Whether you are gardening indoors or outdoors, one thing you will have to consider is the general organics of gardening. Nutrients are vital to plant support, and there are many plant support systems filled with enriching wet and dry nutrients.

In general, there are many fantastic plants filed with enriching nutrients, most of which grow very well in a hydroponic system. One of the most unsung heroes of general organics is cocohusk. Maybe you have never heard of cocohusk, but if you have ever planted anything there’s a good chance you have seen it.

Cocohusk is made from the exterior shells of the coconut. It can be made into chips, fiber and dust. Cocohusk is very useful and effective in plant support as it can be used as a natural plant support mesh or netting. As a potting soil enhancer, cocohusk is outstanding.

One of the many benefits of gardening is the medicinal benefits which can be derived from plants, particularly alternative medicines. In fact, approximately 4 out of 10 adults and 1 in 9 children in the U.S. In the United States, use some form of alternative medicine.

With such a high demand, a hydroponic system, most likely involving the use of cocohusk and coco mix as general bulk nutrients, could be an extremely productive method of crop production.

Why use a hydroponic system and, just to review, what exactly is it? A hydroponic system is a method of gardening/farming which offers a different concept of plant growth, one that is an alternative to traditional methods. Usually it is done indoors, using grow lights, or in a greenhouse.

Hydroponic growing is a business that allows the ‘farmer’ to plan, in the same amount of space as traditional farming, four times the amount of crops. The benefits are amazing, because this means the crop yield could be huge–that is, 400% greater than crops planted in the field. In addition, 90% less water is used in a hydroponic system, and hydroponic plants grow 3 to 4 times faster than plants cultivated in outdoor gardens.

Gardening has so many benefits: from understanding and researching the science of plants, to appreciating the art and beauty of plants and the practical and useful ways plants and flowers can be used as nourishment, medicine, beauty products and perfumes.

Among wet and dry bulk nutrients, the humble cocohusk stands out. It is a hero of organics, nutrients and plant support and it is a key element to any kind of gardening. Adding the presence of cocohusk to your indoor or outdoor gardening system will result in great improvement to your production.