Modern hydroponics systems for kitchen garden

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants using nutrient solution without any soil. This technology will address many problems in the conventional methods, like depleting soil and water and lack of sufficient land area. Lets take a deep dive into some of readily available commercial hydroponics systems that will help you to start your kitchen garden.

Indoor hydroponics systems for small garden

Here are the best hydroponics systems that we recommend for different price points:

Best of the Best
Best on Budget
Best Middle Range
Product
AeroGarden Classic 9 Garden
AeroGarden Sprout LED
AeroGarden Harvest 360
Image
AeroGarden, Black Bounty, garden
AeroGarden Sprout LED - White
AeroGarden Harvest 360 Indoor Hydroponic Garden, Black
Size
17.2 x 11.2 x 15
11 x 4.5 x 10
11 x 8 x 15
Weight
11.9 pounds
3.31 pounds
5.65 pounds
Best of the Best
Product
AeroGarden Classic 9 Garden
Image
AeroGarden, Black Bounty, garden
Size
17.2 x 11.2 x 15
Weight
11.9 pounds
Best on Budget
Product
AeroGarden Sprout LED
Image
AeroGarden Sprout LED - White
Size
11 x 4.5 x 10
Weight
3.31 pounds
Best Middle Range
Product
AeroGarden Harvest 360
Image
AeroGarden Harvest 360 Indoor Hydroponic Garden, Black
Size
11 x 8 x 15
Weight
5.65 pounds

Other interesting systems:

Ivation Herb Indoor Garden Kit

Garden kit with LED and seeding box

Ideer Hydroponic Gardening Kit

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The unit can be assembled and dismantled easily. So this small garden can be easily moved to a different place. It comes with nine holes, each can be assembled separately, to grow different herbs.

Ideer Hydroponic Gardening Kit with wooden frame

Gardening kit with bamboo frame

Go Grow Hydroponic gardening planter

This hydroponics system helps to grow fresh herbs and vegetables with no pesticides, herbicides or GM seeds in your living room or kitchen space. It saves 70% water and grows 50% faster and also gives you better yield.

Hydroponic gardening planter

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  2. Almost all of these hydroponics setups are very beautiful. But some are not practical! The Urban cultivator is a good example. It takes up about the same amount of room as an oven (which most people don’t have a whole in their kitchen area for an extra oven), and you can probably only grow about twelve plants in there! That wheel one is crazy, btw. I wonder how the plant even gets anchored in there. Cool list, though! Thanks!

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  3. Thanks for synthesising all of these different home models. Do you ever include the systems that involve small fish tanks? I’m a long-time aquarium enthusiast, and so it is the fish-portion of the system that initially caught my attention. Growing yummy herbs and greens would be a secondary feature. Thanks in advance!

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  4. I do accept as true with all the ideas you’ve presented to your post.
    They’re very convincing and will definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are very brief for beginners.
    Could you please lengthen them a little from next time?
    Thanks for the post.

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