How to Grow Hydroponic Corn and System Setup

Corn can be grown hydroponically either indoors or out. Corn consumes a lot of vertical space, so that of course should be considered if planning to grow it indoors. Anticipate that the corn stalks will reach seven feet in height. You’ll not only need the 7-foot clearance, but an adequate separation between the grow lights … Read more

Hydroponic Saffron – Grow Saffron Hydroponically

Saffron is the Worlds most expensive spice, some varieties sell for as high as $1500 per lb [1], even the common household version of Spanish Saffron from McCormick is currently selling for 17.92 per Oz. That’s a hefty price for an herb. The only other herbs you can grow, that attain anywhere near that price are … Read more

DIY Hydroponic Mushrooms: How to Grow Mushrooms Hydroponically

Mushrooms can be grown hydroponically, in a very similar fashion to that used for conventional rooting plants. Mushrooms do not have roots but can still thrive in a soil-less hydroponic media. They actually mature and produce faster than either conventionally cultivated mushrooms or other standard hydroponic crops. Fungus, which is what a mushroom actually is, … Read more

How to Prune Strawberries and When to Cut Back

As your strawberries begin to grow, you’ll need to keep up with the maintenance. This will involve pruning and cutting back the runners. When to Cut Back Strawberries? Remove the flower stalks of June-bearing strawberry plants as they appear throughout the first growing season. More production can be expected if the plants are allowed to … Read more

How to Grow Hydroponic Cucumbers Indoors and Outdoors

When it comes to growing cucumbers hydroponically, it can be indoors or out. It’s important to note, that some cucumbers will lend themselves better to being grown in a hydroponic system. Let’s get started learning how to plant cucumbers in your hydroponic system and what the requirements are for growing them. Quick Reference pH range … Read more

How to Dry Ground Cherries

Ground Cherries are siblings to tomatillos and cape gooseberries, and cousins of tomatoes. If you’ve grown them in the past you are well aware that under the correct conditions and tutelage from you, a bumper crop is easily obtained. I like eating them raw just as they are, or in salads, but at times there … Read more

How To Grow Hydroponic Broccoli

Broccoli can be a tad tricky to grow hydroponically, like its cousins kale, spinach, peas and Brussels sprouts it is a cold weather crop that does not fare well in higher temperatures. Following germination, the temperature should be 50 – 60°F. maximum. The broccoli will still grow at higher temperatures, but sadly you’ll discover that … Read more

How to Grow Hydroponic Carrots

Carrots can be grown indoors hydroponically all year around. Here you will find answers to commonly asked questions for hydroponic carrots as well as tips for starting, planting, growing, and harvesting your carrots. Hundreds of carrot varieties exist. There are 4 primary groups Imperator, Nantes, Danvers, and Chantenay. You’ll need to do some basic research … Read more

How to Grow Hydroponic Strawberries

A major advantage to growing strawberries hydroponically is having fresh strawberries that you can harvest throughout the year. And if your strawberry plant should yield more strawberries than you can eat, you can always freeze or preserve any excess production. Below you’ll find information on how to grow hydroponic Strawberries. Learn about lighting, nutrients, pollinating, … Read more

How to Grow Hydroponic Hot Peppers. Chiles, Jalapeno, Tabasco, Carolina Reaper

Growing hydroponic hot peppers can be a tad burdensome. There are several issue which plague hydroponic gardeners with this type of crop. The most common is flower drop. Once you’ve mastered some of the stumbling blocks associated with growing peppers hydroponically you will find that they give you a more robust and healthy plant, as … Read more