The process of growing a seed and watching it produce is a rewarding process. Modern technology is allowing almost anyone to grow their own food at home. The biggest problem most people face is space and light. In this post, I connect with OPCOMFarms creator to discuss indoor hydroponic gardening.
What is Hydroponics
Hydroponics is a method of growing plants, usually crops, without soil, by using mineral nutrient solutions in an aqueous solvent.
If you grow year-round I guarantee you have a smile on your face come rain or shine. It is amazing to be able to watch a seed produce into something you can enjoy. There are many different ways to grow year-round these days. Perhaps the most popular way to grow is hydroponics.
It is hard to believe that my guest today is a garden newbie. He began gardening just 3 months before this interview. This is an fun story about how a tech guy got hooked on gardening. In this presentation meet the Vice President of OPCOMFarms, Rajee Mishra who shares an exciting way to grow with hydroponics.
It’s all about Lights, Water, and Food when it comes to gardening says Rajee in the interview today.
The creator of this product is Jack King. He spends a lot of time growing vegetables in his garden because he loves being healthy and fit. The creator believes that the secret to a long life is eating fresh fruits and vegetables.
Why can’t this be something ANYONE can get at – was the vision for this Hydroponic kit.
I really enjoyed connecting with Rajee Mishra because it was interesting to learn about the timer and water-saving options. Anyone interested in purchasing an OPCOMfarm indoor hydroponic garden grow box or the OPCOMFarm Indoor Hydroponics Grow Wall can be found on Amazon.
Just a note: I’ve never grown with these products but they sure do look interesting.
Do you grow hydroponics? I would love to hear about your experience. Share with me your story by reaching out to me on my website. You can find me on the social media links provided at the bottom of this post. Tag me @brenhaas so I can see what you are growing indoors!