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Build Your Own Hydroponic systems
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  1. How to Build a Simple Hydroponic Dutch Bucket System
  2. How To DIY PVC Hydroponics Gardening For Awesome Results
  3. Build Your Own Hydroponic systems

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Publication Date: December 10, List Price: Everything you need to know about building your own hydroponic garden system Complete instruction with detailed pictures on how to build 4 different types of hydroponic systems. If you are new to hydroponics, we recommend starting with the small ebb and flow system. It is easy to build and works well both indoors or outdoors.

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In most cases, once you obtain the tools and materials necessary you simply follow the detailed pictures to assemble the systems. Most of the required materials can be purchased at your local home builder supply store such as Home Depot or Lowe's. You can also purchase parts and supplies online through hydroponics and garden suppliers for which we have provided a list. When using this manual, it is not necessary to follow each step and measurements precisely.

Use these instructions as a guide. Be creative and flexible, adjust the plans to create your own custom system. For example, you may find a container that you believe would make a good reservoir or growing tray, but the size is not exactly the same as in the plans.

Build Your Own Hydroponic systems

Simply adjust the PVC pipes used to hold the tray to fit your container. Once you understand the basic principles, you should be able to modify and create many variations of the systems in this guide. If you get stuck or have any questions, please email me using the contact form on my website: diyhydroponics.

John P. Hennessy began his quest for the ultimate garden some years ago. It all came about due to some physical limitations which prevented him from working a conventional soil garden. He wanted the rewards and joy of gardening without all the back breaking work. He wanted a system that anyone could use to grow lush healthy produce regardless of age, skill, space, or physical limitations.

His initial goal was to develop a small system capable of supplying enough fresh produce to sustain a family of four year round. In his pursuit John spent thousands of dollars and untold hours buying, building, planting, testing and re-testing every kind of plant in multiple types of systems.