nutrient

  • nutritional quality of hydroponics vs. soil grown veggies and fruit

    nutritional quality of hydroponics vs. soil grown veggies and fruit   Nutrients/trace elements from the soil do contribute to the nutritional make up of soil grown fruits and vegetables. In the case of hydroponically grown foods, in theory they do not have access to these trace elements – they...
  • How Do Plants Get the Nutrients & Water They Need for Growth?

    How Do Plants Get the Nutrients & Water They Need for Growth?   Just as humans digest food for energy, plants use a number of absorption techniques to get the nutrients and moisture necessary for vigorous growth. As roots dive into the soil, they encounter air, water and nutrient...
  • An Easy Gardening Alternative

    An Easy Gardening Alternative Imagine! Fresh vegetables and flowers, year-round, without having to go to the grocery store or the florist… in fact, right in your own home! Sound like a dream? Not with hydroponic growing systems. Bring the garden and fresh produce indoors without all the mess. While...
  • Organic industry debates necessity of soil

    Organic industry debates necessity of soil. There is a battle going on in the organic industry over hydroponics, the technique of growing plants without soil. The debate gets at the very heart of what it means to be “organic” and may change the organic food available to grocery store shoppers....
  • soilless vegetables

    PAU develops soilless vegetable technology

    PAU develops soilless vegetable technology. LUDHIANA: Punjab Agricultural University has become the first Indian university to have successfully developed the low-cost indigenous greenhouse hydroponics technology to cultivate soilless vegetable for higher vegetable yield and lower water and nutrient consumption. The technology has been developed using recirculation system on the...
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