Hobby Hydroponics - Second Edition
Hydroponics as a hobby can provide enjoyment, stress relief, and the gratification of creating your own fresh, pesticide-free garden. The increased interest in hobby hydroponics over the last 30 years has created market demand and, therefore, wide-spread availability of small-scale hydroponic units.
Hobby Hydroponics, Second Edition is a guide to all aspects of home hydroponic culture and systems, providing the most up-to-date information on hobby hydroponic growing, including the numerous advancements in concepts, technology, and products since the first edition.
Hydroponics Photo Album CD
Greenhouses & Components,
This CD is included in the new 7th Ed. of "Hydroponic Food Production."
Available Alone: $19.95 (includes shipping)
A Definitive Guidebook for the Advanced Home Gardener and the Commercial Hydroponic Grower - SEVENTH EDITION
Completely revised and updated, details advances that have taken
place in this field since the publication of the previous edition in 2001.
Meant for hobby and commercial growers the book:
- Shows readers how to set up a hydroponic operation with
the options of using any of the many
hydroponic cultures presently used in the industry to grow vegetable crops
- Provides background in plant physiology and nutrition essential for growing these crops
- Describes nutrient formulations and their applications in nutrient solutions with calculations
This practical guide to soilless growing practices provides detailed
information on how to design, set up, and operate hydroponic culture systems. Featuring more than
500 photographs, drawings and tables, the seventh edition of this bestselling book has been extensively
updated and expanded. The text describes the most successful growing cultures to use with specific crops
and details media as well as hydroponic techniques. Chapters cover nutrient uptake and mixing as well as
deficiencies and their symptoms, plant nutrition, nutrient solution, water culture, tropical hydroponics
and special applications, plant culture, nutrient film technique, gravel culture, and more.
A companion CD featuring over 100 pages of color photographs dealing with commercial hydroponics is included.