Wouldn’t it be great if you could harvest your favourite crop of fruit or vegetables all year round? If you’re a western hemisphere gardener imagine having freshly grown and hand picked lettuce, tomato or strawberries on Christmas Day or a Mid January murky Wednesday? Imagine no more – Get a hydroponic closet.
You can grow your hydroponic fruit and vegetables in small indoor, controlled environments using hydroponic gardening methods. This is of course great news for novices and keen traditional gardeners alike. No matter how bad the weather , no matter how challenging outside conditions are, growing plants the hydroponic way is easy, cheap and hassle free. What’s more, you don’t even need fertilizers or chemicals, or even experience as their are plenty of good hydroponic guides to help you (I will point you in the direction of one of them later). ydroponics wholesaler
When considering a hydroponics closet you basically have 2 choices:
- Make your own
- Buy a commercial model
Many people make their own hydroponic closet as of course it’s the cheapest way to start and you can make it as big or as small as you wish and can make it fit into the exact space you have earmarked for the project. There are plenty of online and offline guides to help you if you want to go this route.
If however you want to buy an off the shelf hydroponic closet [http://thehomebusinessventure.com/hydroponiccloset.html] this too is very easy. There are a multitude of designs and price ranges from the very basic couple of hundred dollars up to a couple of thousand dollars with all the fancy trimmings.
Which route you choose for your closet is of course a personal (and financial) decision. Nevertheless, it is a decision you won’t regret, especially when you pick and taste your first crop.