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I've created a hydroponics retail website with guides and tutorials. We carry products for indoor, on-the-grid urban gardening, and outdoor low-energy systems. I support the Do-It-Yourself and Use-What-You've-Got approach to gardening. The website aims to supplement your local resources with parts and technology developed and refined by the hydroponics industry.

Here in Arizona, watts are far greener than fossil fuels. We can grow organic fruits and vegetables inside our house using renewable electricity sources. There's no packaging, no distribution, and we don't even need to refrigerate because we can harvest when we eat.

While I dream of growing on a couple acres someday, I live in an urban neighborhood in a 1300SF house and a pretty small lot: just like a lot of people. I believe our cities and suburbs are where permaculture can make the biggest difference.
 
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I'm creating a link list for this website, so add your url with a title if you would like to be linked to from hydroharbor.com. We also have an affiliate program for bloggers promoting products on the site. (We might add a specific product if it's something an affiliate wants to write about.) Affiliates earn commission on sales originating from their links.

If someone would like to contribute content to our site like demonstrations, how-tos, DIY, or educational posts, we will credit you as the author and use your affiliate links in the post for tracking sales.

Sound like fun? Be an affiliate for hydroharbor.com.

HydroHarbor.com is not complicit with any activities that violate federal laws.
 
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