Monthly Archives: April 2013

Small-scale Kratky Method Test

As an experiment, I placed a few Thai basil cuttings into a small bottle filled with tap water. Once first roots appeared a few weeks later, I moved one of the cuttings into a simple non-circulation hydroponic set-up: The plant … Continue reading

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Hydroculture Mini-Garden

Below are a few images of plants that I’ve successfully grown indoors using hydroculture – a simple form of passive hydroponics consisting of a plant container filled with clay balls partially submerged in a nutrient solution, thus creating zones of … Continue reading

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From soil gardening to non-circulation hydroponics

Let me say right from the start that I have nothing against growing plants plants the good-old time-tested way – in simple pots filled with good quality soil. As a matter of fact, most plants that I grow outside, on … Continue reading

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