Hydroponic grass

@article{Cuddeford1989HydroponicG,
  title={Hydroponic grass},
  author={D. Cuddeford},
  journal={In Practice},
  year={1989},
  volume={11},
  pages={211 - 214}
}
  • D. Cuddeford
  • Published 1989
  • In Practice
  • Derek Cuddeford graduated in Agricultural Science from London in 1967. He obtained his MSc in Animal Nutrition from Aberdeen in 1968 and began lecturing at the Royal (Dick) Veterinary School. He has a PhD for studies on Ovine urolithiasis and his current research area is horse nutrition. HYDROPONIC culture is the growing of plants in a soil-less environment and has been practised for thousands of years. Water is used to transport nutrients to the plant and the major application of this cultural… CONTINUE READING
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