Imagine your DIY backyard greenhouse growing more food faster all year round while using fewer resources.
No more hauling heavy bags of soil, dealing with pests and diseases, or struggling with unpredictable weather.
Instead, hydroponics is a gardening method that allows you to control the exact amount of water, nutrients, and light your plants receive, leading to bigger yields, healthier crops, and greater profits.
Want to learn more? Let’s dive in.
Growing food hydroponically is a great way to supercharge your DIY backyard greenhouse.
1. Unlock the Power of Hydroponics: Year-Round Production
Unlike traditional greenhouse gardening, which is limited to specific growing seasons, hydroponic gardening allows for year-round food production.
With hydroponics, you have the power to control the exact conditions your plants need to thrive, regardless of the weather outside, so that you can grow fresh produce all year round, even in harsh climates or limited land areas.
And the best part?
You can increase your profits by having a steady supply of fresh produce to become more self-sufficient and reduce your dependence on outsourced pricy food year-round.
2. Efficiency at its Best: Save on Resources, and Increase Yields with Hydroponics
Are you tired of buying bags of soil and spending hours maintaining the greenhouse? With hydroponics, you’ll do much less of that.
Hydroponic systems don’t require soil and use up to 80% less water, fertilizer, and space than traditional soil-based gardening methods. Not only does this save you money, but it also eliminates the need for costly soil preparation and maintenance.
Imagine spending only 10 minutes on your hydroponic system's maintenance routine.
Additionally, hydroponic systems' closed-loop and compact nature allow up to 50% higher crop yield per square foot of greenhouse space. With vertical gardening, you can use the vertical space in your DIY backyard greenhouse to grow more plants even if your greenhouse space is limited.
Including a hydroponic system in your greenhouse means growing more with less and seeing a greater return on your investment.
To explore which is the best hydroponic system for your greenhouse, we recommend you read 6 Steps To Follow If You Want To Include a Hydroponic System in Your Greenhouse.
3. Sustainability in the Greenhouse: Hydroponics Can Help You Grow Even More and Consume Less
As a greenhouse owner, you may be thinking you’ve done the maximum to grow food more sustainably and eco-friendly. Well, not really.
Since hydroponic systems use significantly less water and fertilizer compared to traditional soil-based gardening methods, you’ll contribute to reducing runoff, soil depletion, and pollution. And because hydroponic plants are grown in a controlled environment, they are less prone to pesticide infections and other diseases, leading to higher quality food.
Avoiding the use of unhealthy pesticides is better for the environment but also results in healthier, more consistent produce for you to enjoy.
Hydroponics is not only good for the planet - it's also good for your bottom line.
By growing more efficiently and reducing your resource use, you'll be able to maximize your greenhouse production and see a higher return on your investment.
So you’ll do something good for the earth and your pocket. It's a win-win!
4. Growing Minds and Crops
Hydroponic gardening is not only a wise investment for your future, but it can also be a fun and educational activity for your family.
Imagine teaching your kids about plant growth and sustainability while growing fresh fruits and vegetables in a hydroponic system suitable for children. Not only will they learn valuable life skills, but they'll also be able to enjoy the fruits of their labor.
Incorporating hydroponics into your greenhouse operation is a great way to increase yields and profits and educate and engage the next generation in the importance of sustainable living.
So, why not give it a try? You'll be amazed at the benefits it can bring to your family and your greenhouse yields.
Why Planta Greenhouses?
- Wind resistant up to 65 mph (learn more about how our greenhouses hold up in high-altitude climates).
- Withstands a snow load of up to 98 psf (480kg/square meter).
- Made with a heavy-duty galvanized steel frame.
- Polycarbonate panels provide 100% protection against UV rays.
- The Sungrow greenhouse is bell-shaped - allowing the wind, snow, and hail to slide off the sides.
- Extendable (Sungrow, Sigma, and Farmer models can be extended beyond 100ft)
- Made in Europe and exclusively imported
Do you incorporate hydroponic gardening into your greenhouse?
Let us know! We’d love to hear from you.