In recent times, there has been a paradigm shift in food production with more and more people opting for a sustainable and healthy diet as opposed to the excess of processed and junk food readily available to the British public.
Hydroponics has been championed by many as the premier method for cost effective and sustainable food production amidst increasing world poverty and high demand for safe, healthy food sources. Hydroponic growing presents numerous benefits as it uses artificial lighting and does not require the use of soil, enabling it to be used absolutely anywhere.
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Hydroponics has been hailed by many as the number one method for sustainable and efficient food production amidst growing world poverty and increasing demand for healthy, safe food sources. Hydroponic growing has many benefits and does not require soil; the process uses artificial light and as such, can be set up absolutely anywhere.
Hydroponic growing is rapidly being hailed as the future of sustainable food production due to its numerous benefits. Hydroponic growing involves the growth of plants using artificial light in a nutrient packed, water based solution without the need for soil. This means that hydroponics can be set up anywhere to effectively and efficiently produce and supply food.
Hydroponic growing is a system or method of food production which involves growing plants under artificial light in a nutrient rich, water based solution without the need for soil. Up until recent times, hydroponics has been an uncommon and somewhat niche method for the production of food.
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A number of news items have recently highlighted the popularity of hydroponics as a modern method of agriculture; potentially more ethical than other commercial ways of farming too. Particular attention has been paid to Bangor High School in the US, where students have made a number of hydroponics installations; allowing them to grow a range of vegetables on the school site. This started with romaine lettuce using hydroponics equipment in December, and is now part of a bigger project of ambitious growth; with 72 lettuces so far. News like this highlights the ability of hydroponic growing to allow for boosted yields and indoor suitability; set to be embraced by UK society also.
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Recent news has drawn attention to rising interest and involvement within hydroponics as a method to promote improved vegetable growing – highlighted by announcements that a 2016 Global Innovations in Horticulture Seminar will take place, which is set to be held on the 23rd June. That events like this are being planned, involving growers and technologies from across the world and focusing on the positive qualities of hydroponics, suggests that it is an increasingly popular method of agriculture that is advantageous to get involved in.
There are positive predictions for the future of the hydroponics industry, as recent reports have revealed an estimated worth of 395.2 million by 2020. This is a significant increase from its current level and suggests that it is a productive and potentially profitable industry to be part of. This positive prediction is expected to be accompanied by greater customer interest in buying hydroponic products for themselves; with many looking for the best deals as more services become available and take advantage of the optimistic climate.
Recent news has drawn attention to a product proving popular within agriculture and plant-growing, particularly in terms of hydroponics. This product is the Shield Sulphur Vaporiser which allows for better pH regulation in plant growing areas and helps to eliminate pests and fungal diseases. The instance of plants being affected by contaminants at this type of year is increasing and therefore it is expected that this will be an increasingly popular product, now offered by Grown Up Hydroponics.
The popularity of using technologically advanced methods to grow crops and crucially improve growth has been highlighted by a number of 'space-age' gardening initiatives taking place in UK schools. The UK Space Agency has teamed up with the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to send 2kg of seeds to the International Space Station, which are returned to Earth and are to be distributed across 5,000 schools; part of studying the efficiency of space and different growing conditions on plants.
Hydroponics is a growing industry with more people getting involved – and therefore people deserve to feel the sustainable benefit. This could be considered a key point upheld by announcements that GreenTech is set to take place in 2016 showing how far the industry has advanced. It is set to be a global gathering of professionals involved in the latest agriculture technologies and will last three days, taking place on the 14th-16th June in Amsterdam RAI. That global events are occurring within the industry shows it's growing popularity and an expected trend as a result is set to be more available commercial equipment, at accessible prices.
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There are big things expected for the global hydroponics industry this year; highlighting it as a method of growth with plentiful potential - using indoor units and nutrient solution rather than soil to grow crops in an advanced method. According to Markets and Markets, which conducts reports on industry progress, the hydroponics market is expected to reach a global worth of $395.2 million by 2020.
Hydroponics could be seen as helping with important research into the best growing conditions for commercial crops, following a series of experiments in America; revealing just how important it is for the future of food. It was Suntech Greenhouses Ltd and owner Bob Mitchell who decided to install blue, red and bright light emitting diodes (LEDs) when growing tomatoes in an indoor hydroponics farm. It was found that these LED lights affected different tomato types differently with some such as grape tomatoes increasing in growth, whilst bigger fruits such as beefsteaks did not endure. This shows that hydroponics is offering a way to learn more about and experiment growing food with greater efficiency; something Grown Up Hydroponics was keen to comment on.