Getting Started In Hydroponics: Expert Tips, Plans & Secrets

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HYDROPONICS HOW TO

If you’ve got 5 minutes
a day, you can have juicy tomatoes the size
of softballs…
without weeding!
girl holding hydroponic tomatoes

You’ve heard how fast plants grow in a hydroponics system. You’ve heard about the huge harvests. Once you have it set up you will only need to spend a small amount of time per day monitoring the plants.

Discover shortcuts that will help you build a hydroponics setup quickly and easily… and cheaply.

Hydroponics is NOT complicated once you understand how to get started. There are five types of hydroponics systems, and this ebook will show you why matching the right system to your situation can save you a lot of frustration.

   What’s the difference between hydroponics
and an ordinary garden?

“Hydroponics how to”
Plants grown in hydroponics have their roots in a clean neutral media such as clay balls or perlite, instead of dirt. A nutrient solution is circulated to the roots via a pump or wick action.

The plants don’t have to waste energy developing a large root system because the food is delivered right to the roots. Since it no longer has to search for its food, the plant’s growth and energy are redirected to lush foliage and abundant flowers and fruit.

mixed lettuces, day 9
lettuce, day 14
hydroponic lettuce, day 23
Mixed lettuces,
Day 9
Day 14 Day 23


My name is Stella. I have 13 years experience with hydroponics, and a little later I will explain my bizarre introduction to this easy way to grow plants. But first…

If you are thinking about getting involved with hydroponics you need to answer these three questions:

1. How are you going to build it?

2. Is there going to be enough space and light?

3. How are you going to maintain it?

 

   Hydroponics How To:
Choosing the right system is the 1st step

combination hydroponics system


Before you start gluing pipe together shouldn’t you decide which system is best for you?

This e-book will take you on a journey, almost like going down a garden path, and help match the right system to your situation.

 


In this comprehensive gardening e-book, you’ll discover…
getting started in hydroponics e-book
  • The quickest, easiest hydroponics system to build. You can get started in hours rather than days and the system is built from common materials so you can save money.
  • 5 ways you can get started in hydroponics on a pauper’s budget. You don’t have to get the most complex system to get incredible results. There are 2 plans that can be built out of common materials you may already have. You can get the rest at Home Depot.
beans taking over Hydro system
  • Which crops to grow and which to stay away from. You can grow just about anything with hydroponics, but some plants will take over, stealing light and space from smaller plants. Here you’ll learn which plants are the smartest, easiest… and tastiest.
  • A Forbidden Hideaway. The last chapter in the book shows you how to create a space in your home to grow plants that nobody will know about. To the outside world you are an ordinary neighbor. But inside “the Grow Box” a different world exists that makes plants grow like crazy.*And don’t miss the bonus secret to supercharging your grow box with CO2.

     

Reach for the light!

   Hydroponics How To:
So what’s the big deal about lighting?

Give your plants the right amount of space and light and they will grow right before your eyes.
HID lamp necessary for hydroponics

Obviously, you know that plants need light to thrive, but don’t you want a lighting system that will fit your situation and fit your budget? There are a number of different ways to get the right amount of light to your plants.

This e-book will show you where the deals are and also what to watch out for. Lighting can be the single greatest expense… and a critical component.

hydroponics thrive under HID lamp
  • Too broke to buy lights? How to get around this roadblock. Hydroponic systems do better in a temperature controlled environment, but there is a way to use hydroponics on the patio- if you will obey this one cardinal rule.
  • The crazy way to get full spectrum lighting. Not only will you save money but your plants will have the closest thing to the sun. Your plants will think the house they live in is actually the Imperial Valley. You will get unbelievable yields- at a fraction of the price.
  • Plants are all the same and have the same requirements. Right? Wrong! If you are only growing lettuce, you may not even need artificial lighting.On the other hand, if you want to grow tomatoes or anything that is going to have flowering buds, then you must provide the necessary amount of light and nutrients so the plants will have plenty of buds or fruit.
lettuce lightbulb

  Hydroponics How To:
I’m a little lazy… how much work is involved?

 

Certainly you knew you would have to do something to keep the plants going. If there were shortcuts that would make maintenance so much easier, would you use them? There are two main things to monitor to ensure a huge harvest.

hydroponic maintenance

Our “Hydroponics how to”
insider secrets include…

ugly bug
  • What you must do to avoid getting eaten alive! Believe it or not, bugs can wreak havoc, even in a spare bedroom. Chapter 14 shows you the easiest methods for keeping them away from your crops.
  • Why organic fertilizers can stunt plant growth. Doesn’t make sense, does it? The trouble with organic fertilizers is they can be wildly inconsistent. If you are eager to use organic, wait till you are a little more experienced. The book will tell you the most potent fertilizer to buy… and where to get it.
beautiful lettuce raft
  • How you can pack “extra wallop” into a lettuce growing season by using hydroponics. Once you learn this trick your family will never be late for dinner again. Chapter 5 has tips to keep the veggies coming one after another, month after month.
  • The magic numbers. Plants will grow best when the temperature is between 65°-78°. If you can keep your plants in this zone, you will have a mind-blowing bounty you can share with friends. The book shows you where heat comes from- and how to get rid of it.


