regardless of what plant you choose to grow or what growing system you may use. Generally speaking, maximising your yield comes with years of practise, trial and error take time because each grow you do you have to try something new and wait…

In this blog we are having a look at nutrient solution in Hydroponics, if you are new to Hydroponic gardening then this is a must read. If you are a seasoned grower then look at it as a refresher, sometimes it’s helpful to think back to basics. It’s not really possible to cover every aspect…

To set up a Aeroponics system you would need: Purpose built baskets to sit the plants in. Purpose built Aeroponics chambers. Reservoir or tank to house the solution Growing Medium. Pump Irrigation pipework with atomiser fittings Aeroponics is quite different in one way but also similar in other ways to any of the systems we…

To build a simple Hydroponic system you will need:  3×3 timber to build a frame. Black Plastic guttering with end caps Small irrigation hose/pipe and junctions (available at all good garden centres) A submersible pump Tank to hold the solution The wood is to build a frame for the gutters to sit on, the measurements would vary depending on…

Hydroponics is regularly used by growers around the world to produce fast growing crops with a high yield. Although the name sounds quite high tech and modern, soil less growing has been around for centuries, researchers as far back as the 18th century realised that soil itself was not essential to plant growth. In plant…