6 Green Kitchen Garden Concepts That Let You Bring the Outdoors Inside You might think that gardens are only for outdoor plots or window boxes, but these kitchen gardens prove that innovative designers are already scheming solutions to bring lush landscapes indoors. The cheapest way to eat more organic vegetables is to grow them on your own, and these concepts are integrated directly into your kitchen to make the process seamless. While most of these kitchen garden concepts are in the design phases, they pose great promise for the future of indoor gardening. Kitchen Nano Garden, Hyundai Engineering & Construction and Gromo This design by Hyundai Engineering & Construction designers Hyunjung Lee, Jaeyong Park, Changjin Shon and Seulki Park and Gromo designer Ill-woong Kwon is a hydroponic kitchen garden with built-in lighting and customizable nutrient controls. Since plants absorb carbon dioxide and emit oxygen, the Kitchen Nano Garden doubles as an air purifier.
Indoor herb garden ideas for decoration - small garden ideas Are u planning to decorate your kitchen with a small indoor herb garden? Lets start making an indoor herb garden to grow herbs like basil, mint, oregano, dill or thyme. These 21 indoor herb garden ideas will help you to get inspiration to start a small herb garden and at the same time it adds decoration to your home. Let me classify these herb garden ideas into 4 categories. Vertical herb garden.Hanging herb garden.Window sill herb garden.Kitchen herb garden. This classification is based on the location of your garden.
5 New Solutions For Growing Healthy Produce Indoors Jeffery Green | Activistpost | Feb 25th 2014 An increasing number of people are moving into urban environments and away from traditional agriculture. As a consequence, those who have a mind for self-sufficiency can find themselves falling short. Storable foods are of course an important part of every emergency prepper’s pantry, but storable foods are not a sound long-term solution that contain optimal nutrition. Water Use Efficiency in Hydroponics and Aquaponics Water conservation an increasing concern Especially in the drought-ridden west, water conservation is a topic of increasing concern. You've recently heard about water in the news, across social media, and among friends - not just from farmers. Drought conditions and lack of water impacts agriculturalists, municipalities, industries, and individuals. So how can hydroponic and aquaponic systems reduce water loss, increase water use efficiency, and use water more sustainably?
Inspiring Community of Iberia, Louisiana Small communities all around the country are not waiting around for authorities and Big Ag to change their ways – they’re already empowered to BE THE CHANGE. Dylan Ratigan | Feb 27 2014 The 21st Century Renaissance is dependent on individuals proactively making a difference. It has been an inspiration for me to meet seemingly ordinary people making remarkable impacts on their communities. How to: WF Version 2.0 Standing AirLift Mini (SAM) These are UPDATED instructions that show you how to make a ‘mini’ 1 hour build- The easiest, cheapest, smallest windowfarm. Gets you started on hydroponics ASAP! This version is designed to be easy to assemble for folks who want to try out a windowfarm but are not quite ready to build the structure needed for larger windowfarms.
What is Hydroponic growing? - Growth Technology Hydroponics is a subset of hydroculture, which is the growing of plants in a soil less medium, or an aquatic based environment. Hydroponic growing uses mineral nutrient solutions to feed the plants in water, without soil. For those of us who love growing plants these are exciting times indeed. We are no longer limited by climate or by season in the pursuit of our harmless pleasures. We can now grow virtually any plant at virtually any time of the year – the only limitation is our imagination.
The Underground, Year Round, Ever Growing Greenhouse! Source: Openhand Make no mistake, the world is coming into major transition and change. Economies are inflating like helium filled balloons, debt is escalating like runaway trains and it’s unlikely to be long before big shifts happen. If not the back end of this year, then I would say certainly in the next three. That’s why growing your own food is important, especially as GMO, chemtrails and pesticides continue to decimate topsoils and contaminate the food chain. You don’t need much, a window sill will do, or a balcony that gets some sun.