Herbs are plants used for food, flavoring, medicine, or fragrance due to their savory or aromatic properties. Herbs can be annuals, which means they grow for a single growing season, or, perennials, which mean they have multiple growing seasons and live for many years. Common examples of annual herbs include basil or cilantro; these herbs will grow until they flower and produce seeds to end their life cycle. Common examples of perennial herbs include rosemary, mint, sage, thyme, or lemon grass.
- 2003 Evaluation of Organic Nutrient Sources in the Production of Greenhouse Hydroponic Basil
- 1999 Comparison of Six Soilless Media in a Vertical Production System (Verti-GroTM) for Basil
- 1998 Evaluation of Six Basil Cultivars Grown in Vertical Hydroponic Production System
- 2001 Fresh-cut Herbs in Vertical Hydroponic Systems