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  1. Aeroponics

    Very long date September 2009 Image NASA Aeroponics International lettuce day30.jpg thumb Close up of lettuce and wheat grown in an aeroponic apparatus, NASAP , 1998. Aeroponics is the process of growing ... minerals to sustain plant growth, aeroponics is conducted without a growing medium. ref name .... ref Because water is used in aeroponics to transmit nutrients, it is sometimes considered a type ... of root systems, aeroponics is often combined with conventional hydroponics, which is used as an emergency ... aeroponics is defined as delivering nutrients to the roots via 20 50 micrometre mist heads using ... ecological advantages of aeroponics are the conservation of water and energy. When compared to hydroponics, aeroponics offers lower water and energy inputs per square meter of growing area. Citation needed date February 2008 When used commercially, aeroponics uses one tenth of the water otherwise ... for healthy plant growth. As aeroponics is conducted in air combined with micro Drop liquid droplets ... researchers have used aeroponics to study the effects of root zone gas composition on plant performance ... allows aeroponics to benefit from the natural occurrence. ref name stoner clawson1 Disease free cultivation Aeroponics can limit disease transmission since plant to plant contact is reduced and each ... environment that is unique to aeroponics, many plants can grow at higher density plants per sq meter ... du Toit, L.J., H.W. Kirby and W.L. Pedersen 1997 . Evaluation of an Aeroponics System to Screen ... aeroponics as a valuable, simple, and rapid method for preliminary screening of genotypes for resistance ... . Evaluation of an Aeroponics System to Screen Maize Genotypes for Resistance to Fusarium graminearum ... into the dense root system s . Repeatability is the key to aeroponics and includes the hydro atomized ... thumb Close up of roots grown from wheat seed using aeroponics, 1998 The discrete nature of interval and duration aeroponics allows the measurement of nutrient uptake over time under varying ...   more details



  1. Geoponic

    Unreferenced date February 2007 The terms geoponic and geoponics refers to simple husbandry where in agricultural practice it connotes the breeding and raising of animals. The terms geoponic and geoponics in farming practice, refer to growing plants in normal soil. This usage is mainly found when soil growing is contrasted with techniques such as hydroponics , where the plants are grown in water, or aeroponics , where plants are grown suspended in air. The term originated as the Greek word for farming. See also hydroponics aeroponics soil soil mechanics farming agriculture horticulture aquaponics geneponics aquaculture Category Agricultural soil science Agriculture stub ...   more details



  1. Fogponics

    Multiple issues orphan August 2011 COI July 2011 unreferenced July 2011 notability Products date July 2011 Fogponics is an advanced form of aeroponics which uses water in a vaporised form to transfer nutrients and oxygen to enclosed suspended plant roots . Trials using fogponics, have shown that water and energy use is reduced compared with traditional aeroponic and hydroponic systems, and that higher yields are achievable. citation needed date September 2011 Category Horticulture and gardening ...   more details



  1. Hydroculture

    Unreferenced date December 2009 File Hydroponic onions nasa.jpg thumb hydroponically cultivated onions File Water cultivate a crocus.jpg thumb Example of a water plant cultivated crocus Hydroculture is when plants are grown in a soilless medium. Plant nutrients are distributed via water. The word hydro derives its name from the Greek word hudor meaning water, hence hydroculture water culture ref http hydro culture.net ref . In basic hydroculture or passive hydroponics , water and nutrients are distributed through capillary action. In hydroponics like hydroculture, water and nutrients are distributed by some form of pumping mechanism. File Hydroton.jpg thumb right Hydroton brand expanded clay pebbles. The roots might be anchored in Ex clay clay aggregate such as the trademarks LECA and Hydroton. Advantages include ease of maintenance as watering and feeding involve just topping up the reservoir of growing solution. Certain types of hydroponic media are resistant to some types of soil borne insects. See also Hydroponics Aeroponics Aquaponics Passive hydroponics References references Category Hydroculture Category Horticulture and gardening da Hydrokultur botanik de Hydrokultur ja nl Hydrocultuur no Vannkultur sv Vattenkultur ...   more details



