Generally speaking to home hydroponic, what we think most are green plants, ornamental plants, green radish, etc. These plants can be used to add ornamentals in individual pots. But do you know the vegetables we usually eat can hydroponic at home too? The hydroponic vegetables not only be used as the ornamentals but also can harvest the fruits and eat. It is really practical and beautiful.
How to hydroponic potato at home?
Potatoes are one of the most common vegetables. Sometimes, the potatoes we buy from the supermarket have begun to sprout. Everyone knows that the sprouted potatoes can’t be eaten, but the sprouted potatoes can continue to grow small potatoes.
We need to find a basin-shaped container, pour in some water, put some pebbles on the bottom, then put the sprouted potatoes on.
Some days later, the sprouted potatoes will grow bigger and bigger, we only need to change the water by cycle, about once every 5 days.
How to hydroponic Chinese cabbage at home？
Chinese cabbage is the most common vegetable in winter, but the core may not be liked by many people, because it is too hard and the taste is not very good.
But we can grow the core of the Chinese cabbage, cut three centimeters from the bottom, and put it in a container filled with water.
Generally, it can grow within 5 days. If not, you can consider changing another one. If the Chinese cabbage you grow alive, remember to change the water once a week.
How to hydroponic cabbage at home?
Cabbage, very similar to Chinese cabbage, the roots are also very hard.
Generally, we all throw it away directly. In fact, as long as the roots are kept, the cabbage can grow new leaves.
Find a round container that just fits into the roots of the cabbage. After that, the water does not pass through the roots, and new leaves begin to pop up in half a month.
At this time, the tender leaves can be picked and eaten, much fresher than the supermarket.
How to hydroponic carrot at home?
Buy carrots from the supermarket, then cut the carrot head with a knife, if there are leaves, keep them.
Put the carrot head directly into the water, and new leaves grow out in about half a month.
We can also put it in a cup as an ornamental plant.