Hydroponic Approaches and Value to the Food Supply Chain

Stacy Adams, Professor of Horticulture, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, University of Nebraska- Lincoln Author
02/06/2024 Added
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Alternative production practices must be employed to supplement and secure the future of the global food system. Hydroponics may address challenges associated with distribution interruptions, environmental influences, socioeconomics, catastrophe, and war. Opportunities exist for entrepreneurship or farm diversification into high value specialty crops. This presentation highlights hydroponic approaches and value within the food supply chain.

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