DIY Hydroponics by Authors & Editors of Instructables

DIY Hydroponics

By Authors & Editors of Instructables

  • Release Date: 2010-12-20
  • Genre: Gardening
Score: 4
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Description

Hydroponics gives you full step-by-step instructions for 18 projects to get your indoor harvest growing.  Learn how to get started in the field of hydroponics with projects that range from beginner to fully automated watering systems with grow lights.  All projects come from Instructables.com, are written by home-growing experts, and contain pictures for each step so you can get growing today!

Reviews

  • Awesome read

    5
    By MattyPants25
    Very instructional and helpful for new and old growers.
  • A Book of Stuff Available Free Online

    1
    By kraythe
    I don't normally write bad reviews but I am making an exception because I feel ripped off. There is nothing here that can't be gained for free on the instructibles web site. Get google and save your money for something more worthwhile.
  • Good book

    5
    By LoveToGrow
    I liked it, good buy has some good do it yourself hydroponics if your looking for a cheaper way then buying it at the store. Step-by-step process laid out clear and easy to do. I recommend this book to people who can work a saw and hammer and have so patients to make the system for you for a fare price.
  • Grow great tomatoes

    5
    By wadewilgus
    This is a great set of cheap DIY hydroponics systems. Don't want to spend $150 just to try it on eight plants? Get this ebook and head to the hardware store and kill an afternoon gardening. There are similar guides online, but this is a well-curated guide without anybody trying to sell you something. Plus, there are high-quality pics included in these guides. If you're an instructables pro member, you'd get these guides for $2/month. This guide is cheaper than subscribing, has better pics than the used book store offerings, and is way cheaper (and less intimidating) than making a trip to the hydro store. Worth it.

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