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About The Hydropot

How would you like the ability to grow any plant using no soil, virtually no water, taking up as much or as little space as you’d like, and use no electricity in the process?

Sound too good to be true? We are offering plans for a revolutionary new hydroponicssystem (patent pending) that offers all of these benefits and more. With these plans, you can put together your own hydroponics system that:

  • Requires no soil: There’s no need to be limited by poor native soil, lack of suitable space, or any of the time-consuming tasks like weeding, fertilizing and pest control associated with traditional gardening. This is also the ideal situation for those looking for an indoor gardening solution.
  • Is extremely water efficient: Water is re-used and none is lost to runoff. This is ideal for drought areas or any situation where water consumption may be an issue.
  • Gives you total control over the plant’s growing environment: You will have unprecidented control over the nutrients the plants receive, resulting in a higher yield, longer growing season, and reduced growing time.

The result is an extremely environmentally friendly system that will save you money, time, space and environmental resources.


The World Hunger Problem

Every year 15 million children die of hunger.

The World Health Organization estimates that one third of the world is well fed, one third is under fed and one third is starving.

Every 3.6 seconds someone dies of hunger.

No one can argue that world hunger is one of the most pressing global issues of our day. Millions of people live in areas where, due to environmental, technological or political factors, growing enough food to survive is not an attainable reality.

This cannot be allowed to continue. The good news is that with today’s technology, we have a system that provides a long term solution to hunger. It is possible to grow food in areas where conditions are prohibitive, using a system that is inexpensive, easy to produce and to maintain.

What is Hyrdoponics?

The term Hydroponics was coined by Professor William Frederick Gericke from UC Berkeley in 1937, and is a combination of the Greek words “hydro” (water) and “ponos” (labor). It refers to the method of growing plants by providing their nutrients directly to the root system via a nutrient-rich water supply.

In traditional soil-based gardening, the water in the soil dissolves the nutrients and makes them available to the plant’s root system. However, there is nothing about the soil itself that makes it neccessary to plant growth. By providing the plant’s nutrients via its water supply, you eliminate the need for soil, reduce the amount of space required, drastically reduce the demand for water.