Back in the day science fiction promised a future full of amazing technological advancements like flying cars, hoverboards, and deep space travel. Although we have yet to reach the dreams of our sci-fi predecessors, we have still come a long way! Like with aeroponics. Who would have thought that scientific organizations such as NASA would discover ways to sustainably farm in space without soil or excessive amounts of water? But the amazing science of aeroponics doesn’t stop there. Did you know that aeroponics could even help you clone your plants? This sounds something straight out of science fiction but it’s true!
Here’s how it’s done:
Why is it beneficial?
So, where does aeroponics come in?
Will you be taking part in the sci-fi dream of cloning? We’d love to see what plants you clone with your aeroponic system so tag us on Instagram!
There is still quite a bit of confusion between aeroponics for hydroponics in the cultivation industry. This has mainly been due to hydro being the more understood and common growing method of the soil-less growing family. Granted, similarities between aero and hydro exist they are very different growing methods.
Let's talk about those differences.