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Babak Madani, Marisa Wall, Amin Mirshekari, Alagie Bah, and Mahmud Tengku Muda Mohamed

Plant Dis. 83 1001 1005 Chondraki, S. Tzerakis, C. Tzortzakis, N. 2012 Influence of sodium chloride and calcium foliar spray on hydroponically grown parsley in nutrient film technique system J. Plant Nutr. 35 1457 1467 Eryani-Raqeeb, A.A. Mahmud, T

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Katsumi Ohyama, Junichi Yamaguchi, and Ayumi Enjoji

) were installed for the cultivation of lettuce plants. The multishelves can hold 950 panels (70 × 125 cm) with 30 holes each for holding plants. In the trays, the nutrient solution was applied by using the nutrient film technique. In addition, the trays

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Joshua R. Gerovac, Joshua K. Craver, Jennifer K. Boldt, and Roberto G. Lopez

microgreens in greenhouses using soilless media in trays. Microgreens are also produced hydroponically using capillary mats placed in troughs, similar to those used in a nutrient film technique system. Another technique being used is a combination of

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Jonathan M. Frantz and Peter Ling

yet become pot-bound, semiopen root zone environments such as aeroponics, nutrient film technique hydroponics, very large containers such as patio containers for the landscape, and stock plant production where cuttings are collected regularly. In each

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Martin P.N. Gent

. Expt. Bot. 50 613 624 Carrasco, G.A. Burrage, S.W. 1993 Diurnal fluctuations in nitrate accumulation and reductase activity in lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L) grown using nutrient film technique Acta Hort. 323 51 59 Conversa, G. Santamaria, P. Gonnella, M

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Elisa Solis-Toapanta, Paul Fisher, and Celina Gómez

. Lovatelli, A. 2014 Small-scale aquaponic food production: Integrated fish and plant farming. FAO Fish. Aquacult. Tech. Paper 589:1–259 Spensley, K. Winsor, G.W. Cooper, A.J. 1978 Nutrient film technique—Crop culture in flowing nutrient solution Outlook Agr

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Kui Lin, Zhi Huang, and Yong Xu

comprising four layers, each of which was divided into three chambers. The chambers were illuminated from above with model 5050 RGB linear LED light bars (Unihero Corporation, Shenzhen, China). The nutrient film technique was used to cultivate the seedlings

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Marie Abbey, Neil O. Anderson, Chengyan Yue, Michele Schermann, Nicholas Phelps, Paul Venturelli, and Zata Vickers

water, although it is less common than DWC. Aeroponic and nutrient film techniques are not as commonly used in aquaponic production because of solids clogging the system ( Søberg, 2016 ). In Minnesota and the north central region of the United States

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Elisa Solis-Toapanta, Andrei Kirilenko, and Celina Gómez

systems typically being less expensive. Our data indicate that some of the most common types of systems used by do-it-yourselfers (also known as “DIYers”) are deep-water culture (DWC), nutrient film technique (NFT), ebb-and-flood, and vertical planters

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Jinghua Guo, Yan Yan, Lingdi Dong, Yonggang Jiao, Haizheng Xiong, Linqi Shi, Yu Tian, Yubo Yang, and Ainong Shi

and Methods One oilseed rape cultivar, Ao-Guan Pakchoi; and two lettuce cultivars, American Da-Su-Sheng and Ou-Luo were used as examples of leaf vegetable crops in our study ( Fig. 1A ). The nutrient film technique (NFT) was applied to the experiments