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hydroponics

the science of growing plants without soil, in which the roots are suspended in aerated water containing known quantities of chemicals that can be adjusted to suit changing conditions. The method is increasingly common in the glasshouse cultivation of, for example, tomatoes and cucumbers.

hydroponics

a method of cultivating plant growth without soil. Based on use of a solution containing all essential plant nutrients. The plant material is harvested at about 2 weeks of age. The herbivore's equivalent of sprouts or shoots in the human diet. Called also sprouted grain.
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A hidden stairway led to a cellar which contained further hydroponics systems in the process of being set up.
a developer and provider of advanced hydroponics systems, announced today the execution of an agreement for the sale of its hydroponics greenhouses to a Spanish customer for 1.
The gang illegally tapped into electricity from the mains to keep the sophisticated hydroponics systems - with timed heat lamps and feeders - running 24 hours a day.
PK), a developer and provider of advanced hydroponics systems, announced today the execution of a Letter Of Intent for the sale of its hydroponics greenhouses to a Spanish customer for up to 60 million Euro, over the next 5 years.
It is believed more than pounds 1m of electricity was illegally tapped from the mains to keep the sophisticated hydroponics systems - with timed heat lamps and feeders - running 24 hours a day.
Canton High School FFA and Agricultural Program: $2,500 for hydroponics systems in the greenhouse which will assist in growing produce and offer experimentation of various set-up and filtering systems.