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Hydroponics Technology

Hydroponics Technology is an old technique, dating back to about 2600 years ago. It has its roots in the hanging gardens of Babylon, one of the initial Seven Wonders of the World and the Floating Gardens of China. Though humans used these techniques thousands of years ago, the general theory behind hydroponics remains the same and modern technology enables plants to be grown even faster, stronger, and healthier.

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Hydroponics is the method of growing plants without soil. Water, which contains nutrients, is used in place of soil. Consequently, the plants are grown in this nutrient solution with or without the use of an artificial medium, such as sand, gravel, vermiculite, rockwool, perlite, peat moss, old rubber tires, coir and expanded clay aggregates, to provide mechanical support. The nutrient solution is what actually makes the hydroponics technology what it is.