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Paper Title: Introduction of Hydroponic system and it’s Methods
Authors Name: Sagar J. Dholwani , Sagar G. Marvadi , Vandan P. Patel , Vijeta P. Desai
Unique Id: IJRTI1803011
Published In: Volume 3 Issue 3, March-2018
Abstract: With the advent of civilization, open field/soil-based agriculture is facing some major challenges; most importantly decrease in per capita land availability. In 1960 with 3 billion population over the World, per capita land was 0.5 ha sbut presently, with 6 billion people it is only 0.25 ha and by 2050, it will reach at 0.16 ha. Due to rapid urbanization and industrialization as well as melting of icebergs (as an obvious impact of global warming), arable land under cultivation is further going to decrease. Again, soil fertility status has attained a saturation level, and productivity is not increasing further with increased level of fertilizer application. Besides, poor soil fertility in some of the cultivable areas, less chance of natural soil fertility build-up by microbes due to continuous cultivation, frequent drought conditions and unpredictability of climate and weather patterns, rise in temperature, river pollution, poor water management and wastage of huge amount of water, decline in ground water level, etc. are threatening food production under conventional soil-based agriculture. The purpose of this study was to determine effect of factors on feasibility of hydroponics cultivation regard to training and research. The research population consisted of 176 experts in Agricultural Ministry, which were selected using census method. The methodological approach of this study was descriptive-correlative. Validity of the instrument was established by a panel of experts consisting of senior faculty members and research committee advisors.
Keywords: Aeroponics, feasibility, Hydroponics cultivation, Nutricultre, Open field agriculture, soil-less culture
Cite Article: "Introduction of Hydroponic system and it’s Methods", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (, ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.3, Issue 3, page no.69 - 73, March-2018, Available :
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