Grow 600 Plants in 36 Sq Ft Hydroponic Vertical Garden System

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Do you have a large area of your backyard that is not being used effectively? One way for you to get a huge supply of food is to grow a lot of plants. A hydroponic vertical garden system can be set up in a 36 sq foot area to grow up to 600 plants.

You can easily set up a hydroponic vertical growing system in your backyard with a little planning. You need a frame that can support plants that are stacked about six feet high. This type of garden will have various rows of plants that are watered by a custom plumbing system.

Creating a hydroponic vertical garden system can be done using PVC pipe and rubber hose. Make sure to research the best way to set up the plumbing based on the type of framing you want to use. Once the planning is done, then you can start planting all of your plants.

Information about a hydroponic vertical garden system is available on offgridworld.com here…

Grow 600 Plants in 36 Sq Ft Hydroponic Vertical Garden System


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