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EcoPlanter Hydroponic Gardening Kit Seeds - Step 2

EcoPlanter Hydroponic Gardening Kit Seeds - Step 2

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Step 2. Once you've chosen your base get growing indoors combined with the Eco-friendly planter! Or better known as, an EcoPlanter. The coconut coir, cotton wicking string and hydroponic nutrients combine together to make the perfect windowsill garden companion. With the coconut coir to provide enough oxygen for the roots, and a pest free sterile, yet hydrated, environment you will have everything you need to grow your leafy greens, to spicy peppers, to microgreens packed with nutrients. 

Plant some seeds in the coconut coir, water from below, and viola! You're now an indoor farmer. All thumbs welcomed especially the newbie gardener. Here at Coco and Seed we are all about making indoor gardening beautifully simple.


Note: Radish and Beet Microgreens are meant to be harvested once and will not regrow after being cut. 

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What is hydroponics?

Hydroponics is growing plants without soil and using nutrients in the water to provide it with all the food it needs to grow.

What are the benefits of growing hydroponic plants?

There are several key benefits to growing In a hydroponic set up than soil:

• Save more water! Hydroponic plants use less water than soil based plants
• You can grow year round indoors
• Little to no pests as growing medium is sterile

Do I need grow lights?

Coco and Seed set ups are designed to be electricity free. No need for grow tents, grow lights, water bubblers, etc. The sun is the best resource that your plants will need. If you are low on sun light for full-sun loving plants, then supplementing with a full spectrum light can be beneficial but using a regular house lamp can help as well.

How much should I fill with water?

Create an airspace to allow the roots to breathe by not filling above the bottom of the net pot. The roots near the net pot are gathering oxygen while the roots submerged are gathering food. Use the laser cut out leaves as an indicator for your water levels.

How often should I water it? What should the watering schedule be? 

Always :) Due to the growing style they can’t ever be without water/food. Hydro comes from the Greek word "hudor" meaning water. Always make sure the plant has access to water or nutrient-rich water in the container and you'll have happy healthy plants.