Got an Aerogarden and want to take a vacation? Aerovoir Review

Add the Aerogarden reservoir and know that you can be away for up to two weeks without watering.   Once you have started with the Aerogarden you become addicted to it. Watching your plants growing quickly, using the fresh herbs in your cooking, to the delight of your family – you don’t know what you …

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Growing Hydroponic Basil – one of the easiest herbs to grow

Basil ( ocimum basilicum) is a plant some of us cannot do without.Growing Hydroponic Basil means that you get a faster growing, more flavoursome, healthier plant. Herbs grown hydroponically, cut and added to your cooking will enhance your dishes in a way not experienced before. Basics So growing basil in a hydroponics system. What do …

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My Experience with the Aerogarden Classic ( Aerogarden long term review)

My find A number of years ago, I forget how many now, I came across theAerogarden 7 pod unit. Now the Aerogarden Classic. I was starting to get into hydroponics and had tried a few systems outdoors and wanted a system for indoor gardening. I managed to find a cheap one on ebay and bought …

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Hydroponic Systems: What Types are there?

What are Hydroponic systems? Hydroponic systems are a method of growing plants without soil. Or more strictly with ‘working water’, but it mainly means any system which does not use soil. There are several different hydroponic systems. These include deep water culture (DWC), nutrient film technique(NFT), aeroponics, flood and drain or ebb and flow, wick …

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