Do you remember your first garden?

Remember how hopeful you were? You prepared the ground, planted the seed, maybe put on a little fertilizer. After a few days the little sprout popped up out of the ground.

What a thrill!

sprouting seed

This ebook is like a seed. It is a different kind of seed. Instead of a tiny speck, it is a plan.

The first step to a hydroponic setup is getting
the know-how and a good set of plans.

By getting this book you will be planting a seed. And enjoying a bountiful harvest.

   Hydroponics How To:
Here’s what you’ll get in this giant e-book:

  • The entire original Hydroponics-Simplified website in PDF form
  • Complete plans for 5 hydroponic mini gardens
  • Detailed instructions for the 5 most user-friendly yet prolific full-sized hydroponics systems we know
  • How to build our original Growbox-Bubbler Unit combo
  • Bonuses, including maintenance schedules, mixing chart, CO2 supplementation, equipment lists and resources- Read all about the cool bonuses at the end of the page.
Getting Started  In Hydroponics


TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1.    Introduction……………………………………3

2.    What is Hydroponics………………………6

   Knowledge is power!

3.    Advantages & Disadvantages…………8

4.    What to grow…………………………………14

5.    Climate requirements……………………24

6.    4 Simple Systems……………………………41

This chapter will get you started fast… and cheaply

7.    Mini Farms………………………………………44

8.    U-Build-It (Full-scale farms)…………52

If you want huge yields..these farms can deliver

9.    Growing Media………………………………57

10.   Hydroponic Solution………………………63

11.   Lighting…………………………………………72

12.   Seeds & Seedlings…………………………80

13.   Plants & Produce……………………………86

14.   Pests & Plagues………………………………94

15.   Troubleshooting ……………………………109

16.   Cheap Supplies/ Contact Us…………114

This chapter will pay for the ebook many times over

17.   MINI FARM PLANS……………………… 115

18.   FULL SIZE PLANS………………………170

19.   GROW BOX & BUBBLER UNIT ………263

    Put this hydroponic farm in a closet!

 

 

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If you could change something about your home, without worry about expense or mess, what would you do?

If you could change something about your home, without worry about expense or mess, what would you do?

I would make my home bigger, brighter and in the middle of nowhere. I’d turn it into a farm/sanctuary with lots and lots of animals and I’d have a massive garden.

Lots of white furniture and bright colors. Go for a minimalist and chic decor. Everything would be organized and I’d have lots of cool kitchen appliances. Oh and a massive fish tank. And a playroom for my animals.

Ooooooh and maybe get a sauna, jacuzzi and indoor pool. Ugh, an indoor, heated pool would be a dream.

The Ultimate Wishlist

gi-list

There are so many things I want in life, but here is the ultimate list:

  1. $150,000 to pay off my student loans
  2. $2 million to buy a home with a farm
  3. Animals… lots and lots of animals in an animal sanctuary
  4. A private jet
  5. A beautiful capsule wardrobe
  6. An indoor, heated pool
  7. A personal trainer
  8. A cure to all my aches and pains
  9. An end to world hunger
  10. PhD funding
  11. A personal hair and makeup artist
  12. A cure for cancer and other life threatening diseases
  13. An end to all wars
  14. A fulfilling career and life
  15. Justice for all

Where would you want to retire to?

Where would you want to retire to?

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Two words: New Zealand

I’m going to get myself a tiny farm with a cute cottage. Get myself a bunch of sheep, donkeys and other friendly animals.

I’m going to learn some Maori and make nice, retired friends and live a carefree retired, Kiwi life.

I’m going to watch Kiwi soaps, go swimming in pretty lakes and leave the world behind.

 

A Home Fit For A Queen

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you live?

 

I’m not sure where I want to live exactly. I know that in an ideal world in the most idealist of situations, I would be able to afford a nice sized, self-sustainable, secluded farm that is far enough from society to make me feel like I’m in my world, but close enough to society so that I can still have quick internet and trips to bakeries or ice cream shops. I want to live in a place that has a temperate climate. Not too hot, not too cold and a nice enjoyment of all four seasons. Plus I want animals. Lots and lots of animals. Dogs, cats, sheep, cows, chickens, donkeys, horses and whatever else I can. Also, I want a tiered garden with almond, fig, grapefruit, pomegranate and banana trees. And lots of flowers.