  1. Underground farming

    Underground farming is the practice of cultivating food underground. Underground farming is usually done using hydroponics, aeroponics or air dynaponics systems or container gardens. Light is generally provided by means of grow lamp s ref http www.gizmag.com aerofarms urban agriculture 15371 Underground farming lighting system using LEDs ref or daylighting systems as light tube s . ref http www.technologyreview.com blog deltav 25740 Underground lighting ref Sometimes, special modifications are done to improve the system even more. These can include water jacketed lighting system, NFT double pass growing system with moveable racks, ... ref http www.growingedge.com magazine back issues view article.php3?AID 170534 Special features of the South Pole Growth Chamber ref Present systems The Lunar greenhouse is an underground farm made by Phil Sadles and Gene Giacomelli of the University of Arizona s Controlled Environment Agriculture Center CEAC ref http www.space.com 9353 lunar greenhouse grow food future moon colonies.html Lunar greenhouse ref ref Kijk magazine, editie 13, 2010 ref The urine and exhaled air of the astronauts is reused in the system by the plants. ref http www.technologyreview.com blog deltav 25740 Reuse of urine and exhaled air ref See also Rooftop farming References reflist Category Urban agriculture Category Types of garden ...   more details



  1. Rooftop farming

    Mergeto Roof garden date July 2009 Rooftop farming is the practice of cultivating food on the rooftop of buildings. ref EOS magazine, december 2008 ref ref http www.cityfarmer.info tokyo rooftop and underground urban farming lures young japanese office workers Rooftop farming ref ref http noimpactman.typepad.com blog 2008 06 urban rooftop f.html Urban rooftops ref Rooftop farming is usually done using hydroponics , aeroponics or air dynaponics systems or container garden s. ref http www.cityfarmer.org rooftopthesis.html Rooftop farming systems ref Besides using the already present space at the roof itself, additional platforms could possibly be created between high rise buildings called aero bridges . ref http www.sip.org.sg uploadPDF How 2520Does 2520Your 2520Market 2520Garden 2520Grow 18Aug09 fellowship .pdf Sing kong Lee advocating aero bridges ref Notable projects http www.eatupag.wordpress.com Eat Up rooftop agricultural resource http www.farmroof.com FarmRoof Rooftop Farms at Greenpoint, NYC http rooftopfarms.org the True Nature Foods Rooftop Victory Garden ref http www.urbanhabitatchicago.org projects true nature foods TNF rooftop farm ref the Changi General Hospital ref http www.greenroofs.com projects pview.php?id 565 Changi General Hospital rooftop farming project ref the http www.cityfarmer.org TrentRoof.html Trent University rooftop farm in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada the http justfood.org Just Food http www.zeek.net 612ableman Eli Zabar s rooftop greenhouse the Habana Outpost, by Habana Works. the Hoogte Kadijk building in Amsterdam Growing Chefs Eko Pilot Site See also Vertical farming Green wall Underground farming Low flow irrigation systems References Reflist External links http www.technologyforthepoor.com UrbanAgriculture Garden.htm Rooftop farming guidebook DEFAULTSORT Rooftop Farming Category Roof garden Category Urban agriculture ...   more details



