The traditional process of agriculture is a slow process and it is becoming less popular now. People who have learnt the process of organic Hydroponic would find the traditional methods slow. This new method is very helpful in growing the crops very quickly. Faster growing is possible with organic hydroponics.

Soil is not required for organic hydroponics method of growing plants. This method is also known as the soil-less gardening or soil-less culture, or water gardening, or chemi-culture. It could be a surprise for those who do not know about hydroponic methods of growing plants.

In the hydroponics methods the nutrients needed for the plant’s growth is supplied to the plant directly. The organic chemical fertilizers are dissolved in water and fed to the plant’s roots. Water soluble nutrients are needed for this method. With this there is no need of soil for the plants. Greenhouses now use these organic hydroponic fertilizers to grow the plants. Some people believe that this method of growing the plants is harmful to the environment while there are people who do not agree with this belief.

There are many benefits in growing the plants hydroponically. One of the main advantage is that the plants grow very fast than the conventional methods. The person who grows the plants in this method need not worry whether the water is sufficient for the plant. There is no need to worry about the fertilizer or chemical solution that is used. These green houses are valuable for any researcher. Less space is used for growing plants hydroponically. Moreover time and effort is saved in hydroponic plants growing.

Since there is no soil involved there is no need to worry about the properties associated with each soil for growing plants. The roots of the plants are small when grown hydroponically hence more plants can be grown in less space. Multiple cropping is possible at the same time. The plants grown are healthier and larger than the conventional plants. Hence many gardeners accept the method of hydroponic growing of plants for the advantages associated with it. This method would meet the growing demand for more crops at a faster rate.