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Hydroponics : Windowfarms-Latest Trend in Urban Gardening
With the introduction of hydroponics in North America, people are no more worried about climatic irregularities or available space.
By: Jennifer Dsouza
In window farming, plants are placed on vertical columns on windows, which are well connected from top to bottom with nutrient-spiked water pumped from a common reservoir. Generally, plastic bottles are connected in line to support the plant roots. With the help of pipes and timer controlled pump, nutrients trickle down from one plant to another from top of the window, circulating throughout the system. Unused nutrients and water are collected and re-pumped making window farming an economical method of decorating your windows. Hydroponic plants use the window space efficiently as they have comparatively denser roots than soil plants. This compact root structure can be contained in the hanging bottles that are centers of attraction in urban window farms.
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