Question by  Doug61 (12)

How do you grow plants in hydroculture?

I know that it hydrocultrue is an easier way to water your plants.


Answer by  sharpe72 (214)

One starts with a rooted cutting, and place it in a pebble filled container. Fill with water and fertilize as needed. Best starter one for this is lucky bamboo.


Answer by  beck (1099)

Hydroculture is a method of growing plants without soil. They are grown in water- thus the name hydroculture. Nutrients and water are circulated around the roots of the plants, providing the necessary minerals and water for plant growth. This is primarily done indoors, in greenhouses, to prevent water loss due to evaporation.


Answer by  Cassandradalla (228)

Hydroculture involves raising plants in water, not soil;it is necessary to invest in basic equipment to engage in this horticultural practice. You might consider buying a commercially available starter kit.


Answer by  hyperkid (470)

the best way to grow plants in hydroculture (water) is to get rid of the dirt all together. Have a pot with slots which will make it easier for the roots to spread and grow.


Answer by  Kath (1537)

All you need is rooted cuttings placed in a stone or pebble filled container. Add water and fertilizer. You want to grow inside to prevent the loss of water due to evaporation.


Answer by  saturno (325)

The objective of using hydroculture for growing plants is the use of water instead of soil, the water contains a mix of elements that nourish to the plant and it can be recirculating

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