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  1. ponics

    Ponics, short for hydroponics, refers to a method of growing plants without soil by providing all necessary nutrients directly through a water-based solution. It is a system that utilizes artificial means to create an optimum environment for plant growth, with the roots submerged in a nutrient-rich solution. Ponics allows for more control over the plant's growth factors, including nutrient intake, pH levels, and temperature, resulting in efficient and potentially higher yield cultivation.

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  1. ponics

    Operation and Structure of ecosystem that is built with technology or ecosystem made from artificial construction. A or The structure type of a feeding system in a plant nursery or garden.

    Examples. The most interesting plant beds were fed with hydroponic fish aquariums. Tomatoes can grow without soil with aeroponic feeders. -see hydroponics or aquaponics or hudor ponos. Ponics means work parts or a technology or a systems structure . And refer to the flow of solutions fed to a plant or each plant ref.-see “ebb and flow”

    Etymology: -ponic / -ponics noun Origin word: ponos. meaning “work” PONIC: refers to the ending word describing the type of structure an organic feeding system definition - ponic


    Submitted by anonymous on November 19, 2020  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ponics in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ponics in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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