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When being in ‘deep water’ means growth

The Deep Water Culture System is one of the simplest hydroponic systems.

Welcome to ‘Green Thumb!’ Each article will be focused on tips and DIY (do-it-yourself) projects that you can try at home. I have dedicated my career to agriculture because I believe that food production is the key to any country’s sustainability.

With food prices constantly rising due to water shortages, pest and disease challenges, and various climatic factors, we need to find alternatives to ensure that we can provide our families with food.

One such method that every home can try is hydroponics. Hydroponics is simply soil-less agriculture. There are many types of hydroponic systems and many variations to each type. The six main types are Deep Water Culture, the Nutrient Film Technique, Ebb and Flow, Wick System, Aeroponics and Drip System

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