A Message to People Wishing to Start Hydroponics but Doesn’t Know Where to Begin
You don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars on creating your first hydroponic system. Because $35 is more than enough, to begin withYou don’t need a large space to build your hydroponic system. Because with just one square meter is all you’ll needYou don’t need a ton of experience or be an indoor gardening expert to start hydroponics. Because it’s easier to set it up than you think and anyone can do itThese are just a few of harmful lies and myths that keep you do-it-yourselfers people from ever setting up the hydroponic systems you truly desireYou, too, can now teach yourself to be an accomplished hydroponic grower-right at home- in half the usual timeGardenfluencer Tech provides a step-by-step guide of setting up these hydroponic systems at your home, how to get started, the equipment needed, what to do and what to avoid, and most importantly, how to maintain your plantsAnd a report in Scientia Horticulture shows that fruits and plant growth in these hydroponic systems have a 36% increase in production, easy to build, low-cost and are organicThis book will allow you to learn all the basics skills of this technology. Best of all, you’ll discover how to build a reliable and sustainable hydroponic system that will produce the nutritious vegetables/ plant in no timeHere’s just a tiny fraction of what you’ll discover in this book:
- A concise, step-by-step instruction on how to build the 6 most popular hydroponic systemsin your home (stating their difficulty level)
- Myths that tend to hold people back from successfully building a hydroponic system (we debunk more than 5 such myths!)
- What Hydroponic has to offer to you vs soil growing and why it also can grow indoor and outdoor for your home
- How to build a hydroponic system with just less than $101.45…some system cost much less!
- How you can start growing your hydroponic plants with seeds (3 simple tips you can implement right away, to begin with )
- The top 13 plants to grow in hydroponic system
- Everything you could ever want to know about the 7 types of hydroponic lights (get these and you don’t need anything else)
- Well over 10 minerals you need to know for healthy growth and help you succeed in whichever hydroponic system you choose to pursue (Hydroponic Nutrients, macro and micro elements included)
- How to determine which pH values are for your hydroponic plants that allows you to securely maintain and manage your hydroponic system
- Analysis of 8 potential plant growth influencing factors when your hydroponic system is failing
- Can’t get rid of your algae growth and pest in your plant? Wrong. And we’ll show you how
- Discover how to start building each individual hydroponic system with cheap materials and without the need of purchasing an already made system
and much, much more!
Take a second to imagine how you’ll feel once you see your hydroponic system has been put together, and notice your hydroponics plants start producing in 3 weeksAnd bear in mind no matter which hydroponic system you choose, the cost on setting it up will be cheap and affordableSo even if you’ve failed with every hydroponic system before or is a beginner, this book is simple, easy to follow on learning hydroponicsBONUS MATERIALS FOR READERS!In this hydroponic book, you’ll get a hydroponic table that contains the pH value, conductivity factor, EC value and PPM for 32 plants at the end of the bookAnd if you want to discover the easiest way to set up your hydroponic system in less than 24 hours, then scroll up and click “add to cart”
- There are a number of reasons why this purchase disappointed me:
1) While it is over 100 pages in length, this is mainly because it is printed in a ridiculously large font that is more appropriate for a children’s book. It also has large side margins. I used these tricks in high school to meet the minimum page requirements for a term paper when I didn’t have enough quality content.
2) Their “free” bonus (A Cheat Sheet of 10 Unrestricted Indoor gardening Tips) is a bit misleading, since the link takes you to a page where you have to input your email address. You have to pay with information and it’s restricted to those with a valid email address.
3) Chapter 1 (Introduction) has some basic illustrations to demonstrate the concept of the different types of hydroponic systems, but these schematics are not detailed enough to help a beginner actually build any of the systems. Chapter 2 (Building a Hydroponic System) is supposed to give the reader detailed instructions on how to build these systems, but the instructions are pretty vague. For example, they state that you will need “a pot with some drainage holes” and “a knife” and “some slow release fertilizer”. The instructions are equally vague: “If you have a brick, then smash it up and place the pieces inside the watertight container.”
Incredibly, there are no pictures or illustrations in this chapter!! This is extremely user-unfriendly. I know they can put them in here because the authors have chosen to include black and white photos of lettuce, tomatoes, and radishes in their later chapters instead. ARE YOU KIDDING ME? They are not even photographed in the context of a hydroponic system! They are simply some generic photos of ripe vegetables. I assure you that the reader knows what a tomato looks like.
Easy to understand, datails that don’t drag on simple direct with photos to.help. you understand. Gives you a few different options and you can even customize it for your needs