Hydroponic cultivation means one of the techniques of cultivation above ground: the earth is replaced by an inert substrate (expanded clay, perlite, vermiculite, coconut fiber, rock wool, zeolite, etc.).
The plant is irrigated with a nutritive solution composed of water and the compounds (mostly inorganic) necessary to make all the elements necessary for normal nutrition. The technique is otherwise known with the term hydroculture.
Cubic meters of recirculated water: 49.00 cubic meters Surface area: 823 sqm Average fish quantity: 650 kg
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Aeroponics is the process of greenhouse development of plants without the use of land or any other support aggregate.