Hydroponics

The growing of plants in aqueous chemical solutions.

Hydroponics

A method of growing a plant in water containing dilute nutrients. Many vegetables are commercially grown this way. Epcot center has a wonderful hydroponics center.
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hydroponics

[n] - a technique of growing plants (without soil) in water containing dissolved nutrients
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hydroponics

The scientific study of the growth of plants in an artificial liquid nutrient medium instead of in soil. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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hydroponics

aquiculture noun a technique of growing plants (without soil) in water containing dissolved nutrients
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hydroponics

the cultivation of plants in nutrient-enriched water, with or without the mechanical support of an inert medium such as sand or gravel.[3 related articles]
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hydroponics

hydroponics, hydroponic, hydroponically 1. The process of growing plants without soil, in beds of sand, gravel, or similar supporting material flooded with nutrient solutions. 2. The growing of plants in a nutrient liquid with or without gravel or another supporting medium.
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Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a method of growing plants, whereby soil is replaced by nutrient and oxygen rich water.
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hydroponics

The science of growing plants in mineral solutions or liquid, instead of in soil.
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hydroponics

hydroponics, growing of plants without soil in water to which nutrients have been added. Hydroponics has been used for over a century as a research technique, but not until 1929 were experiments conducted solely to determine its feasibility for growing commercial crops. There are now hydroponic home...
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Hydroponics

Hydroponics is the process of growing plants on a sterile inert material such as sand, gravel, or liquid, without soil but continuously provided with nutrients in solution. In this way it is possible to control the balance of inorganic nutrients such as potassium, sulphur, magnesium, and nitrogen, supplied to the plant, and to provide the correct m...
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hydroponics

Cultivation of plants without soil, using specially prepared solutions of mineral salts. Beginning in the 1930s, large crops were grown by hydroponic methods, at first in California but since then in many other parts of the world. Julius von Sachs (1832–1897), in 1860, and W Knop, in 1865, devel...
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Hydroponics

Hydroponics is a subset of hydroculture and is a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions, in water, without soil. Terrestrial plants may be grown with their roots in the mineral nutrient solution only or in an inert medium, such as perlite, gravel. ==History== The earliest published work on growing terrestrial plants without soil...
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Hydroponics

The growing of plants without soil by using an inert medium such as sand, peat, or vermiculite and a
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hydroponics

The science of growing plants in mineral solutions or liquid, instead of in soil.
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hydroponics

a technique of growing plants (without soil) in water containing dissolved nutrients
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Hydroponics

Study of growing plant without soil in water which contain nutrient.
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Hydroponics

Soil-less cultivation of plants
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