Soilless Gardening, is it possible?

Gardening has been around for as long as the start of the human family. We use the old age soil, water, and sunlight to produce food in our own backyard. But can this centuries-old technique get any more innovative?

“Hydroponic Gardening, the new agricultural craze.”

The earth may be 70 percent water but that does not compensate for the clean water we all need. Other than water for drinking, hitting the shower, laundry, and housekeeping. We also need it for our garden. These plants provide not just a color scheme of our homes, but also for the supply of basic fruits and veggies we all need. With that in mind, water supply is another problem we have yet to answer.

Water scarcity has been an issue of humanity for centuries. And agriculture is affected greatly by this. The scarcity leaves us with less produce, therefore, affecting the inflating economy day by day. The solution? Hydroponic Gardening.

It dates back for thousands of years, in fact, The hanging Gardens of Babylon and The Floating Gardens of China are two of the earliest examples of hydroponics gardening. With this, scientists started experimenting with soilless gardening around 1950. By that time, several countries adopted the method such as Holland, Germany, and Australia. But why is such a great method that most countries nowadays joined the trend?

Hydroponic Gardening is an innovation made to overcome such need for plants to grow with less water. The process goes with water consistently circulates evenly to every plant. With tubes for the water to pass through. The crops are less prone to soil pests fewer problems with bug infestations, funguses, and disease. Therefore avoiding pesticides. Resulting in more crop yields to supply the growing demand for food. Fantastic Idea! Don’t you think?

How can I support this brilliant innovation?

Upon discovering this method. Many farmers from across the globe started practicing this technique. The innovation-led to better results. The growth rate on a hydroponic plant is 30-50 percent faster than a soil plant, grown under the same conditions.  MYPS Hydroponic Garden is one of the producers of hydroponic products in the country. The products we offer are all from the result of innovative gardening. We aim to supply quality produce to restaurants, hotels, and even for your kitchen to enjoy. Just click those buttons and send us your greetings!

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