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Hydroponics at home

Discussion in 'Holistic Farming' started by neena303, Feb 8, 2018.

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  1. neena303

    neena303 New Member

    Hi,

    I am doing a survey regarding whether Hydroponics is financially beneficial for households to invest in. this is done for research that I have to do in school. No personal information will be asked only the questions referring to the topic.

    I would greatly appreciate it if you could possibly find the time to fill in the form for me.
    Thank You!
    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1...JdQeRUPCa2e8cQ/viewform?usp=sf_link#responses
     
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  2. Will Blackburn

    Location:
    Cheshire
    Hydroponics are very popular round here, the police do regular surveys with infrared cameras to assess participation. Financially very lucrative although it can turn very time consuming if you don't have a well thought out exit strategy.
     
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  3. neena303

    neena303 New Member

    Thank you so much for the information, I will definitely use it in my Presentation of findings.
     
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  4. Essex boy

    Essex boy Member

     
  5. Old McDonald

    Old McDonald Member

    Location:
    Inland Portugal
    Survey completed. I use aquaponics not hydroponics. Water is not wasted in aquaponics it is recirculated. The only loss is to evaporation and that taken up by plants.
     
  6. Greenbeast

    Greenbeast Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
    I'd love to do aquaponics, one day...
     
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  7. Set off small. like a watered down version.
     
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  8. Greenbeast

    Greenbeast Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
    Yeah i will just things are too tight with time and money right now
     
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  9. Old McDonald

    Old McDonald Member

    Location:
    Inland Portugal
    I like the "watered down" bit. It is quite cheap to set up a small system, and the time to look after it is very little. Just give an eye to the fish, preferably more than once a day, but they will not starve if they are only fed once.
     
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