This simple guide will show you how to build your own floating hydroponic garden using material locally available at a cost of about $40.00. Construction Steps: Build a rectangular frame using 2-by-6-inch or 2-by-8-inch treated lumber. The frame should be 4 feet, 1-inch wide by 8 feet, 1-inch long. This size frame eliminates the need to trim the floating styrofoam, however, the size can be varied to suit personal needs. Line the frame with 6-mil polyethylene to form a trough to contain the nutrient solution. Be sure the site is level and free of any debris, which could puncture the polyethylene. Container Choices: This publication guides you in the steps to build a 4×8 ft floating garden using wood and a plastic liner. Many simple containers can also be used to make a floating garden. Examples include: children’s pools (kiddie pools), small plastic storage containers, trash cans, and buckets. Many shapes and sizes of containers will work, but they should be able to maintain a 4-6 inch depth of nutrient solution for the best success.
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