Hydroponics for Everybody
All about Home Horticulture
Richly illustrated, this bible of hydroponic gardening will increase your harvests above and beyond what you thought was possible.
Whether their roots are in water, in the air, in coconut coir, or in clay pebbles, hydroponics allows you to grow healthy plants and harvest fruits and vegetables 365 days a year.
From basic gardening tips for beginners to high-tech installations and professional know-how, this comprehensive guidebook brings together everything you ever wanted to know about the art of hydroponics.
This new edition has been expanded to include a chapter on current trends, and it will answer all your questions about urban gardening, planted walls, bioponics, sustainable micro-farms, and kitchen farms.
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Over 1,700 professional entries
William Texier was born in Paris. He discovered hydroponics in 1985 and became passionate about the technique. With his friend Lawrence Brook, he developed aeroponic systems and conducted research in California. A research pioneer in the hydroponic industry, he invented and patented “bioponics” (organic hydroponics) in 2004. With his thirty years of experience, he is considered a worldwide authority on these innovative methods of gardening.
Hydroponics for Everybody has been translated into nine languages.
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