Aeroponics is an indoor cultivation system, in a greenhouse or inside a grow box, where the plants are grown without the use of soil, thanks to special systems characterized by a supporting structure, net pots in which they are fix the plants, nutrient solutions based on water and mineral fertilizers and air pumps. These serve to nebulize the liquid solution, which - thanks to the action of the air - will be able to reach the roots of the plants and nourish them in depth. Thanks to the aeroponics technique, it is possible to obtain ideal development conditions for plants. On the one hand, the closed and isolated environment compared to the outside will make the cultivated plants much less subject to aggression by fungi and diseases, on the other hand, the roots will have a high level of oxygenation and will thus be able to grow quickly with a large quantity minimum of water and mineral salts. Unlike what happens in hydroponic cultivation, the plant is not irrigated - in the traditional sense of the term - with nutrients, but suspended in a mesh pot from which the roots will come out, which will be periodically sprayed with nutrients. This system allows to consume even less water than that which is generally used in a hydroponic cultivation system, because it is recovered and put back into the circuit thanks to a recovery system. Aeroponics is particularly suitable for all those crops that can develop vertically - thus avoiding contributing to the exploitation of the soil - and less so for crops that need large spaces, such as wheat and corn.