Reuse of hydroponic waste solution

  title={Reuse of hydroponic waste solution},
  author={Ramasamy Rajesh Kumar and Jaeyoung Cho},
  journal={Environmental Science and Pollution Research},
Attaining sustainable agriculture is a key goal in many parts of the world. The increased environmental awareness and the ongoing attempts to execute agricultural practices that are economically feasible and environmentally safe promote the use of hydroponic cultivation. Hydroponics is a technology for growing plants in nutrient solutions with or without the use of artificial medium to provide mechanical support. Major problems for hydroponic cultivation are higher operational cost and the… 
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