Yes, a beautiful dinner made from the veggies you grew in your hydroponic garden is possible, but where do you even start? If you’ve done any Googling on the subject, you probably ran into two huge factors.
First, the cost of investing in one of these systems isn’t cheap. It will take more than a chunk of change to get going. Second, which system should you even go with? There are several on the market, and you need to trust the one you choose.
Both are sustainable options, as hydroponic gardening consumes 95% less water than traditional agriculture. Besides, both companies use recycled materials to make their products. Gardyn uses corn-based, BPA-free, compostable plastic, and Lettuce Grow uses recycled ocean-bound plastic.
Gardyn has 2 options. The Gardyn 2.0 is on sale for $849, regularly $999. The Gardyn 1.0 is on sale for $699, regularly $899. Lettuce Grow has five options ranging in price from $399-$699. Here’s the kicker: If you’re planning on growing indoors, you’ll need to add Glow Rings for an additional $200-$500.
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