Corpus ID: 18903245

GROWING HYDROPONIC TOMATOES

@inproceedings{JensenGROWINGHT,
  title={GROWING HYDROPONIC TOMATOES},
  author={M. Jensen}
}
Consumption of tomatoes in the United States has reached 4.3 billion pounds each year. When consumers are willing to pay double or triple standard prices for a great tasting, blemish free product, buyers and sellers alike can smile at the possibilities. Repeated pricing studies have shown that only high-quality, garden vegetables, such as tomatoes, cucumbers, salad crops and culinary herbs, can provide break even or better revenues in hydro systems. Hydroponics is a technology for growing… Expand
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