Commercial Hydroponics: How to Grow 86 Different Plants in Hydroponics

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Simon & Schuster Australia, 2000 - Botany - 172 pages
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Hydroponics has a dedicated following worldwide; of both amateur and commercial growers. This book, though titled “Commercial”, is still very much a relevant reference for the amateur. Hydroponics has become a significant and stable facet of horticulture in many countries. It has been recognised for its environmental as well as commercial benefits; and an ever increasing variety of techniques and applications have emerged. Organic hydroponics is even possible today. Book is divided into following chapters: 1. Classification Of Hydroponic Systems 2. Site Considerations 3. Plant Nutrition 4. Nutrient Film Technique (Nft) Culture 5. Rockwool Culture 6. Aggregate Culture 7. Hydroponics Equipment 8. Greenhouse Operation 9. Plant Culture In Hydroponics 10.Vegetable Crops 11. Berry And Other Fruit Crops 104 12. Flower Crops 13. Other Crops 14. Managing A Commercial Hydroponic Farm 15. Troubleshooting: A Guide To Overcoming 16. Problems In Hydroponics By Lynette Morgan

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