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Have you ever imagined planting your flower without soil? This seems strange at first but actually it’s very possible as long as you know how to do it. This method called “Hydroponic” is actually the growing of plants without soil and maximize other nutrients like water and lighting needed by plants to make them grow better and stronger. This method was initially introduced by Sir Francis bacon in 1967, which made an experiment with spearmint plant with a less-pure water.

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The climate change has taken its toll. Human error and pollution have caused a significant increase of world global temperature. One of the planet creatures that suffered from this phenomenon is the plants and there are many undiscovered plants that might also dissapear because of global warming and habitat loss. According to author Lucas Joppa of Microsoft Research in Cambridge,U.K: “Scientists have estimated that, overall, there could be between 5 million and 50 million species, but fewer than 2 million of these species have been discovered to date,”

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