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Aeroponics systems rely on oxygen and moisture in the air to grow plants without soil. For more information on Aeroponics and Hydroponics Systems go to http://www.thehydroponicshome.com, where you can sign up for the free ecourse how to hydroponic. Video Rating: / 5 Developed under NASA grants, aeroponic farming removes the need for soil, sunlight, and a great deal of water. This efficient method produces healthy greens with intense flavors while using only a fraction of the water. Check out these Spinoff stories that discuss this technology and its transfer from NASA to the private sector: http://www.sti.nasa.gov/tto/Spinoff2006/er_2.html http://www.sti.nasa.gov/tto/Spinoff2008/ch_3.html Video courtesy Denver Ch7 News. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHydroponics Systems: AeroponicsAdvanced Hydroponics Systems (Vertical Farming, Rotating Volksgarden, Aeroponics In Your Apartment)#40 – Hydroponics vs Aeroponics vs Soil Growing SystemsHow Hydroponics Systems Work (Farming Vertically, Rotating Machine, Self Watering Aeroponics)Aeroponics systemsSingle Part Nutrients for Hydroponics / Aeroponics Systems

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  • Boots Boots 1 year ago

    I'm doing Daniel Lockney & NASA's job here: This aeroponic technology/ patents, plus many others from NASA can be commercially licensed, free for 3 years. See—>http://technology.nasa.gov/startup *Dear NASA, you can DO MUCH MORE to make NASA Startup & NASA Spinoff information widely available throughout the private sector.*

  • squirrelflight 1 year ago

    Does anyone have any reference to NASA research publications on aeroponics?  I've been looking for a few days now, but apparently I suck at this kind of research.  Any help would be appreciated  :-)

  • DeadDack 1 year ago

    HUNGRY
    TOO LAZY TO GO UPSTAIRS
    SEARCH "HOW TO PULL FOOD FROM THIN AIR"
    END UP LEARNING ABOUT AGRICULTURE
    WHERE DID SUMMER GO

  • vallexum 1 year ago

    Minerals are sprayed on the plants..?

    Wtf?

  • Urp Gag 1 year ago

    @nycrackhead read my post, yes, of course you can. marijuana is food. it goes like this just fine. i know it for a fact.

  • Urp Gag 1 year ago

    5 seconds every twenty minutes is the secret. use miracle gro not over priced crap and add a bit of kelp and calmag and you are good to go at 600 ppm. there you are! no, the pukes at monyucko can not keep this to themselves

  • arsenicrain 1 year ago

    Better hope Monsanto doesn't monopolize this, too.

  • yougeo 1 year ago

    so no minerals at all?

  • IAmTheBlurr 1 year ago

    Haha, She thinks that it's better because it's grown naturally, without soil or pesticides… Maybe on the pesticides part but I'm pretty sure that growing most plants without soil isn't exactly "natural" Haha.

    Cheers to NASA for making out lives better!

  • jokewl91 1 year ago

    Once again, NASA takes something and makes it 100x better.

  • kevin heberding 1 year ago

    Can u grow weed with this?