  1. Mist

    Other uses Refimprove date January 2009 Mist is a phenomenon of small droplets suspended in air . It can occur as part of natural weather or volcanic activity, and is common in cold air above warmer water, in Exhalation exhale d air in the cold, and in a steam room of a sauna . It can also be created artificially with Aerosol spray aerosol canisters if the humidity conditions are right. The only difference between mist and fog is visibility. ref http www.rcn27.dial.pipex.com cloudsrus mistnfog.html ref This phenomenon is called fog if the visibility is one kilometre 1,100 yards or less in the UK for driving purposes the definition of fog is visibility less than 200 metres, for pilots the distance is 1 kilometre . Otherwise it is known as mist. Seen from a distance, mist is bluish, and haze is more brownish. Citation needed date November 2008 Religious connotations are associated with mist in some cultures it is used as a metaphor in 2 Peter 2 17. Mist makes a light beam beam of light visible from the side via refraction and Reflection physics reflection on the suspended water droplets. Scotch mist is a light steady drizzle, the name being typical of the Scottish penchant for understatement and of Scottish weather . Mist is cold. Mist usually occurs near the shores, and is often associated with fog. Mist can be as high as mountain tops when extreme temperatures are low. Freezing mist Freezing mist is similar to freezing fog, only the density is less and the visibility greater. When mist falls below 0 degrees Celsius in temperature it becomes known as freezing mist. gallery File AAfog3.jpg Sunlight filters through a thin layer of fog on a crisp winter morning in Albuquerque , New Mexico File Zimba Panorama.jpg Misty morning at Moralberg File Misty morning02.jpg Misty morning at Swifts Creek gallery References reflist See also Wiktionary mist Commons Mist Aeroponics Brocken spectre Drizzle Fog Haze Spray disambiguation Category Air pollution Category Fog Category Psych ...   more details



  1. Root rot

    principal reasons for the development of aeroponics . Particular diseases Rhododendron root rot Shoestring ...   more details



  1. Fogger

    A fogger is any device that creates a fog , typically containing an insecticide for killing insect s and other arthropod s. Foggers are often used by consumers as a low cost alternative to professional pest control services. The number of foggers needed for pest control depends on the size of the space to be treated, as stated for safety reasons on the instructions supplied with the devices. The fog may contain flammable gases, leading to a danger of explosion if a fogger is used in a building with a pilot light or other naked flame. ref cite web url http news.galvestondailynews.com story.lasso?ewcd cdb17663ab78fb18 title Bug foggers cause house explosion first Scott E. last Williams publisher The Daily News Galveston County date 2008 01 22 ref Foggers are also used in aeroponics , a branch of modern agriculture . Fogger composition Total release foggers TRFs also called bug bombs are used to kill cockroaches, fleas, and flying insects by filling an area with insecticide. Most foggers contain pyrethroid , pyrethrin , or both as active ingredients. Pyrethroids are a class of synthetic insecticides that are chemically similar to natural pyrethrins and have low potential for systemic toxicity in mammals. Pyrethrins are insecticides derived from chrysanthemum flowers pyrethrum . Piperonyl butoxide and n octyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide often are added to pyrethrin products to inhibit insects microsomal enzymes that detoxify pyrethrins. To distribute their insecticide, foggers also contain aerosol propellant s. ref name mmwr cite journal title Illnesses and Injuries Related to Total Release Foggers journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report volume 57 issue 41 pages 1125 1129 publisher Centers for Disease Control and Prevention location Atlanta, GA date October 17, 2008 url http www.cdc.gov mmwr preview mmwrhtml mm5741a3.htm accessdate November 12, 2008 pmid 18923383 author1 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC ref Hazards to humans During 2001 2006, a tota ...   more details



