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Hydroponics for the Home Gardener
Hydroponics is using mineral nutrient solutions instead of soil to grow plants. This technique was discovered in the 1800's and found that soil wasn't essential to plant growth. The soil acts as a reservoir for water and mineral nutrient. The nutrients from the soil dissolves in water and is absorbed by the plant. But if the nutrients are added to water the soil isn't needed. Most plants will grow this way and Hydroponics is easy to learn.
Hydroponics makes it easy to product food for several reasons. No soil is needed. The water can be reused, which lower water costs. Nutrition costs are also low since the levels can be controlled. No nutrition pollution. The plant production is stable and high.
Pests and diseases are easier to control because the plant containers can be moved. Over all it is a good system if used responsibility. Unfortunately Hydroponics is also used to grow indoor Marijuana.
Hydroponics, despite some of the misuses has been a great benefit to humanity. Crops can be grown where it isn't possible to grow them naturally like in the cities or in areas like deserts and rocky land where the soil isn't usable. People can use Hydroponics to grow food on their roofs or window boxes and not worry about weeds.
Hydroponics grown indoors can produce consistence crops out of season. Most people can learn the techniques and turn their house into a garden. Below you will find all the resources you need to get started.
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In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep