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Hydroponics Systems & Hydroponic Grow Kits

Hydrobuilder.com has complete hydroponics systems & complete hydroponic grow kits at the best prices online. We choose industry leading hydroponic system manufacturers that produce DWC systems, Hydroponic Drip Systems, Ebb & Flow Systems and many more. We have all of the essential hydroponics grow gear including reverse osmosis & water filtration units, hydroponic water chillers & water heaters and hydroponics testing supplies like pH & TDS meters. Dont forget the hydroponic nutrients & hydroponics grow media including rockwool and clay pebbles.

Hydroponics Fittings & Grow Kit Accessories

If you'd like to build your own hydroponics system we have all of the hydroponics trays & tray stands, hydroponics reservoirs and hydroponic fittings & accessories for you to build your own hydroponics grow kit.

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Hydroponic Growing Systems

A complete hydroponic grow system contains all of the materials necessary to operate that specific system. There are indoor hydroponic growing systems and hydroponics kits available for every growing use.

What Type Of Hydroponic System Id Right For Me?

The type of hydroponic system you choose depends on what you’re planning on cultivating and whether you’re looking at a small hydroponic system or a hydroponics starter kit. The more experienced grower may be looking for a complete indoor hydroponic growing system as an easy way to expand their growing operation.

DWC or deep water culture is probably the simplest hydroponic system for beginners while an aeroponic system offers more flexibility by working well for horizontal or vertical gardens. The drip system is great for delivering a consistent amount of nutrient solution and is an excellent hydroponic growing system for midsize or larger commercial growers.

An ebb and flow or flood and drain starter hydroponic kit are outstanding for growing small produce such as greens or green beans. This system works by flooding the roots with nutrient solution and then draining it back into the reservoir.

Regardless of the need there is an inexpensive hydroponic system available as a complete ready to use package.

What Is Included In A Hydroponic System?

The complete hydroponics systems are an inexpensive way to upgrade or expand your growing operation by helping take you to the next level. An indoor hydroponic garden kit includes all the materials you will need to easily utilize that type of hydro grow system. A complete kit takes all of the guesswork out of what you will need to get for any indoor hydroponic system.

The hobbyist grower or newcomer benefits from a hydroponic starter kit because they are complete and ready to use. Larger commercial growers like the simplicity and flexibility that a complete kit offers.

All the materials you will need for any indoor hydroponic growing system.

  • Nutrient solution reservoir
  • Pump and tubing
  • Growing containers
  • Growing medium

The Advantage of Growing Hydroponically vs. Conventional Soil Gardening

The biggest advantage of growing using a hydroponic growing system is that there is no net land use. An indoor hydroponic garden can be grown in any room or empty building and space that would normally be wasted can be utilized as a food-producing source. Any spare room or space can be converted with a small hydroponic system.

Hydroponic gardening is perfect for small spaces, urban gardens or the cultivation of specialty plants. There is a hydroponic growing system for virtually any space or use and it offers an opportunity for agriculture in any location.

Because any hydroponic growing system is completely self-contained a grower isn’t contributing to any pollution in any form. Indoor hydroponic systems are completely self-sustaining using very little energy while contributing nothing to the environment. Hydroponic gardens are actually an important part of agriculture sustainability.

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