How to Grow Food at Home

  • Well suited for beginners
  • Recycles Water
  • Suited for small spaces, both indoor & outdoor
  • 1 1/3 cups of water per day
  • Most crops are grown indoors. It is more like 1/4 to 1/3 cup of water per day per square foot.

  • Well suited for beginners
  • Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • Helps protect seedlings from frost or pests for an ideal growing environment.
  • Water up to about ½ inch per week extra for every 10 degrees that the average temperature is above 60 degrees (Source:

  • Suited for beginners and advanced growers
  • Recycles Water
  • Suited for both indoor or outdoors
  • Small plants: 1/2 gallon of water per plant.
  • Medium-sized plants: 1 – 1/12 gallons of water per plant.
  • Large plants: 2 1/2 gallons of water as a bare minimum.

  • Well suited for beginners
  • Suited for both indoor and outdoors
  • 1-gallon pot: ½ gallon of water (2x per day)
  • 3-gallon pot: 1½ gallons of water (2x per day)
  • 5-gallon pot:  2½ gallons of water (2x per day)

“Growing your own food may be one of the most powerful steps you can take for the health of yourself, your family, and your planet.”

― Lindsay Oberst

Grow Racks

Automated Grow Rack

The Grow Rack is designed for farmers who want to start on a small footprint using durable 1020 Microgreen Trays growing pea shoots and broccoli microgreens. This system is easy to move and uses mechanical timers for durability control. Farming requires a lot of time, but this system allows you to grow your plants quickly.



Hoop Houses are great for growing vegetables indoors. They’re also great for protecting crops from pests and diseases protected using a 6 mil UV Resistant Clear Polyethylene Film. A hoop house is a great investment for any farmer who wants to grow vegetables inside.

Garden Tower


Garden Tower Bundle is simple to assemble, quality plastic mater, and takes 25.98 x 25.98 x 44.09 inches of space – something anyone can use! You can throw compst in the center tube to rich nutrients to your soil. Perfect to grow herbs, and drought resilient plants indoor and outdoors.

4 thoughts on “How to Grow Food at Home”

  1. Hi, thank you for this piece of information. I think it is always important for people to start making a garden where you can grow your own foods. I personally encourage folks to have a garden that can produce foods at the same time than just having one just for flowers. 🙂

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  2. Got a backyard? why not grow your own food and save money due to the high rise in the cost of produce, the author has elaborated all methods that one needs to grow food at home it’s up to the readers to put into practice the detailed methods. all want to eat fresh produce freshly from our own backyards so let’s make our hands dirty and eat natural healthy foods.

    • Thank you for your comment. We are a community that should have access to fresh food no matter how much money we earn. Each section will prepare you to grow food. If you ever got a budget challenge. No worries, I support that everyone should grow food using my successful budget plan that can present new opportunities what type of lifestyle to grow our food for our own physical health and benefit new hobbies. Enjoy my Article 


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