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4 Nutritious Vegetables to Grow in a Hydroponic System

grow in a hydroponic system

Start with the most nutritious vegetables to grow in your hydroponic system!

Hydroponics or hydroculture is a method of growing plants, in water, without soil. Minerals and nutrients are added to the water at optimum levels so that plants can devote their energy to the production of fruits and vegetables and result in a higher yield. Here are 4 nutritious vegetables that are easy to grow in a hydroponic system when you're just starting out.

Eating nutritious food is essential for leading a healthy life. Proper nutrition not only prevents diseases related to the consumption of toxins, but also helps to boost immunity. If you want to feel better and live a longer, healthier life, it's important to make sure your diet includes plenty of vitamins and minerals from nutritious foods like the vegetables listed below.


To begin the practice of hydroponics, vine plants such as tomatoes are ideal for indoor gardens. Indeed, they require a small floor space and you will have room to form them up to the ceiling. Being able to monitor and control the nutrients the plant receives allows the grower to enjoy a continuous harvest all year round without sacrificing taste. Tomatoes are a rich source of vitamins A, C and folic acid. They contain powerful antioxidants that help protect against the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

The lettuce

It is the vegetable par excellence to grow in a hydroponic system

Lettuce is a top choice for a hydroculture garden because it requires little space, little attention, and you can harvest the leaves as they grow. You will get your first harvest within weeks when you can enjoy the rewards of your crispy first harvest. Lettuce is a very low calorie vegetable that contains phytonutrients. These have health-promoting and disease-preventing properties. Rich in vitamins A, C and K and contains minerals such as iron, calcium magnesium and potassium which are essential for the body's metabolism.

The cucumber

Water-loving vegetables make a good choice for your hydroponic garden. With enough space and support, cucumbers will grow profusely. Cucumbers are rich in microelements iron, sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium and zinc. They also contain vitamins B, C and folic acid. These elements make cucumbers effective in cleansing the body of cholesterol, slowing down the aging process and regulating metabolism.

The peppers

Peppers grow in very similar conditions to tomatoes. However, increasing night temperatures and decreasing daytime temperatures improve fruit production once plants have reached adult size. Bell peppers not only add flavor and spice to your food, but are low in calories and rich in vitamins and nutrients. Packed with vitamins A and C and a great source of fiber, folic acid and potassium, they give them excellent health and disease-fighting properties.

Blumeo solutions for growing in a hydroponic system

Vertical cropping systems dramatically increase productivity while saving the planet. As we have seen, all the benefits of hydroponics make it clear that vertical gardening is a vital technique for a more sustainable future. If reading this article made you want to grow your own fruits and vegetables? So in this case, discover the exclusive solutions of Blumeo to start your first experiences. Blumeo's hydroponic solutions are among the most efficient, qualitative and profitable systems in the world! Contact us to discuss it with one of our specialists who will be happy to answer all your questions.

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