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hydroponically

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  • adverb using hydroponics

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Examples

  • Marijuana plants were being grown in a garage "hydroponically," or with water and minerals instead of common soil, grow lights, water filtration systems, air conditioning, humidifiers and growth chemicals, according to the press release.

    The Facts: News

  • They grow lettuce, tomatoes, zucchini and herbs hydroponically, meaning in fertilized water instead of soil.

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  • Marijuana plants were being grown in a garage "hydroponically," or with water and minerals instead of common soil, grow lights, water filtration systems, air conditioning, humidifiers and growth chemicals, according to the press release.

    The Facts: News

  • It was fascinating to listen to them describe the flavor benefits of hydroponically grown vegetables.

    Liz Neumark: In the Market for Green

  • They are not the photo-friendly type, but permitted us to shoot, buy and eat their hydroponically grown greens.

    Liz Neumark: In the Market for Green

  • The Windowfarms project www.windowfarms.org allows users to grow vegetables hydroponically through a plastic-bottle system.

    Putting the Chic in Chicken Coop

  • From all the guys with the Farmer-Veteran Coalition to the Archipleys, who are training soldiers returning from warzones to farm organically and hydroponically.

    Kelly Meyer: Redefining Veterans Day

  • It was fascinating to listen to them describe the flavor benefits of hydroponically grown vegetables.

    Liz Neumark: In the Market for Green

  • From all the guys with the Farmer-Veteran Coalition to the Archipleys, who are training soldiers returning from warzones to farm organically and hydroponically.

    Kelly Meyer: Redefining Veterans Day

  • Spring Gap Mountain Creamery has a West Virginia Blue Cheese ($19.99 per pound); Mocks Greenhouse has hydroponically grown cilantro ($2.50 per bunch) and arugula ($3 per head).

    Market Roundup: Oct. 14-Oct. 20

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