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Growing Vegetables Hydroponically

Posted by Aussie Globe on 7/15/2014

It seems that eating healthy foods means a larger grocery bill. You may love your fruits and veggies, but the cost of buying them makes you avoid that section in the grocery store. If you want the foods that are so good for you but not the prices, growing your own is the way to go. What can you grow, you ask? You can grow tomatoes, green peppers, eggplants, cucumbers, green beans, squash (needs room), melons (needs room), broccoli and cauliflower, cabbage and bok choy, lettuces, spinach, chard, peas, green onions and carrots. You can have some or all of your favorites.

Even if you don’t have a big patch of dirt to grow a traditional garden, you can still enjoy garden vegetables. Hydroponically grown foods not only taste better and are more nutritional and you can change the properties of your food and monitor what goes into it. You can also grow more in less space.

Hydroponic systems can be purchased or made by hand. Using the UNISEAL in your hydroponic system will provide you with a high quality and tight seal. Growing hydroponically will give you great tasting food without the high costs of store bought products.

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