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  • 'The key to my discovery was my research in the area of airoponics, which is like hydroponics where plant life is grown without soil.'

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  • Using the advanced techniques of airoponics, which helps grow plants without soil, various scientists from the USA and Israel have decided to create tree abodes for the future.

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  • I stumbled across some pictures of this home made airoponics system this dude made.

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  • Mr Glaze, 38, together with his two partners Yael Stav, 35 and Yaniv Naftaly, 35 have spent the past ten years developing and perfecting the science of airoponics to the stage where Gordon believes that real life 'tree-house' could be possible within ten years.

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  • Using the advanced techniques of airoponics, where plants are grown without soil, the green-fingered researchers are confident the first prototype home could be ready in just ten years.

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  • "Humans may one day be returning to the forests to live in ecological homes grown from tree roots. Scientists from the U.S and Israel have proposed building the ingenious 'tree-homes' in cities and towns as a way of saving the planet.
    Using the advanced techniques of airoponics, where plants are grown without soil, the green-fingered researchers are confident the first prototype home could be ready in just ten years."
    - 'Returning to our roots: Scientists claim they will grow tree-homes in a decade', dailymail.co.uk, 16 Sep 2008.

    September 17, 2008