Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 10:53AM
Gary Leavitt


There are two chief merits of the soil-less cultivation of plants: First, hydroponics may potentially produce much higher crop yields. Second, hydroponics can be used in places where in-ground agriculture or gardening are not possible.

Following are some of the many other reasons why hydroponics is being adapted around the world (and by De Luz Farms & Nursery) for food production:

Today, hydroponics is an established branch of agronomy. Progress has been rapid, and results obtained in various countries have proved it to be thoroughly practical and to have very definite advantages over conventional methods of horticulture.

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