Chemical contents of hydroponic plants

  • George Steven Chemical Sciences Institute, London, United Kingdom
Keywords: vegetables, hydroponic type, meaning hydroponics, water, hydroponics plant material


The world is increasingly sophisticated with technologies that help humans in the move, even in terms of compliance with food, but it is still in line with the development of technology that is the growing amount of human birth, so the lack of area for fulfillment in terms of planting of food crops, but the land is mostly reserved residential land, and even more we see this village, which is clearing land to grow crops other than basic foodstuffs, but only to enrich themselves. How do we as human beings who still want to meet the food needs facing arable land diminishing modern era is farming no longer have to use the soil of various methods of planting can be used for those who want to pursue her, one of which is farming hydroponic, hydroponics itself is a means farming without soil media when faced with the problems faced in the world in terms of food production, hydroponic gardening system offers a promising solution. In poor countries where soil or climate inhospitable to agriculture, hydroponics offers a means to grow crops with ease. also in areas where the soil has lost its nutrients or fertile land is hard to come by, hydroponics can be an ideal alternative to farming.


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Steven, G. (2019). Chemical contents of hydroponic plants. International Journal of Chemical & Material Sciences, 2(1), 14-17.