Growing with a hydroponic system makes it possible to control the environment, thereby reducing many risk factors. For example, reducing fungal diseases in the soil that can infect plants or reducing other infestations: wild animals can steal vegetables from your nine gardens, or pests like locusts can crop attack. Hydroponics systems end the limitations of growing plants outdoors and on soil. If there are no negative factors from the environment, the seedlings grown in the hydroponic system will grow better.
There are hundreds of hydroponic methods, but all are variations or combinations of the six basic hydroponic systems. The following EnvironSoil information will help you learn about these systems: