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Hydroponic Plants and How to Grow them

Today growing plants using the hydroponic method is increasingly popular, because the hydroponic system is able to save more area and the replies are also fresher than using the usual method because it is free of pesticides.

However, not all types of plants are suitable for use in this method. Indonesian vegetables, fruits, flowers, and spices are types of plants that are suitable for growing hydroponically because of their size and growing media. In the following we will discuss what plants are suitable for hydroponic cultivation.

Cucumber Cucumber has a fairly fast growth time, coupled with planting requirements that are suitable for the climate in Indonesia, making this vegetable one of the favorites for hydroponic cultivation. Cucumber requires a rather high temperature, light intensity, and humidity, plus a continuous supply of water and nutrients that hopefully can flourish. Tomatoes Tomatoes are able to be developed hydroponically so you can get exclusive daily culinary materials from your garden without the hassle of going to the supermarket.

The fruit, which is often categorized as a vegetable, needs warm temperatures to be able to flourish, making it suitable for planting in Indonesia. Lettuce Many people say that this vegetable is the most suitable plant for hydroponic cultivation because the difficulty level is very low and the harvest time is very short. Lettuce does not require complicated care, as long as it gets enough nutrition and sunlight it will flourish.

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If the process is correct, within 2 Sunday of seeding, the results will be ready. Don't forget to clean the pests that might be attached to the leaves before eating or cooking. Mint Mint leaves are known as a producer of the tasteless taste of menthol which is commonly found in sweets or cough medicines. It can be planted in pots using the stem cuttings technique, so you can simply cut the branches and then plant them in the planting medium.

Mint plant itself is a semi-aquatic flora, aka living in friendly water or shallow water resembling the edge of a lake. Therefore, mint is quite ideal to be cultivated using the hydroponic method. Strawberries A clear red fruit that tastes rather good and acidic is suitable for hydroponic cultivation. The main requirements for obtaining a good strawberry crop are clean water supply, good nutrition, and low enough temperature.

To plant strawberries hydroponically, all you have to do is first clean the roots thoroughly by soaking the strawberry seeds in bland water for 10 minutes. Then rinse the remaining soil that is still attached while removing the dead roots carefully, not to damage the roots because the arms will be large in power on the growth of the strawberries. Then plant the strawberry seeds into the planting medium. Make sure the strawberry crown is above the surface of the growing media, because if it is submerged the plants will rot quickly.

Spinach Spinach and a myriad of homogeneous green vegetables that resemble kale, mustard greens, etc. are also plants that are suitable for hydroponic cultivation. The way to grow spinach hydroponically is quite easy. First, spinach seedlings use rockwool.

Then soak some of it in a hydroponic nutrient solution, try to regulate it so that the roots get enough oxygen. After germination, transfer to the planting media that has been prepared previously. Avoid being exposed to exclusive sunlight, hopefully it will grow smoothly.

Paprika Similar to tomatoes, this plant needs a fairly warm temperature, hopefully able to flourish. Broadly speaking, how to plant and care is not much different. But because it has a fairly high stem, paprika usually requires a support pole, hopefully it can still grow straight. Also pay attention to nutrition loans, because the level of nutrient concentration strongly chooses the success of growing hydroponically paprika.
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