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Growing Plants Hydroponically
If you are interested in growing plants hydroponically, we recommend that you use our lesson plans. These lesson plans are geared toward students doing scientific experiments with hydroponics, but they can easily be adapted to simply growing plants hydroponically without experimentation.
Alternatives: If you are not able or do not want to mix your own nutrient solution with chemicals, you can buy products such as Miracle-Gro from your local gardening supply store that you can use to make a nutrient solution. Another method favored by organic gardeners is a "compost tea," which you can make by letting water run in with composting organic material and then siphoning off the water.
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