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Hydroponic farming

Updated: Apr 22

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Hydroponic farming is a method of growing plants without soil, using nutrient-rich water instead. The Latin word hydroponics means “working water". It’s a great way to grow food indoors or in areas with limited access to fertile soil. Hydroponic systems can come in many different forms, from simple setups like a single bucket with an airstone to more complex setups that incorporate lights, timers, and automated nutrient delivery. Some of the advantages of hydroponic gardening and farming include faster growth rates, higher yields, and the ability to grow crops year-round. Additionally, because hydroponic systems can be used indoors, they are often used by people living in cities or regions with harsh climates who are looking to grow their own food, for example in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

hydroponic pots

Hydroponic pots play an important role in any successful hydroponic gardening and farming system. They provide a setting that replicates the environmental conditions plants need to grow, stable containment for growing media, and assistance with healthy plant development and growth.