Simply Super School Setups

Creating Hydroponic Units From Available Materials

Garden in the classroom with hydroponicsGarden in the classroom with hydroponicsYou and your students may want to experiment with your own designs, or try some that other classrooms have used successfully. The following systems have been used by classrooms in our growing network. We encourage you and your students to try them out or create a variation, then share your experiences with us and other budding hydroponics growers. For more detail on the design and use of other school setups (such as the one depicted, left), go the the Classroom Stories section of this guide.

Click on the name of the setup for directions on how to make and use it.

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