Hydroponic Food Production: A Definitive Guidebook of Soilless Food-growing Methods
A manual and encyclopaedic reference work on soilless food production. It seeks to be technically comprehensive, with over 450 photographs and detailed drawings on every form of hydroponics for temperate, tropical or cold climates. The volume should be suitable for both home gardeners and professional hydroponic growers.
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1Advantages of Soilless Culture versus Soil Culture
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