In aeroponic cultivation there is an absence of soil. Plants are suspended in the air and their roots absorb water and nutrients that are sprayed in the air in a fine mist.
The term aeroponics refers to a method of hydroponics where plants are grown without using soil. In aeroponics plants are suspended in the air and are entirely exposed to the misted environment in which they grow, which maximises airflow to the plant.
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