Do you want to learn how to build and manage the hydroponic and Raised Bed system? If yes, then keep reading
Now, what if it's winter, you may ask? Or what if you live in a desert climate? Or an arctic one? How can you possibly grow a garden if you live surrounded by snow for most of the year?
The answer is, you can do it hydroponically. Even if you do not have a yard or the weather outside is not proper for growing a garden, you have the added benefit of all sorts of technological advancements that have made it entirely possible for you to be able to grow a garden in any climate. In fact, gardening has even been done on the International Space Station-literally out of this world?
You may be wondering how this works, and the answer is through hydroponics. When you make use of hydroponic gardening, you are foregoing the need for soil. This means that you can garden just about anywhere. You could grow watermelon indoors if you had space to accommodate for it. You could grow strawberries in the middle of winter in the mountains indoors. You could grow those tomatoes in the Arctic Circle, despite the snow on the ground. All because you do not need soil to grow, you are able to make your growing incredibly flexible.
This book covers:
- Hydroponic Gardening
- Hydroponics System
- Build Your Hydroponic System
- Start a Hydroponic System
- Parts and Features of Hydroponics Garden
- Common Problems in Hydroponic System
- Global Hydroponic Market and Commercial Hydroponic Production
- Hydroponics vs Aquaponics
- Postharvest Handling Systems
- Hydroponic Application Factors
...And much more
Raised bed gardening
Are you looking for a guide for building your own raised bed gardening' Then keep reading....
Raised bed gardening is a type of gardening where the dirt is framed in beds, which can be of any length or shape, however are for the most part around 3-4 feet wide. The dirt is raised over the ground and is normally encased by a casing made of wood, rock, or solid squares, and might be improved with fertilizer.
The vegetable plants in a raised bed garden are divided in geometric examples, a lot nearer together than in traditional line gardening. The dividing is with the end goal that when the vegetables are completely developed, their leaves scarcely contact one another, making a microclimate in which weed development is stifled and dampness is monitored.
Raised bed gardens are frequently the establishment of square-foot gardening, a technique for planting plants in frameworks.
Raised beds furnish the producer with an assortment of advantages. For instance, they broaden the planting season. They can likewise lessen weeds whenever structured and planted appropriately and they diminish the need to utilize poor local soil. Since the plant specialist doesn't stroll on the raised beds, the dirt isn't compacted and the roots have a simpler time developing.
This book covers:
- Raised Bed Gardening
- Building and Planning
- Everything About Soil
- How to Protect Your Plants
- Growing Vertically in Raised Beds
- Combinations for Companion Planting
- Harvesting and Storing Your Crops
- Supplies and Materials
- Maintaining Your Bed Raised Garden
- The Proper Placement of Raised Bed Gardens
- Natural Methods To Resolve Crop Infestation
- A Different Kind of Bed Gardening
- Over-Wintering Your Raised Beds
- Going Organic
- Frequently Asked Questions
...And much more