Hydroponics is a method of growing plants that involves suspending them in a nutrient-rich water solution, rather than soil. This technique has gained popularity in recent years as an alternative to traditional soil-based agriculture. Hydroponics is based on the idea that plants can be grown more efficiently and with less resources when they are grown in a controlled environment with access to the nutrients they need.

In hydroponic systems, plants are grown in containers filled with a nutrient solution that is constantly circulated around the roots. This allows the plants to absorb the necessary nutrients more efficiently than traditional soil-based agriculture, which can often result in nutrient deficiencies or excesses. Hydroponic systems can also use less water than traditional agriculture because the water is reused and recycled through the system.

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