A Rose is a Rose?
Local rose growers turn to hydroponics to produce beautiful, bountiful blooms.
Thursday, August 22, 1996
There will be less digging in the dirt for some Monterey County rose growers. Faced with stiff foreign competition and the ever-increasing need to conserve water, they--like many of their colleagues across the country-- are turning to soil-less hydroponic cultivation to increase quality, productivity and profits.
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