Hydroponic Tomato Greenhouse
Tomato, which ranks first in vegetable production in the world, is the most produced vegetable in soilless agriculture. Soilless agriculture enables tomato production for 10 months. The advantages of growing tomatoes hydroponically include efficient use of nutrients and water intake, very high yields, no seasonality, and disease and pest control. Not growing them in soil removes variables that can inhibit growth, such as pH, salinity, diseases or poor drainage. The grower can control all environmental aspects and ensure that the tomatoes are in the most conducive environment for their cultivation. In addition, these tomatoes allow them to be grown year-round to provide fresh, cluster and ripe tomatoes at all times.
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