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Hydroponics, by definition, is a method of growing plants in a water based, nutrient rich solution. Hydroponics does not use soil, instead the root system is supported using an inert medium such as perlite, rockwool, clay pellets, peat moss, or vermiculite. The basic premise behind hydroponics is to allow the plants roots to come in direct contact with the nutrient solution, while also having access to oxygen, which is essential for proper growth. I highly recommend reading through this guide and learning as much as you can about hydroponics before you start your garden. Even if you don’t plan on growing with hydroponics, you can still learn a lot about what plants need in their various stages of growth by reading about the basics of hydroponics. Advantages. Getstart. Welcome to the fascinating world of hydroponic gardening.
The following instructions will guide you through the process of preparing starter cubes, planting seeds or cuttings, as well as mixing and using nutrient solutions. Preparing Starter Cubes Starter cubes are an easy way to start seeds or cuttings. They are used widely in both hydroponic and soil gardening. Starter cubes are made of an inert material, meaning that they provide nothing to the plant and its roots other than support.
Preparing the starter cubes varies with the kind of starter cube you are using. Once the starter cubes are prepared you are ready to plant your seeds or cuttings. The seed cubes should be kept moist but not wet and absolutely never allowed to sit in water.