• organic agriculture and hydroponics

    Organic Agriculture and Hydroponics

    Organic Agriculture and Hydroponics. The USDA’s National Organic Program is allowing the certification of hydroponic operations despite the law governing organic agriculture which clearly states that nurturing the fertility of the soil is an integral part of organic management. When food grown without soil is allowed to carry the...
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    The farm that runs without sun, soil or water

    The farm that runs without sun, soil or water. The world’s largest, and possibly most sophisticated indoor farm — where greens grow without sun, soil or water. Well, almost no water. AeroFarms, the company behind the venture, say they will use 95% less water than a conventional outdoor farm....
  • Grass in Hydroponics Fodder Machine

    Grass in Hydroponics Fodder Machine Amazing grass! For farmers. One needs no soil, no open field to grow grass. An indoor facility with a hydroponic fodder unit can provide any commercial dairy farm with enough green grass to meet the nutrition needs of the animals.And the technology is quite...
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    FERTILIZERS OR ADDITIVES? First part By William Texier – GHE

    FERTILIZERS OR ADDITIVES? First part By William Texier – GHE By speaking to our clients or visiting shops, I have come to realise the difficulties faced by cultivators in differentiating between a fertilizer and an additive. However, this difference is both fundamental and simple: A plant requires variable quantities...
  • Hydroponics or soil, the big question? Ask a specialist !

    Hydroponics or soil, the big question? Ask a specialist ! When we created GHE in Europe in 1995, people hardly knew what hydroponics was. The first time I showed our AquaFarm and Flora-series 3 components nutrient, they looked at me with the most puzzled look. Many thought that there...
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    WHAT’S IN YOUR WATER?

    WHAT’S IN YOUR WATER? By Noucetta Kehdi – Co-manager at General Hydroponics Europe In soil-less, as well as in soil cultivation, water is the main factor. In soil, bacteria will decompose organic matter into nutritive elements that plants will absorb, but only in the presence of water. Without water...
  • New GMO Controversy: Are the Herbicides Dangerous?

     New GMO Controversy: Are the Herbicides Dangerous? By Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer LIVESCIENCE Although genetically modified organisms (GMOs) don’t appear by themselves to have ill effects on human health, the herbicides used on these crops could be an overlooked health threat, some researchers say in a controversial new opinion...
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