Hydroponics: A Successful Structure and its Growing Operation

1Kishore C Senapati, Ashok K Das


Hydroponics is a branch of hydro culture, a method of growing plants without soil by using mineral nutrient solutions instead of water solvents. Terrestrial plants may be grown only with roots exposed to a nutrient liquid, or the roots may be physically covered by an inert medium. Hydroponic technology is now becoming increasingly widespread all over the world due to the productive assets of the executives and the production of quality food. Soil-based agriculture is currently facing a variety of challenges, such as urbanization, cataclysmic occurrence, environmental change, intermittent use of synthetic substances and pesticides that drain land yields. In this study, there are various hydroponic structures vis. wick, back and forth movement, dribble, deep water culture and the Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) framework; their activities and impediments; the execution of different yields and the protection of water by this method have been investigated. Financially, the NFT technique has been used throughout the world for the development of greenery just as differently. In order to make productive use of business hydroponic innovation, it is essential to increase ease of use of methods that are anything but difficult to operate and maintain; it requires less work and lower overall organization and operating costs. This research covers a distinctive part of the hydroponics, vegetables developed within the hydroponics framework and the global market for hydroponics. This section discusses the various types of hydroponics, including substrates, nutrients and supplements, and sanitization methods for the recycling of supplements.


Aeroponics, Aquaponics, Culture Nutrients, Hydroponics, Nutrient solution, Nutrient Film Technique (NFT), Nutrient management, Water conservation.

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