Of a plant; a method of growing plants using mineral nutrient solutions in water, without soil.(adjective)
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Use "hydroponic" in a sentence
"Instead, they are trying to demonstrate that potatoes, peanuts, tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables can be grown in only water-a process known as hydroponic growth."
""They're fertilized, kept at a certain temperature, they're grown with grow lights, in essence what they're doing, they're fooling the plant," the agent said, "They're being hydrated by water, it's called hydroponic indoor growth, which these plants contain a much larger THC content, THC being the active ingredient in marijuana.""
"More photos and interactive graphics Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare, a hospital in Elmhurst, Ill., last year began offering plant therapy for rehab patients, with gardening activities such as hydroponic (no-soil) gardening offered twice a week as part of the menu of programs."