In the 1930s, the possibility of growing plants in a medium other than soil intrigued many persons, and extravagant claims were being made by many of the most ardent proponents of the commercial use of the water-culture method. Furthermore, amateur gardeners sought to make this method a new hobby.
Originally published in 1950, this book includes a discussion of general principles underlying the use of all methods for growing plants without soil, and gives detailed information for general application of the water-culture method to commercial as well as to amateur gardening.
- Nutriculture Is Not a New Method
- Principles and Application of Nutriculture
- Directions for the Water-Culture Method
- The Type of Container
- Nature of the Bed
- Aeration of the Root System
- Planting Procedures
- Managing the Solutions
- Selecting the Nutrient Solution
- Preparing the Nutrient Solution
- Nutrient Solutions for Use in Demonstrating Mineral Deficiencies in Plants
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