If you want to embrace a sustainable lifestyle, choosing Hydroponic farming might just be the first step. But what exactly is hydroponic farming? For the uninitiated, Hydroponic farming is a form of farming that does not involve soil. In fact, the water requirement too is significantly less. The best part: this mode of farming does not require much space either, thereby turning out to be ideal for both people living in apartments and those living in gardens.
At this point, you might be wondering what plants and vegetables one can grow in their hydroponic garden. Well, that is exactly what we will discuss in the course of this article. As you keep reading you will find a detailed insight into the best veggies, herbs, and fruits for your hydroponic garden.
Perfect for your salads and sandwiches, Lettuce is probably one of the most common vegetables that are grown in the Hydroponic system. They have incredibly fast growth and caring for them is equally simple.
These are an extremely common variant of vining plants that are primarily grown in commercial greenhouses. Luckily, with the Hydroponics system in place, you can also grow them in the comfort of your home.
Spinach is yet another fast-growing plant that can be a suitable fit for your Hydroponics System. While they thrive well in almost all types of Hydroponics systems.
Yes! You read that right! Tomatoes (both the regular and the cherry variants) can be grown in your Hydroponic garden. So, if you are tired of consuming commercially grown tomatoes, consider growing them soilless right at the comfort of your home.
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Internet of Things allows for Machine to Machine interaction and controlling the hydroponic system autonomously and intelligently. This work proposes to develop an intelligent IoT based hydroponic system by employing Deep Neural Networks which is first of its kind. The system so developed is intelligent enough in providing the appropriate control action for the hydroponic environment based on the multiple input parameters gathered. A prototype for Tomato plant growth as a case study was developed using Arduino, Raspberry Pi3 and Tensor Flow.