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  1. Aeroponics (Youtube.com)
      "Aeroponic systems developed under NASA grants for organic aeroponic foods using BEYOND All Natural Plant Amendment and aeroponics."

  2. How to Build an Aeroponics System (GardeningKnowHow.com)
      "Nearly any plant can be grown with an aeroponic growing system. Aeroponic plants grow faster, yield more, and are healthier than soil-grown plants. Aeroponics also requires little space, making it ideal for growing plants indoors. No growing medium is used with an aeroponic growing system. Instead, the roots of aeroponic plants are suspended in a darkened chamber, which is periodically sprayed with a nutrient-rich solution."

Papers
  1. Aeroponics (Wikipedia.org)
      "The basic principle of aeroponic growing is to grow plants in a closed or semi-closed environment by spraying the plant's roots with a nutrient rich solution. Ideally, the environment is kept free from pests and disease so that the plants may grow healthier and quicker than plants grown in a medium. However, since most aeroponic environments are not perfectly closed off to the outside, pests and disease may still cause a threat. These conditions advance plant development, health, growth, flowering and fruiting for any given plant species and cultivars. Oxygen in the rhizosphere (root zone) is necessary for healthy plant growth. As aeroponics is conducted in air combined with micro-droplets of water, almost any plant can grow to maturity in air with a plentiful supply of oxygen, water and nutrients."

  2. Hydroponics (Homegrown Hydroponics)
      Provides a comprehensive guide to starting and maintaining a hydroponic garden.

   
   


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