Hydroponics Goes Organic
Aurora, Colorado, June 24, 2008 - Today it’s tomatoes, last year it was spinach. The safety of our produce is an issue and the idea of starting a home garden is becoming more and more attractive.
A small garden can be a bit of work but it has its rewards. There are a lot of ways to go about it. Prepare a small patch in your garden, put some containers on your porch, or even set up a small hydroponics garden. It’s amazing how much food a small garden can produce to feed you and your family.
Organic is foremost in people’s mind. On a small scale, growing organically isn’t too hard. You want to use organic nutrients and as few pesticides as possible and those should be organic.
Botanicare™, a leading provider of nutrients, has just come out with a line of certified organic nutrients called Organicare™. Now you can easily have an organic garden and the products are made to use not only with soil but hydroponics, also. The ingredients are eco-friendly and people-friendly, and with the full line of applications, your plants will get the nutrition they need for the ultimate harvest and taste.
Dan Hartsough of The Big Tomato (www.thebigtomato.com) in Aurora, Colorado thinks Organicare will be a big boon to hydroponic gardening, both for the home gardener and the commercial growers. “The U.S. is way behind the rest of the world in hydroponics. Now greenhouse growers who grow hydroponically can have the best of both worlds and grow organically with OMRI Certified organic nutrients. This is great for our customers who will enjoy increased yields and overall better quality produce while being organic.”
More and more, people are looking into hydroponics, especially for fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Plants that do well grown in water—actually a nutrient-rich solution—include strawberries, tomatoes, peppers, beans, lettuce and basil.
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