soilless

Related to soilless: Soilless gardening

soilless

(ˈsɔɪllɪs)
adj
having or requiring no soil

soilless

(ˈsɔɪllɪs)
adj
clean or unsoiled
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You'll need potting soil, which generally refers to a soilless mix that its evenly moist, not wet.
SOILLESS growing was explored by a new group set up to expand the vegetable and horticultural sector in Wales.
Zacharay Tietolman will catalogue and analyse each individual strain from clone to flower to harvesting, execute preventative maintenance and elimination of all types of mold, powdery mildew, spider mites, root aphids, fungus gnats as well as use soilless methods including micronutrients, beneficial bacteria and nutrient implementation.
Tenders are invited for Erection, commissioning and hand holding of benches, boom irrigation, pcc path way, soilless media etc,within the Hitech polyhouse with fan & pad system of 1152 Sq.
Evolution of nutritional value of two tomato genotypes grown in soilless culture as affected by macrocation proportions.
The preferred method is to use soilless soil plus an enhancer such as 'Black Kow' and then you can allow nature and proper watering to work their magic.
Agung PP, Yuliando H (2015) Soilless culture system to support water use efficiency and product quality: a review.
Besides, unlike the traditional open farms, commercial soilless farms are immune from environmental changes.
The system, called GP3, was created through years of scientific research looking for better and more efficient ways to grow at home in hydroponics systems, soilless growing mediums, and in soil.
Over recent years, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has supported 219 households in the Gaza strip with rooftop gardens and soilless plant cultivation.