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Growing Veggies Through Hydroponics

SNAP Hydroponics Lettuce Deep Water Culture

Heirloom Yugoslavian Red lettuce grown hydroponically and ready for harvest.

There’s nothing more gratifying than the feeling of having on the table something you’ve worked hard for. May it be a fine dish you cooked for the last 3 hours the whole family loves or a box of the best pizza in town from your first hard earned bonus or paycheck. Putting in hard work and patience truly adds the thrill and excitement of seeing your friends or family enjoy something you’ve prepared for them.

There’s something truly delightful with having to pick fresh fruits and vegetables from the yard or by the window. Especially if this garden tree or plant was something you’ve taken cared of for weeks, months or even years before you can harvest anything. No supermarket or grocery can beat the freshness of that. It could be a citrus fruit or herb you just added to what you’re cooking or a lettuce that makes a great salad. Regardless of what you pick, you know it was still hanging on the tree or it was still in a pot a few minutes ago and you will be having the freshest bounty nature has to offer.

People living in the city have the same dilemma on the topic of plants and gardening. Traditional gardening or farming requires soil, fertilizers and a rake to clear out the weeds and dried leaves. Hydroponics has solved this problem many years ago. Way back before man ever invented the oven toaster. It’s basically gardening without soil. It may sound odd at first but way back during 1800’s, people have started using this method of farming. Back in WWII, soldiers who were deployed in South Pacific islands and harsh environments were able to sustain themselves by adding fresh vegetables to their diet because they were able to grow plants through hydroponics. In other words, the technology has been there and has proven its worth. It has been used by people around the world. The technology has developed for so many years that we can now enjoy gardening even if we live in the city where space is limited.

Leafy vegetables, tomatoes, pepper and herbs just to name a few can be grown through hydroponics. Basic materials are all you need. A container to hold water, some seedlings and a bottle of hydroponics fertilizer like SNAP is all you need to start your urban garden. So start your hydroponics garden now and get your green thumb a workout.

7 Responses to “Growing Veggies Through Hydroponics”

  1. January 15th, 2014 at 5:29 pm

    sally says:

    i have grown vegetables for years and i know for a fact how hard and yet how satisfying it is. there’s nothing like growing your own veggies. and there’s nothing more heavenly than munching on fresh lettuce or big, juicy tomatoes.

    i have done it the traditional way.. meaning on soil.now i’m embarking on this snap hydroponics way. wish me luck guys. and thanks for the info.

  2. March 18th, 2015 at 10:59 pm

    lhitz says:

    Where can i buy the snap fertilizer qnd how much is it?

  3. July 9th, 2015 at 3:36 pm

    aubrey says:

    Hi,

    Anyone who is doing indoor hydroponics? We are producers of led grow lights which are great for supplemental lighting.

  4. November 21st, 2015 at 8:16 am

    Joel says:

    Where can i buy the Snap hydrophonic solution and how much? Can I also have their contacts so i can call them for other querries. Hoping for your prompt
    Response. Big TY.

  5. March 10th, 2016 at 8:23 am

    Roderic Maque says:

    Hello,
    I’ve been reading and seeing a lot of articles regarding hydrophonics which all became too interesting to me.Apart from having limited space and most of my surrounding is concrete,I’m also a vegetable lover.So I wanted to grow my own veggies and serve it fresh for my family.
    I wanted to know how or where I can purchase all necessary stuffs to start this hydrophonics.
    Hoping for your quick reply so I can begin the soonest.

    Thanks!
    Eric

  6. April 9th, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Earl Anthony Mendoza says:

    Hi Im also interested in ouchasing your system here in Quezon City. Is there a local supplier here?

  7. September 15th, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Salve says:

    Good day! where can I buy the SNAP Solution? I am here in DasmariƱas Cavite

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