Hydroponics


Hydroponics, sometimes referred to as aquaponics or soilless agriculture, is a method of cultivating plants different from the conventional method of growing plants in soil. Seeds or clones are placed into a medium to allow them to root, and their roots or the media is exposed to a nutrient solution. There are many different derivations of hydroponics, including nutrient film technique, ebb-and-flow and bioponics.

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