Does anyone know if it would be wise to grow dragonfruit hydroponically? My high school environmental science class has received a 10,000$ grant from lowes and they have tasked us to build a hydroponic system. My team is already done with construction, plumbing. and we just started adding plants this week. So far we have 3 tomato plants and 2 strawberries. We planted them this week and they aren't looking too good, my brother says they just need time to adjust but we'll see. So far we are the only group that has finished construction, we actually finished that 2 weeks ago, the other 4 teams are just getting started. We're sticking to plants with red produce. I thought dragonfruit would be a good idea to grow because its cool looking and I have a dragon fruit growing indoors and two cuttings outside that have already rooted.