Soilless Culture

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  • Author : Md Asaduzzaman
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Pages : 176 pages
  • ISBN : 9535117394
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Soilless Culture

Soilless Culture
  • Author : Md Asaduzzaman
  • Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
  • Release : 25 February 2015
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Soilless Culture - Use of Substrates for the Production of Quality Horticultural Crops provides useful information on the techniques of growing horticultural crops using either inert organic or inorganic substrates and also on use of substrates consisting locally available and inexpensive materials with adequate physical and chemical properties. The contents mainly includes influence of different substrates on horticultural crops grown under soilless culture, production of vegetables and ornamental crops in water shortage area, comparative evaluation of commercial inert substrate used

Soilless Culture Management

Soilless Culture Management
  • Author : Meier Schwarz
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
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Hydroponics, the method of growing plants without soil, presents a feasible alternative to conventional farming in areas which are short on water supply and limited in agricultural soil. This book will serve as an indispensable guide for students in the agriculture sciences, for agriculture instructors and soilless-culture farmers. It provides up-to-date information on optimal plant nutrition, deficiencies and toxicities of nutrients, plant growth media, optimal root environment, environmental control, carbon dioxide requirements, saline conditions and use of sewage in soilless

Soilless Culture Theory and Practice

Soilless Culture  Theory and Practice
  • Author : Michael Raviv,J. Heinrich Lieth,Asher Bar-Tal
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 March 2019
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Soilless Culture: Theory and Practice, Second Edition, is the first authoritative reference book on both the theoretical and practical aspects of growing plants without the use of soil. It is the go-to source for those involved in this practice, focusing on hydroponics and advancements in technologies and methodologies. The book builds on the thorough presentation of both physical and chemical properties of various soilless growing media, also addressing how these properties affect plant performance in basic horticultural operations, such as

Hydroponics

Hydroponics
  • Author : J. Benton Jones, Jr.
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 09 June 1997
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With over 45,000 acres of greenhouse vegetation currently being grown hydroponically throughout the world, hydroponics has become one of the most rapidly expanding new areas of plant research. Although growing plants without soil has been practiced since ancient times, hydroponics-the growing of plants specifically in water or nutrient solutions-has shown itself to be the most cost-effective way of maximizing yield, eliminating plant disease, minimizing labor costs and getting the most out of limited land resources. It's both an economically and ecologically

Protected Agriculture

Protected Agriculture
  • Author : Merle H. Jensen,Alan J. Malter
  • Publisher : World Bank Publications
  • Release : 07 June 1995
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History; Covering materials; Greenhouses; Growing systems in greenhouses; Floriculture crops; Water supply, water quality and mineral nutrition; Drip irrigation; Disease and insect control; Propagation and cultivar selection; Economics of protecred agriculture; Marketing and distribution; Technology transfer between nations; Development constraints, research needs and the future of protected agriculture.

Strawberries

Strawberries
  • Author : R M Sharma,Rakesh Yamdagni,A K Dubey,Vikramaditya Pandey
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 25 July 2019
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This book provides unparalleled integration of fundamentals and most advanced management to make this strawberry crop highly remunerative besides enhancing per capita availability of fruit even in the non-traditional regions of the world.

Hydroponics and Protected Cultivation

Hydroponics and Protected Cultivation
  • Author : Lynette Morgan
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release : 12 March 2021
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A comprehensive, practical text which covers a diverse range of hydroponic and protected cropping techniques, systems, greenhouse types and environments. It also details the use of indoor plant factories, vertical systems, organic hydroponics and aquaponics. Worldwide hydroponic cropping operations can vary from large, corporate producers running many hectares of greenhouse systems particularly for crops such as tomato, cucumber, capsicum and lettuce, to smaller-scale growers growing fresh produce for local markets.