When Hydroponics Methods meet Soil Based Planting
Hydroponics is the practice of growing plants with a neutral substrate, or with just the plant roots bathing in a nutrient solution, whereas organic farming relies on soil as the primary source of nutrients for plants.
We combined these methods , which involves the use of a Hydroponic or Organic Fertilizer in a water solution that is delivered to the roots of the plants
What is The Difference Between a Hydroponic Growing System and a Geoponic
(Soil-Based) Growing System ?
While both hydroponic and GeoPonic growing systems provide higher than average yields.
Geoponic systems are overall more cost-effective, require less high-skilled maintenance, have a longer shelf-life, and can yield a more diverse range of crops. Moreover, using a GeoPonic solution supports values of keeping plants in their original environment and utilizing nutrients and minerals in their natural form.