hydroponics

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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.
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The combination with GeoGlobal Partners, which caters primarily to the beginner-to-intermediate water gardening segments, will allow for offering a full product range also in North America, in addition to Europe.
But those who try water gardening tend to stay with it.
You will find the staff very experienced and helpful and able to advise on any aspect relating to your water gardening and aquatic requirements.
It is written by one of the best-respected names in water gardening, Anthony Archer-Wills, who himself runs a water gardening business and pioneered the design and construction of water gardens for more than 30 years.
The water gardening centre where Charlie Dimmock honed her skills has closed down.
Like most hobbies, container water gardening begins innocently enough, only gradually developing into a full-blown obsession.
Homeowners who want to "dive into" water gardening in a big way choose this flexible liner; they can create large, deep ponds that can hold many, and many varieties of, fish and plants.