Hydroplonic (sp?) Gardens

David R. Hershey dh321 at PGSTUMAIL.PG.CC.MD.US
Tue Jan 16 00:01:51 EST 1996


The Hydroponic Society of America web page is a good place to begin a 
search for hydroponics info. - 
http://www.intercom.net/user/aquaedu/hsa/index.html

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David R. Hershey
					
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Adjunct Professor, Biology/Horticulture Department
Prince George's Community College, Largo, MD 20772-2199

Email: dh321 at pgstumail.pg.cc.md.us
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On 14 Jan 1996, JANET G. BEUCLER wrote:

> After a trip to New Zealand  I was told to look into hydroplonics as a 
> method to grow vegetables and spices that are otherwise not available 
> over there.  Spinach, Mustard Greens, Lettuce, also the soil has no iron 
> and i understand that hydroplonics allows the addition of metals into the 
> vat.  I need to know more.  What resources are available on the net?  
> Thanks in advance for references and/or advice.  Janet B.
> 



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