Hydroponics Worldwide - a Technical Overview

@inproceedings{Jensen2010HydroponicsW,
  title={Hydroponics Worldwide - a Technical Overview},
  author={Merle H. Jensen},
  year={2010}
}
  • Merle H. Jensen
  • Published 2010
Growing greenhouse vegetables is one of the most exacting and intense forms of all agricultural enterprises. In combination with greenhouses, hydroponics is becoming increasingly popular, especially in the United States, Canada, western Europe, and Japan. It is high technology and capital intensive. It is highly productive, conservative of water and land and protective of the environment. For production of leafy vegetables and herbs, deep flow hydroponics is common. For growing row crops such… CONTINUE READING

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