You're asking several different questions.
Easiest? probably passive.
Cheapest? That depends on too many variable.
Most effective? I vote ebb & flow, although other methods are
certainly just as effective.
There's a large indoor hydroponic tomato growing operation in my town. They
germinate the seeds on spun rock wool. When they get larger, they are
transplanted into a larger piece of rock wool.
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Take a 3 gallon bucket, drill lots of small holes in the bottom, fill
it up with your choice of grow-medium and put your plant in it.
Attach an aquarium bubbler under the bucket, connect the bubbler to a
Put the 3 gallon bucket with bubbler in a 5 gallon bucket (so the rim
rests on the bigger buckets rim), fill the 5 gallon bucket with
Turn on the bubbler and walk away!
Works better than drippers/ebb-flow.
a veggie filter fed by koi. actually, using pots makes it easy to jab in
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