Hydroponic Food Production: A Definitive Guidebook of Soilless Food-growing Methods
Now in its fifth edition, this master guide to hydroponics provides detailed chapters on major production systems such as gravel, sand, or water culture as well as rock wool and NFT. Contains instructions and formulas on developing hydroponic fertilizers and details on how to spot nutrient deficiencies and correct system imbalances.
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1Advantages of Soilless Culture versus Soil Culture
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