ANNAPHANTS. ANNAPHANTS Anna Ling; Lucy Jun; Nicholas O; Kota Abe. AEROPONICS. A technique for growing plants without soil or being submerged in water. CONTENTS. Aero-what? How is Aeroponics different from Hydroponics? How Aeroponics Works Advantages and Disadvantages of Aeroponics
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Anna Ling; Lucy Jun; Nicholas O; Kota Abe
A technique for growing plants without soil or being submerged in water.
apparatus – The Genesis Machine
Did you know this aeroponic apparatus was powered by only tap water and a microchip?
Aeroponic grown crops are suspended while a nutrient solution is delivered by sprayer nozzles,
thus surrounding the roots with a fine mist of nutrients for the roots to absorb to grow.
1. Aeroponics : Definition and Much More from Answers.com. [http://www.answers.com/topic.aeroponics], Accessed on 17 October 2007.
Information found at the site was the definition of aeroponics, the animation of how aeroponic works, how aeroponics is different from hydroponics, environment impact, challenges faced in aeroponics, aeroponics in space and aeroponics in earth.
2. What is Aeroponics? hydroponics, hydro, hydrogardening, aeroponics, aero-hydroponics, grow ligh. [http://www.gthydro.com/whatisaeroponics.htm], Accessed on 15 October 2007.
The site provided our presentation with the information on how aeroponic works.
3. Hydroponics :: View topic = Issue 5: Aeroponics. [http://hydroponics.com.au/php/viewtopic.php?t=8], Accessed on 18 October 2007.
Information which was found at this site was majority of the advantages and disadvantages of Aeroponics.
4. The Blue Marble 2
The book provided a few of the advantages and disadvantages of Aeroponics.