Guide to Indoor Growing Systems

It can be easy grow plants indoor that are lush and healthy with the right equipment. During the next three days, I will explain different indoor growing systems. These systems will be basic but you can modify the system, making changes to make it easier to grow indoor plants.
A lot of people that grow indoor plants prefer to use pots. But a supercharged plant placed inside a pot has limits on its roots.

Hydroponics, using either dry or liquid mediums, with an emphasis on aeroponics maximizes the resources available for the roots. The gardener growing plants in pots if forced to maximize all the other resources and environment to make a supercharged garden work well.

You may well be asking which is the optimal way to provide food to the roots. There are many opinions on this topics, many conflicting with each other, but here is a reliable scale you can use:

1)Regular clay pot of backyard dirty (never used any loner)
2) Pot of packaged houseplant mix (alright for flower pots)
3) Pot of sunshine mix (widely used with success for indoor gardening)
4) Pot of modified sunshine mix (for the little something extra)
1) Rockwool cubes (used for cloning and cuttings)
2) Rockwool bulk (great for production growing)
3) Drip – Flood (ebb & flow) – NFT ( used for high-tech production growing)
4) EIN Geddi aeroponics (wet sump and spray)
1) Quasi Eroponics (Dry sump and spray)
2) Full aeroponics (cutting edge research technology)
During the next days, I will provide you with drawings of setups for the systems.
A newbie indoor growing system:
The most up and coming grow system
Easy and inexpensive
Uses ambient CO2
Provides for low production
An Intermediate Growing System:
A little more complex
A bit more expensive
Provides average light
Plants get average nutrition
Average CO2 is available
Average root O2 is provided
A system which is a little more complex but worth it
A pretty complex system
Good nutrition for the plants’ roots
Larger investment
Very good CO2
Great lighting
Good root O2 availability