Hydroponics is a method of growing plants without soil, which instead uses a nutrient-rich water solution to provide the essential minerals and elements that plants typically derive from the ground. This technique allows for precise control over the nutrients and environmental conditions, such as pH and moisture levels, leading to potentially faster growth rates and higher yields compared to traditional soil-based agriculture. In hydroponic systems, plant roots are suspended in a growth medium—such as rockwool, clay pellets, or peat moss—or directly in the nutrient solution. These systems can be set up in various configurations, including the nutrient film technique (NFT), deep water culture (DWC), and aeroponics, among others. Hydroponics is particularly useful in areas with poor soil quality or limited space, such as urban environments, and is a popular method for indoor gardening and commercial food production. Additionally, hydroponics can conserve water and reduce the need for pesticides and herbicides, making it an attractive option for sustainable and controlled agricultural practices.
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