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In this episode, we dive into the world of hydroponics and sustainable farming with Stacy Adams, a Professor of Horticulture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

As an expert in controlled environment agriculture, Stacy’s work specifically focuses on using greenhouses and high tunnels to produce ornamental and food crops. Drawing from years of research, he has been addressing the issue of food security by researching the intriguing topic of hydroponic farming…

Confronted with environmental changes and challenges, scientists are tasked with developing sustainable alternative food production systems. How does Stacy’s knowledge contribute to this vision? Tune in now to see for yourself!

Join the conversation and grow your awareness of:

  • The primary goals of hydroponic farming.
  • Circumstances that can change the taste of hydroponic crops.
  • The greatest limitations of hydroponic farming.
  • What controlled environment agriculture is, and how it can increase plant productivity.
  • Exciting new innovations in greenhouse design.

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or simply curious about sustainable food production, this episode offers valuable insights into the future of farming!

Click here to find out more about Stacy and his work.

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