Hydroponic Society Open Morning

Hydroponic Gardening Society Open Morning- come and learn how to grow your own food with hydroponics. Sunday 17th of May 2015  10.00 am till noon- morning tea provided Highett Neighborhood Community House 2 Livingston Street, Highett VIC 3190 SPECIAL PRESENTATION WORLD LEADERS IN LIGHTWEIGHT SUSTAINABLE GREEN WALLS The green wall system features a series of […]

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Request a speaker

  Perhaps you’re a garden club or community group and may have an interest in gardening without soil. We have an experienced speaker who can share his knowledge and experience in home hydroponic gardening. Peter concluding a presentation on gardening without soil to the Glen Iris Garden Club. There are no fees for booking a […]

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Economics of Hydroponics

The hydroponic food production industry is expanding at a rate that is set to outpace the 2014 International Monetary Fund estimate of global growth by 80%. Hydroponic systems are being deployed to grow key vegetable and fruit production worldwide. Agriculture is traditionally a conservative business, but with the benefits of higher yield with lower inputs, […]

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Is Aquaponics Right For You?

  AQUAPONICS AT HOME Would you like to push your garden to the next level? Aquaponics is the combination of aquaculture (raising fish) and hydroponics (growing plants without soil) together in an integrated system. The fish waste provides organic food for the plants and the plants naturally filter the water in which the fish live. […]

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Growing Capsicum in Victoria

I will not discuss the subject of climate change here as the Politicians and the ABC have said all there is on the subject, however I will tell you one thing and that is that you cannot fool Tomatoes, Capsicum, Basil and so on as they will grow when 3 basic things are available in […]

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Beneficial Microbes For Hydroponics

  Beneficial bacteria have been shown to increase the availability of nutrients and moisture required for plant growth, while improving soil structure. They provide a biological connection between roots and nutrients present in the soil. A popular brand has been used to grow a 907.2kg pumpkin in 2012! • Helps roots use more nutrients. • […]

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