Dec 17, 2015

Biochar suitable substrate for soilless hydroponic tomatoes

Palmerston North, New Zealand (SPX) Dec 16, 2015 - As the use of soilless, hydroponic growing methods becomes more prevalent among crop producers, researchers are looking for new materials that can help growers save money, produce healthy plants, an

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