Why is hydroponics good?

Answer Hydroponics is a method for growing plants without the use of soil. Plants are grown in water containing carefully formulated minerals and nutrients, and are sometimes supported by non-soil materia... Read More »

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Good Plants for Hydroponics?

Many plants grow well in hydroponic garden systems, which provide complete nutrients, support the plant and make air available to the roots. Plants that grow well in wet areas will be easier to gro... Read More »

Where are hydroponics used?

AnswerHydroponics provides a controlled environment for the growth of plants thus removing unknown aspects from experiments. Furthermore, hydroponics is more profitable for the farmer since it enha... Read More »

What does hydroponics mean?

Hydroponics is growing plants with no soil. Typically, the plants are suspended in water. Special fertilizers are used to ensure plants this way receive all the essential micro-nutrients they need... Read More »

Who invented hydroponics?

The first attempt at hydroponics is credited to a man named John Woodward in 1699. He grew potatoes and spearmint from only water, which he got from the local river. He was a natural historian and... Read More »