Hydroponic gardening allows you to take control of your life growing fresh, healthy produce year round with relative ease in the comfort of your home, without the hassles and high prices of grocery stores and farmers markets…putting the power of self-sufficiency and sustainability in your hands. Here are 3.5 life extending reasons you should be talking about hydroponic gardening.
1. Hydroponic Gardening Can End Hunger…Period
Hydroponic grown vegetation is believed to have preceded soil grown vegetation in our oceans dating back to the creation of the earth. In fact, the Egyptians, Inca Indian tribes, the Aztecs, and the ancient Babylonians all practiced hydroponic gardening. Today we can see hydroponic gardening re-merging in third world nations as governments scramble in an effort to provide nutritional food supplies in arid lands. It is fairly obvious hydroponic gardening will become a primary source of agriculture in the future.
Hydroponic gardening gives everyone, regardless of location, the ability to grow more than enough food to meet their needs in relatively small areas for a fraction of the cost with minimal effort. This prevents improving or rebuilding a flawed infrastructure and affords individuals and families without access to fresh food the ability grow fresh, healthy fruits and vegetable year round without aid or expenditure from respective governments.
2. Hydroponic Gardening Can Help You Eat Healthier and Live Longer
Hydroponic gardening provides an irrefutable, sustainable solution to buying overpriced, dated produce. Fresh produce means you’re not only eating healthier by growing your own fruits and vegetables but you are also saving money by only harvesting food when it’s time to eat.
Did you know? Indoor hydroponic gardening means using a controlled hydroponic gardening environment minimizes pests and eliminates the need for toxic herbicides and pesticides and affords you with year round crop production with twice the growth rate of traditional gardening.
3. Hydroponic Gardening Can Save You $2,000 per Year
According to the National Resource Defense Control (NRDC) the average family spends approximately $150 every week on groceries and throws $150 of unused groceries out with the trash every month. That means the average American family is throwing away $2,000 every year.
Hydroponic gardening provides a real sustainable solution to buying overpriced, dated produce. Fresh produce means you’re not only saving money by growing your own fruits and vegetables but you are also saving money by only harvesting food when it’s time to eat.
3.5 Hydroponic Gardening…
Requires a small amount of effort and a few dollars to set up a hydroponic garden. Hydroponic gardening systems can be an excellent hobby and provide hours of fun and enjoyment, but for many hydroponic gardening enthusiasts, the real enjoyment begins with eating fresh fruits and vegetables grown using their very own home hydroponic garden.
Start growing fresh food, year-round, with a hydroponic gardening system made from common household items. The simplest hydroponic gardening system can consist of nothing more than a 5 gallon bucket, an air stone, and air pump. Start with an eco-friendly Deep Water Hydroponic Gardening system using our simple step by step DIY Hydroponic Gardening Builder’s Guide.
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