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I have this small problem going out for holidays far away from Europe. I am planning to have a great time there with my girlfriend and friends. However, I have something that bothers me every time I think about my holiday…my precious plants. I don’t know who will take care of them? Who will water them? I’m so stress..

Normally my neighbors are the only persons that I can count on when I was away for more than a week. At the moment, they already went out of town for holiday. I might put the plants at my mother’s house but she already has too many plants in her house and it seems to me that she’s not too eager to take care of my plants. Well, I’m really lost now..Should I bring my plants to Bali with me where i will spend my 3 weeks holiday? Out of question..

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Have you ever imagined planting your flower without soil? This seems strange at first but actually it’s very possible as long as you know how to do it. This method called “Hydroponic” is actually the growing of plants without soil and maximize other nutrients like water and lighting needed by plants to make them grow better and stronger. This method was initially introduced by Sir Francis bacon in 1967, which made an experiment with spearmint plant with a less-pure water.

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