Home & Garden Insights

May 23, 2007

Hydroponic Gardening

Filed under: antarctica, Aurora Storealis, gardening, gardens, greenhouses, home & garden, hydrophonic gardening — homeandgardeninsights @ 5:32 pm

“Nestled among the many nondescript sheds, metal storage barns, snowy yards of wooden crates, brown cargo containers, bulldozers and pickup trucks, is a little white shed with a bright red strawberry, a yellow sunflower and an orange carrot on the side. Just these alone stick out like a green thumb at McMurdo Station, where everything else is a drab gray, brown, white or institutional minty green…”

Hydrophonic Gardening: Science in Antarctica

An article about a hydroponic greenhouse in which plants grow in water rather than dirt.


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