If you’ve read the article on DIY Hydroponics then everything else you need to create a hydroponic indoor garden is included here!
Depending on where exactly you intend to keep your hydroponic plants, you may or may not need some extra CO2!
You can quite easily keep them inside your house around your family! This will be easy as the plants will feed from the CO2 produced! So if you keep them in one of your family rooms or a corridor, then you don’t need to worry about anything! You could keep them on a balcony or on the rooftop and the plants will feed off the CO2 in the atmosphere!
However, if you keep your plants in a garage or greenhouse, then you may need to consider giving them a boost in CO2 in order for them to flourish! This can be done in a number of ways! You can either leave some compost lying around in pots for your plants to lap up the odour, you can burn some hydrocarbon fuels or get some compressed bottled carbon dioxide for your Hydroponic Indoor Garden. Using compost is by far the simplest method, the most natural and probably most effective!
Your hydroponic indoor garden ideally needs to be maintained at temperatures between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Luckily this is the normal temperature range in the average home!
You can use grow lights to aid growth and experimentation may be necessary! Lights may typically be used for between 8 and 16 hours per day but this varies greatly depending on what you’re growing!
That is basically it! Anybody can grow a Hydroponic Indoor Garden!