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Hydroponics & Aquapoinics



From: Wayne Hawthorne
Blue Ridge Farm Hydroponics
Havana FL February 2014


I was first introduced to OceanSolution when I visited the Creative Health Institute in August 2007. I began using OS in the fall of 2007 in my own hydroponic greenhouse operation. The results were astounding! Everyone who visited my greenhouse during farms tours couldn’t get over how vibrant the plants looked. After the crash of the market in 2008, I had to shift my primary market from supplying high-end restaurants to the farmers market. This was not an easy transition, as I was up against organic farmers who considered my model of growing taboo. However over time I have been able to convince most of them that we are all working for the same end result. I feel that farming is a noble profession and my responsibility is to produce the freshest most nutritious produce, without the use of pesticides and herbicides, that I can. I believe the beneficial effects of using OceanSolution in one’s hydroponic operation is worth the minimal added expense to provide a superior product.



From: G. Grappie (Ft. Myers, FL)
November 2013


I spoke to you a couple of months ago prior to undergoing an experiment with hybrid hydroponics. I am an avid hobby urban gardener. My goal was to create a system that would grow like hydroponics, but have all the essentials of organics. 

The medium I used was coco coir, earthworm castings and grow stones. I set up my drip irrigation to each pot for watering twice daily. My theory was that the organic nitrogen and potassium in Ocean Solution 303 would be available via the microbial live, in addition to all the minerals. So far I have had considerable success. I use Safer spray to keep bugs at bay. I have attached some pictures of my progress. More will follow as they mature. 

The plants are (in the second photo)

1 cabbage, mustard greens

2 eggplant, pepper, eggplant

3 tomato, egyptian kale, swiss chard
Date: October 2013

"In October of 2013, the website ran an article discussing how OceanSolution has the potential to improve taste in hydroponically grown food.  Clink the link below to read more.

HortiDaily OceanSolution article October 1, 2013


D&D Family Farms (Palm City, FL)
Date: July 2013

Skip to the 9 minute mark (9:00) in the video posted below to learn about how D & D Family Farms is growing hydroponic lettuce using OceanSolution 2-0-3. This video is courtesy of John Kohler and Growing Your Greens.



Trader's Hill Farms (Hilliard, FL)
Date: June 2013

At Trader’s Hill Farms we grow aquaponic lettuce, tomato, celery, cucumber, herbs, bak choi, napa cabbage, okra, soy, sugar peas, and sprouts with tilapia. Until we began using OceanSolution, it would generally take between 2 and 3 months for the nitrogen cycle in our 10,000 gallon aquaponic systems to begin functioning properly. Now that we have begun using OceanSolution on a weekly basis during start up we can get the nitrogen cycle up and running in only about a week’s time. We are beginning to make these aquaponic systems available for the public and will be providing OceanSolution along with the systems to help get them started. Learn more about us at


From: A. Newhouse (California)


Dear OceanSolution Team,

We did a 1/2 acre garden for the first time this year and our Sweet Keeper squash averaged 12 to 23 lbs. in size with excellent taste and color. Typically these are 8 to 10 lbs. in size.

We are also trying it in our Hydroponics system and so far it seems the salad greens are greener, tastier and hardier than in commercial hydroponics solution. We did have to add KNO3 it seems as we are using Fl seeds. It was a mix up as the source was thought to be a heritage store.

Thank You!
A. Newhouse