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Science in Hydroponics
Learning about the art and science behind growing plants without soil.
Two different growing facilities are never exactly the same. Fine tuning nutrient solutions, irrigation cycles and environmental ..read more
In hydroponics, most plant nourishment is delivered through the use of a nutrient solution. This solution is prepared from raw fertilizer ..read more
Mistakes in hydroponic culture are not uncommon among both amateur and seasoned growers. Since there is considerable distances between a ..read more
If you searched for the optimal P concentration for plant growth in hydroponics you will likely find very different results, ranging from ..read more
Chelates are a very important part of hydroponic nutrient solutions as they provide a reliable source of heavy metals. Without chelates, ..read more
The element selenium (Se) is not commonly used in hydroponic culture - as it's not necessary for plant life - but the fact that it's ..read more
Commercial hydroponics can be extremely expensive, given the technological complexity and supplies required for a successful crop. The ..read more
The efficient use of nutrient solutions is a very important topic in hydroponics. Although some commercial growers use run-to-waste ..read more
Properly controlling the hydroponic environment is perhaps one of the most challenging tasks the modern grower must face. Either with a ..read more
Calcium is often one of the most puzzling elements in hydroponic culture due to its ability to respond fairly non-linearly to nutrient ..read more

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