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What is Bioponics


Bioponics is a system where multiple kind of  micro life forms are used for growing tasty food. 
This methods comes under a spectrum of operations that can be achieved without the use of soil. 






It is a method of exposing plants with biological live water. By biological “live” , it is meant that fungi, bacteria and other microorganisms are freely living in the water and are feeding on the organic material contained in the water. There is food for the microorganism and the same food is turned into high bio-available nutrient for the plants  

How is it done ? 

1) The set of the Bioponics is similar to any  typical hydroponics system that has
circulatory system of sending water and nutrition .
2) The plant's parts such as the root-stem, leaves are exposed to the specially prepared
Bioponics solution that maintains sufficient biological activity levels in the water. The  
3) The Bioponics solution is basically made of decomposing organic material in water
unlike hydroponics where synthetic chemicals are used for giving nutrition to the plants. As the organic material decomposes the growth of microorganisms increases , this leads to further decomposition of the organic material and improves the bio-availability of the nutrition to the plants. 


What are the Advantages ?

1) The bioponics system  is easy to implement and maintain. There are no fishes involved. 
2) The  bioponics system solution is easy to make, in fact it is just like  composting organic matter
in water and then using it (after sieving) in the system. 
3) The bioponics system solution preparation does not require a lot of calculations of 16-17 elements
that plants need. 
4) The bioponics solution can be made from the kitchen waste such as vegetable peels
or simply from horticulture waste etc .


What are the most suitable crops for bioponics ?

 It is suggested that leafy vegetables such as spinach , basil , lettuce etc can be grown without
worrying about nutritional deficiencies in the plant 



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