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Do you want to learn how to grow Mint easliy in Hydroponic and Aeroponic Systems? Growing Mint in hydroponic and aeroponic systems is super easy to grow inside, it’s practically made for it! This minty crop is one of the most loved in almost every community.

Let’s get growing!

Mint Basics

  • Optimal Ph: 5.5-6.0
  • Optimal cF: 20-24
  • 1400-1680 PPM
  • Temp: 55-70 Degrees
  • Enjoys: clay pebbles, quality water and full sunshine or half shade

Grows Well With

  • Oregano and Marigolds
  • Carrots
  • Cabbage/ Cauliflower/Kale
  • Tomatoes/Eggplants
  • Peas/Beans

Mint is best grown in moist well drained soil and Full Sun all day or Half Shade, as well as a warm climate (at least 55-70 degrees)

Hydroponic Mint

Using Mint in a Hydroponics system grow easily and efficiently! Just remember if a mint leaf looks like its dying or turning brown make sure to clip it early on in the grow process. If a leaf goes brown or starts to die it can be bad for your whole system of growth.


Mint is one of the top used Herbs in the Aerogarden Community. Knowing the Mint is an Herb in can grow in any Hydroponic system including the Kratky System! Just don’t forget about pruning your plants. That’s very important for your plants over all growth in the system.

I love looking at my Kratky system growing big and strong. Each system is so unique and love every one.

Aeroponic Mint

 Just Follow the Same instruction listed for Hydroponics to start growing Aeroponically for Mint.

Indoor Mint

Growing your Mint indoors is a blast of Fresh Smells and Flavor! You can easily grow Mint using Aeroponics and Hydroponics Indoors. If you’re really into Mint and want to grow some right at home I recommend getting a Aerogarden 3 Pod System. It will look amazing in your kitchen and will smell absolutely amazing.


Pruning Mint is a very simple task. Just make sure to prune before your mint get too tall or overgrown. After a year or two of pruning mint can lose some flavor.

Pest Control

The sweet thing about growing mint right in your kitchen is no outdoor pests. But if you do grow outside just make sure to look out from spider mites.


With growing mint just look out for the basic things like when growing anything else. Look out for Mold,Mint Rust and Mini Borers. Which can be fixed with the proper watch and care of the plants.

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