Hydroponic Production Guides

Author Lynette Morgan, PhD, presents her comprehensive knowledge on commercial hydroponic production in these easy-to-follow, scientific guides. Whether you are new to hydroponic production or experienced, you will benefit from having a valuable array of information at your fingertips that will help increase the quality and yield of your commercial crops.

Hydroponic Strawberry Production (111083): Learn how to obtain economic yields from out-of-season production. Contents include cultivar selection, hydroponic media and systems, proper growing climate and environment, nutrition, pollination, fruit quality and flavor, pests and diseases, harvesting and handling. 112 pages.

Hydroponic Tomato Crop Production (111084): Filled with up-to-date information on hydroponic tomato production from expert growers. Complete guide includes background on the tomato plant, types of tomatoes and seed suppliers, proper growing environment, organic production, nutrient management, propagation, systems of production, fruit quality, pests and diseases, and harvesting and handling. 275 pages.

Fresh Culinary Herb Production (111085): Read up on the latest technology for increasing yields and quality of fresh culinary herbs to the maximum levels. Includes information on all types of herbs, including basil, chives, cilantro, mint, arugula, wasabi, bay and more. Learn about propagation, production planning, irrigation and greenhouse system engineering, nutrients, post-harvest storage and handling, and pests and diseases. 114 pages.

Hydroponic Salad Crop Production (111087): Study up on how to hydroponically produce salad crops year round for high yields of quality greens free of contaminants and pests. This guide discusses the most recent developments, scientific findings and research on hydroponic lettuce production. As hydroponic systems and consumer tastes become more sophisticated, salad crops encompass much more than lettuce. To fit this changing need, this book describes the varieties and production essentials of all currently produced salad crops and microgreens. 246 pages.