  1. Tower Garden

    Multiple issues orphan November 2011 wikify November 2011 Tower Garden is a patented, aeroponics aeroponic vertical food production system that supports plant growth without soil. The system was developed through research and consumer testing at Future Growing LLC, a hydroponics and hydro organic consulting firm and supply company, ref cite web url http www.futuregrowing.com index.html title Future Growing LLC publisher Futuregrowing.com date accessdate 2011 11 11 ref to produce healthy plants and healthy food in a sustainable growing system. ref cite web url http www.towergarden.com ourpurpose.html title Our Purpose Tower Garden publisher Towergarden.com date accessdate 2011 11 11 ref The Tower Garden arranges plants vertically ref name nytimes1 cite news last Fabricant first Florence url http www.nytimes.com 2010 07 28 dining 28roof.html?scp 1&sq 22tower 20garden 22&st cse title Pulling Produce From a Rooftop Garden Into a Restaurant publisher NYTimes.com date 2010 07 27 accessdate 2011 11 11 ref and aeroponically distributes and recycles an earth based mineral nutrient solution in water to nourish the plants. ref cite web url http www.towergarden.com info.html title Information about the Tower Garden publisher Towergarden.com date accessdate 2011 11 11 ref The basic residential Tower Garden unit is 5 pots tall and can grow up to 20 plants in a 2.5 x 2.5 space. The Tower Garden stores the mineral nutrient solution inside its 25 gallon reservoir base and pushes it up the tower by means of a small pump. The mineral solution feeds the plant roots which extend into in the open central corridor of the appliance and hang exposed to the solution there and returns excess solution to the tower s reservoir base. This circulation creates a highly oxygenated growing environment for the plants. The system uses less water and less horizontal space than traditional farming while recycling nutrients to minimize waste. ref cite news author Lucie Young url http www.telegraph.co.uk foodanddrink ...   more details



  1. Hydroponics

    solution culture, continuous flow solution culture and aeroponics. The medium culture method has ... halfway along the gully and reducing flow rates to 1 L min through each outlet. Aeroponics Main Aeroponics Aeroponics is a system wherein roots are continuously or discontinuously kept in an environment ... of aeroponics. Aeroponic techniques have proved to be commercially successful for propagation, seed ... title Research News, Commercial Aeroponics The Grow Anywhere Story , In Vitro Report An Official ..., aeroponics has been implemented as an alternative to water intensive hydroponic systems worldwide. ref cite web title Stoner, R., Aeroponics Versus Bed and Hydroponic Propagation , Florist Review ... aerators are utilized or not. Another distinct advantage of aeroponics over hydroponics is that any ... survive for so long in water before they become water logged. The advantage of aeroponics is that suspended ... grown plants. Aeroponics used 65 less water than hydroponics. NASA also concluded that aeroponically ... growers the ability to reduce the spread of disease and pathogens. ref Aeroponics ref Aeroponics is also ... ref See also Aeroponics Aquaponics Folkewall Grow box Growroom Organoponics Passive hydroponics ...   more details



  1. Cold Fire (Star Trek: Voyager)

    . Kes realizes the full potential of her mental powers when her mind causes the plants in the aeroponics ...   more details



  1. Growroom

    A growroom or grow room is a room of any size where plants are grown under controlled conditions. The reasons for utilizing a growroom are countless. Some seek to avoid the criminal repercussions of growing illicit cultivar s, while others simply have no alternative to indoor growing. Plants can be grown with the use of artificial light, sunlight , or a combination of the two. Due to the heat generated by high Electric power power lamps, grow rooms will often become excessively hot relative to the temperature range ideal for plant growth, often necessitating the use of a supplemental ventilation fan implement fan . Growing methods The plants in a growroom can be grown in soil , or without soil via means such as hydroponic s, and aeroponics . Not only is growing in a soiless medium more cost effective, sometimes one also gets a much higher yield, as well as faster fruit maturation. Citation needed date May 2009 Soiless mixes usually carry 0 nutrients so the gardener can utilize the perfect combination of nutrients for the crop. Vermiculite , perlite , coconut husk and rockwool are the most popular mixes for indoor cultivation. Citation needed date May 2009 Lighting The three most common varieties of lighting for indoor growing are High intensity discharge lamp s the most prevalent for this application being high pressure sodium for flowering and metal halide for growing , Compact fluorescent lamp s, and traditional Fluorescent lamp s. Incandescent and halogen lamps generate excessive heat per watt, with a low lumen to watt ratio. LED lights are becoming more popular for growrooms due to their low energy requirements and low heat output. Recent advances such as automotive grade 6 watt LEDs have entered the LED grow light market. Luminous efficacy High Intensity discharge lamps HID have the most Luminous efficacy efficacy in terms of Lumen unit s of light output vs. Electric power power input. Compact fluorescent are slightly less efficient than HID lamps. Traditional ...   more details



