Hydroponics Vs Soil Which Method Is Better
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Hydroponics vs Soil: Which Method is Better? Hydroponics is consistently growing in popularity over the traditional use of soil in growing crops.There are many benefits of feeding plants using nutrient-rich water, as is the standard practice in hydroponics.
Many farmers and researchers have reported amazing benefits from using hydroponics, but is it really better than farming on soil? Following is a side by side comparison of these 2 farming methods.By taking a closer look, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the 2 practices, and be in a better position to choose the right method for your needs.
Table of Contents 1.Soil Farming2.Hydroponic FarmingConclusion1.Soil Farming For as long as anyone can remember, farming of crops has typically involved the tilling and watering of soil.Some soil types are more nutrient-rich than the rest, while others have better pH levels which support plant growth.
Soil usually refers to a mix of sand, clay, silt, water, decomposing organic matter, air, and minerals from rocks.Their percentages vary from soil to soil and this makes soil testing a necessity in both gardening and commercial farming.
The best soil type should have a pH level of around 6.A good soil should also have a good mix of...