Hydroponics for Everybody



Garden & Nature

William Texier

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352 pages
17 x 24 cm
130 illustrations

Hydroponics allows you to grow healthy plants – whether their roots are in water, in the air, in coconut coir, or in clay pebbles – and harvest fruits and vegetables 365 days a year.

From basic gardening tips for beginners to high-tech installations and professional know-how, this comprehensive guidebook brings together everything you ever wanted to know about the art of hydroponics.

This new edition has been expanded to include a chapter on current trends, and it will answer all your questions about urban gardening, planted walls, bioponics, sustainable micro-farms, and kitchen farms.

William Texier

William Texier was born in Paris. He discovered hydroponics in 1985 and developed a passion for the technique. With his friend Lawrence Brook, he created aeroponic systems and conducted research in California. A pioneer in the hydroponic industry, he invented and patented “bioponics” (organic hydroponics) in 2004. With his thirty years of experience, he is considered a worldwide authority on these innovative methods of gardening.
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