  1. Fury (Star Trek: Voyager)

    looked back then to blend in. She goes to the aeroponics bay, where she stuns and hides her younger ...   more details



  1. Leaf sensor

    ref See also Aeroponics Agriculture Hydroponics Irrigation Footnotes reflist Category Sensors Category ...   more details



  1. Grow box

    soil growing DWC Deep Water Culture , Aeroponics, Drip Systems, EB & Flow Systems, Floater Systems ...   more details



  1. Microponics

    regulations might limit certain possible integrations. li ol See also Aeroponics Aquaculture Aquaponics ...   more details



  1. Vertical farming

    and aeroponics , the skyscrapers could theoretically produce Fish food fish , Poultry farming ... are Greenhouse Aeroponics Hydroponics Aquaponics Composting Grow light Phytoremediation Skyscraper ... September 2011 See also Arcology Agriculture Hydroponics Aeroponics Aquaculture Folkewall Hanging Gardens ...   more details



  1. USS Voyager (Star Trek)

    of being 70,000 light years from port, such as the aeroponics airponics bay and the transformation ...   more details



  1. Living with the Land

    Aeroponics , in which a fine mist of water and nutrients is sprayed directly onto the roots of the plants ...   more details



  1. Index of sociology of food articles

    Sociology of food is the study of food as it relates to the history, progression, and future development of society . This includes production, distribution, conflict, medical application, ritual, spiritual, and cultural applications, environmental and labor issues. compactTOC8 side yes top yes num yes Expand list date August 2008 0 A 5 A Day acceptable daily intake Aggregate Nutrient Density Index aggregate nutrient density index ageusia animal source foods Food additive additives aeroponics agriculture alcohol alcoholic beverage control state algaculture Androphagi antibiotic antioxidant appellation Appellation d origine contr l e apiculture aphagia appetite aquaculture asado B baker s dozen baking Banchan barbecue barbecue in the United States beer beer style benzopyrene berenklauw beverage can stove biodiversity blind baking birthday cake bottom trawling bottled water braai breadbox broasting broiling bulgogi bread bushfood bushmeat bycatch C canning cannibalism carbohydrate carry over cooking cart noodle catch and release casu marzu cereal cha chaan teng charbroil comfort food Common Agricultural Policy Common Fisheries Policy control of fire by early humans conveyor belt sushi convenience food cooking cookware and bakeware cretan diet curing food preservation curing culinary curry D dai pai dong deep frying Denominazione di origine controllata diabetes diet nutrition diet dietary supplement dieting digestion dim sum distilled beverage Drying food drying dysgeusia E eating eating disorders enzyme entomophagy environmental vegetarianism essential nutrient exercise F factory ship famine FARMA farmers market fast food fasting fat fat acceptance movement fiber finger bowl fishing food allergy food bank food chain food consumption by class food consumption by gender food consumption by race food consumption by socioeconomic status food contaminants food energy Food for Peace food fortification food guide pyramid food irradiation food labeling regulations U.K., E.U. ...   more details



  1. Zeitgeist: Moving Forward

    , hydroponics and aeroponics are mentioned as a possible solutions for food shortages. Maglev trains ...   more details



  1. Sprouting

    abstract work Food Science ref See also Aeroponics Hydroponics Whole grains References ...   more details



  1. List of Star Trek characters

    Jennifer Lien Aeroponics gardener, medical aide student scope row 7 of 9 7 of 9 Tertiary Adjunct of Unimatrix ...   more details



  1. Cannabis cultivation

    . ref These methods include using a water or air based growth medium known as hydroponics and aeroponics ...   more details




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