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Definition of aggregate culture

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Definition as written by Terry:

In hydroponics, the use of a coarse medium such as sand or gravel is referred to as aggregate culture. Water and nutrients are alternately pumped in and drained away from the roots, allowing sufficient water, nutrients and oxygen to reach the roots and nourish the plant.

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