Hydroponics and "vertical gardening" utilize soil less methods to provide nutrients to plants, typically in a controlled environment. This sections contains hydroponics information for the home gardener.
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- Hydroponics Online Hydroponics tutorials, forum, free garden designs and descriptions plus photos and grower bulletin boards.
- Practical Hydroponics Magazine An Australian bi-monthly hydroponics magazine with a handful of free articles for online reference.
- Gardenweb Hydroponics Forum Forum for hydroponic discussions catering to home hobbyists.
- Hydroponic Gardening - Maximum Yield Web version of a how-to hydroponic gardening and indoor gardening bi-monthly magazine. Offers articles, special features, contests, contact information, availability and archives.
- Simply Hydroponics - Hydroponic University A series of basic tutorials, FAQs, free system plans, and contact information for detailed questions.
- Simple Sand Hydroponics Explains how to build a home hydroponics system, covering hardware supplies, media, nutrients, and tips for success.
- The Weedless Garden Pictures and descriptions of indoor and outdoor systems devised by a hobbyist.
- Hydroponics Wiki A basic, encyclopedia style explanation of hydroponics for the complete beginner.
- Dave's Hydroponics experiments A Hydroponics hobby site detailing the experiences of a beginner as he becomes a seasoned hydroponics gardener. Some system designs, ideas and general hydroponic information.
- Abigal Gordon's Home Hydroponics Basic guide to operating a garden.
- Floating Hydroponic Gardens How to construct and operate a floating hydroponic garden using a variety of ancient wisdom and new technology.
- DIY Hydroponics Provides illustrated articles on growing plants and vegetables hydroponically.
Paul's Hydroponic and NFT Growing Page
Practical information and experiences from a hobby grower. Including introductions on the various growing methods available.
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