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What is fodder? Usually, fodder is made of sprouted grains used as animal feed by small ranchers, hobby farms, and homesteaders. You can use many types of fodder to feed your animals, including hay, straw, silage, compressed and pelleted feeds, oils and mixed rations, and sprouted grains and legumes (such as bean sprouts or malt).; …

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The hydroponic drip system (also called a Dutch bucket hydroponic system) is probably the most common hydroponics system in the world. How Does The Dutch Bucket Hydroponic System Work Our Beginner’s Guide To Hydroponics is on sale for a short time. Check it out! This system is often used in large commercial greenhouses. Once the …

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Are you looking for the best hydroponic vegetables to grow, so you can have a starting point? Hydroponics is a wonderful way to grow your vegetables. Hydroponic vegetables are grown without soil, using mineral-rich water and artificial lighting instead. This type of farming has many benefits, including a reduced need for pesticides and decreased water …

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Tired of your sagging setup? Build an awesome PVC hydroponics stand for around $100! Our Beginner’s Guide To Hydroponics is on sale for a short time. Check it out! Easy DIY PVC Hydroponics Stand Is your hydroponics system sagging, disorganized, or hard to work with? Then what you need is our exclusive HydroPad PVC hydroponics …

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Picture this… you just had a bad day at the office, but it’s finally over. The one-hour commute home adds to your stress level. You arrive home to find the house a mess and the kids fighting. Escape! Out back … it’s a gloomy February evening … but … there it is … your oasis… …

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EC meter … CF meter … truncheon meter … What are they? They are all different names for the same device! A hydroponic EC meter is a long cylinder with a sensor on the end which reads how strong your nutrient solution is. The tube has calibrated scales built-in on the sides. A red bulb …

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Wondering if hydroponics gardening is for you? Let’s look at the advantages and disadvantages of hydroponics. Our Beginner’s Guide To Hydroponics is on sale for a short time. Check it out! Advantages Of Hydroponics 1. Personal pleasure Do you live in a condo or high-rise apartment? No piece of earth to call your own? Not …

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So… you’re ready to start growing food in a hydroponic garden? You’ll need to use the best hydroponic growing medium if you want a healthy garden. You might have heard of perlite, Rockwool, sand, gravel, or coconut coir, amongst other mediums. Which is best for your hydro garden? Our Beginner’s Guide To Hydroponics is on …

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Birds do it! Bees do it! And yes, your hydroponic tomatoes do it too…We’re talking about fertilization here… reproduction… the transfer of pollen from the male to female parts of the plant, so flowering and fruiting can result. The plant pollination process is different in the hydroponic garden than it is in your outdoor garden. …

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