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Browsing College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources by Subject "hydroponics"

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  • Fox, Bradley K.; Howerton, Robert; Tamaru, Clyde S. (University of Hawaii, 2010-06)
  • Liang, T.; Paquin, D.; Wang, K.; Khan, M Akram (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Mango trees were grown hydroponically in barrels for over three years. Attempts to determine optimal fertilizer levels or find an acceptable way to prune and shape the trees did not succeed.
  • Kratky, B.A. (University of Hawaii, 2003-01)
    Cucumbers can be grown in a large plastic trash container (30–35 gallons) by a simple noncirculating hydroponic method that does not require electricity or a pump.
  • McCall, Wade W.; Nakagawa, Yukio (1970-03)
    This is a guide to soilless culture, in water, sand, or gravel, for both the hobbyist and commercial grower.
  • Leonhardt, Kenneth W.; McCall, Wade W. (University of Hawaii, 1982-11)
    This briefly describes hydroponic cultivation methods, including plants that can be grown and formulas for nutrient solutions.
  • Kratky, B.A. (University of Hawaii, 2002-06)
    Leafy and semi-head lettuce and other short-term crops can be grown with a simple, inexpensive hydroponic kit that does not require electricity or a pump.
  • Ako, Harry; Baker, Adam (University of Hawaii, 2009-10)
    Construction and operation of an experimental set-up for cultivating lettuce is described. A list of supplies is provided. The aquaponics version used recirculated water from tilapia tanks to provide nitrate to the lettuce crop.

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