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The Environmental Benefits of Hydroponics: Bradford Hydroponics Comments

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 4:30 AM CDT, Wed, July 20,2016

Bradford, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/20/2016 -- Hydroponics is a method of gardening which does not require soil. Instead plants are placed in a growing medium with nutrients being provided directly to the roots. This is highly advantageous because plants no longer have to waste energy searching through soil for the nutrients that they need. What many people do not know however, is that this method of growing provides environmental benefits also.

Grow tent kits and hydroponics systems can be set up to recycle both nutrients and water, reducing the resources required to grow. These recycling systems can work using just 10% of the water than traditional gardening methods would use. As no soil is needed herbicides and pesticides are no longer an issue and only a round a quarter of the nutrients traditional gardening requires are needed.

A spokesperson from Bradford Hydroponics was keen to comment saying, "Hydroponic gardening is great for many reasons, not only because it is better for the environment but also because it allows for larger yields, shorted time frames and higher quality produce."

About Bradford Hydroponics
Bradford Hydroponics is a leading supplier of hydroponics equipment including grow tents, digital lighting, carbon filters and canna nutrients, all available at competitive prices. They also offer next day shipping and discreetly wrap all packages.

PR Contact:
Company name: Bradford Hydroponics
Tel: 01274 729205
Website: www.bradfordhydroponics.co.uk
Contact person: James Ellam
Email: shop@bradfordhydroponics.co.uk
Address: Bradford Hydroponics 95-97 Manningham Lane Bradford BD1 3BN

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