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Welcome to the

HYDROPONIC UNIVERSITY

As you might have guessed we aren't really a university however, we strive to be the best place on the web to get hydroponic and organic gardening information. Whether you are a total novice or an experienced commercial grower, the information you need is most likely here and absolutely free. We offer multiple sources of gardening information, from the most basic beginner's questions to information that will challenge even the minds of long time, seasoned professionals. Want to save time? Use our new search engine to search the entire web site for specific information.

  1. What Is Hydroponics?
    This section gives a simple overview of what hydroponics is and how it works. It also explains the differences in the basic types of hydroponic systems.
  2. Destroying The Myths (Hydroponics F.A.Q.)
    Answers the most common questions and destroys a number of the misconceptions many people have about hydroponics.
  3. Hydrogen Peroxide - What's it all about?
    The h2o2 handout.
  4. The Professor's Periodic Tips
    Get useful gardening tips on a variety of subjects. Check out the current tip or browse through the many past tips for lots of interesting info.
  5. Mini-Classes
    A series of "How to" articles that give you step by step instructions on topics such as, How To Take Successful Cuttings, Choosing The Right Indoor Lighting, Controlling pH and much more.
  6. Free Hydroponic System Plans
    We offer plans for several, simple hydroponic systems that can be constructed from easy to find materials. These low-cost systems can perform remarkably well and are great for beginners to learn about hydroponics without a large outlay of money.
  7. Ask The Professor
    Review questions that others have asked the Professor and read his answers. Still haven't found what you're looking for? Post your question and the Professor will provide an answer a.s.a.p.

Hydroponics University

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