Hydroponic Micro Gardens
Doesn’t a full hydroponic system sound like a great idea? If you are looking to grow plants within a limited space, you should look for hydroponic micro gardens! Wondering what a hydroponic micro garden is? Let’s find out.
What is a hydroponic micro garden?
Some growers do not have a lot of space for their plants due to numerous reasons. If you are one of those growers, a hydroponic micro garden is a lifesaver.
Be it a closet or a spare room, and you can easily cultivate strong and sturdy plants in tight spaces.
Hydroponic micro gardens are simply hydroponic systems. However, they are much smaller. With just a difference in size, they are pretty much like their larger versions. These micro gardens are an incredible option for growing a particular type of plant. You can have insights about growing microgreens hydroponically by reading our detailed blog.
The hydroponic micro garden propagation process
To ensure a rich harvest, maintain a steady supply of seeds or clones. This is how you can optimize a hydroponic micro garden system for small sites.
Growers can start planting and remove the plant with the starter plug still attached once the plants have hardened in a micro-garden. These plants can still be transplanted into a bigger hydroponic system.
What are the different types of micro gardens?
Micro gardens are simply smaller versions of large hydroponic systems. At Groindoor.com, we offer many of these systems, including the popular aeroponic system, General Hydroponics RainForest Modular 236 - Vortex Sprayer. Besides, we also feature micro ebb and flow systems on our website. For a highly-functional mini drainage system, we have the Hydrofarm Mega Garden System.
One most sought-after options with all combined systems (deep water culture, feeding, and aeroponics) are the Super Closet SuperPonics 16 Plant Hydroponic Grow System. You can opt for this to achieve maximizing yield. You can use the system to grow up to forty plants.
Are you having doubts about micro gardening? Call our experienced staff at 866-GRO-INDR to get answers to your questions, or drop by our learning center to get more information on growing hydroponically.