DIY Series

  • Drip Irrigation: Everything You Need To Know

    Your garden is beautiful and bountiful, however, it can be too much to manage and water on a daily basis. As your garden grows it becomes more important to find an easy way to water your plants.

    Drip irrigation systems are a popular way to water plants in outdoor gardens, greenhouses, and even indoor hydroponic gardens. Here at Hydrobuilder we highly recommended this method to water plant and vegetable gardens. 

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  • DIY Cold Plunge Kits - Everything you need to know!

    In the pursuit of personal health, many individuals are turning to new methods to energize their bodies and minds. Recently, a large amount of popularity has grown around cold plunge therapy. Generally, these may also be known as ice baths or cold water immersion. There is a ton of information out there, therefore, it does not take much to start. After reading this article, you should be able to create your own DIY cold plunge.

    In this article, we will talk about the "cool" world of cold plunging. Altogether, we will discuss cold plunge benefits, and the best temperature for a cold plunge. We will also explore how you can create your own DIY cold plunge.

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  • How To Build A DIY Stealth Grow Box

    If you’re interested in learning how to build a DIY stealth grow box, you’ve come to the right place. 

    This kind of growing environment can be incredibly useful, no matter what kind of plants you are trying to grow - or for what kind of purpose.

    Not only can it hide your growing space to keep your growing environment more discreet and less cluttered looking, but it also offers the ideal growing environment for your plants.

    There are plenty of other reasons to consider learning how to build a stealth grow box. In this article, we’ll give you more information on why it’s a good idea as well as some tips on how to make a cheap stealth grow box in the matter of just a few short days.

    Let’s dive in.

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  • How To Make A Pallet Garden - Step By Step Guide

    If you are a plant lover, learning how to make a pallet garden is a great way to bring your gardening skills to the next level. 

    These gardens are so special because their frames require minimal assembly, are readily available, and obtaining them will not cost you a penny. Pallets are everywhere!

    Whether you live in a spacious villa or a tiny apartment, you can enjoy a pallet garden in any location - or during any season. 

    A particularly good option is building a vertical garden out of pallets, as it will take up less room while maximizing the growing space. Of course, you can always install a horizontal setup, too.

    The size of a garden of this nature can vary depending on what kind of wood pallets are available - a standard pallet measures 48” × 40” × 6”. 

    Learning how to make a pallet garden is a fun project that you can complete in just a single weekend, but you’ll reap the benefits for many growing seasons to come. In this article, we’ll tell you everything you need to know to get started!

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  • Building A DIY Cloning Machine

    If you’re interested in learning why building a DIY cloning machine for plants might be right for you, keep reading.

    We all know that there are certain plants that are practically perfect in every way. Everything about that plant is great, whether that might be how quickly it grows, how it blooms, or even how beautiful its flowers are.

    If this is your situation, you may consider investing in a cloning machine to have more plants just like this. The more the merrier, right?

    Buying a cloning machine is a great option, but some of us love saving money and working with our hands. That's why we're going to teach you how to build your own DIY cloner. This can save you money that would be better spent on lots of plants! 

    Keep reading to find out more information on how to build your own DIY cloning machine that will make fellow gardeners jealous!

    We will also discuss the difference between aeroponic and bubble cloners, and give you the information you need to decide which one will suit your needs.

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  • How To Build An Aquaponics System Cheap

    Learning how to build an aquaponics system at home is not just a fun DIY project, but it’s one of the most beneficial and unique styles of growing.

    You’ll combine aquaculture, the practice of raising fish for eventual consumption, with hydroponics, the practice of growing vegetables and other plants without soil.

    Aquaponics is one of the most productive forms of agriculture in the world, it is an entirely self-sufficient system that acts like its own miniature ecosystem. It’s incredibly efficient and surprisingly easy to start, too. 

    If you’re feeling inspired and want to give it a try, this guide will tell you everything you need to know when it comes to learning who to build an aquaponics system at home. 

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  • Greenhouse Growing: How to Plan, Build, & Grow In Your Own!

    Greenhouse growing allows you to grow your favorite veggies or flowering plants during the colder months while protecting from outdoor conditions.

    But this is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of reasons you should consider growing in a greenhouse!

    This is the perfect medium between indoor growing and outdoor growing, and we are going to teach you everything you need to know about this style of gardening. That includes what greenhouse growing even is, along with why you should give it a try. 

    Then, we’re going to discuss which plants you can try and grow, and when you can plant them according to different climates. 

    After we share some general information on greenhouse growing, we’ll teach you how to build a greenhouse cheap. 

    We’ll conclude our guide by explaining some tips & tricks for taking plants from seed to harvest in one. We’ve got a lot to cover, so let’s dive right in!

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