Apr
27
2016

The Basics of Greenhouse Coverings

There are lots of different types of coverings available; however, choosing the right one for your application and structure type is something you should learn more about to make an informed purchase. Here’s a quick checklist of some of the basic questions you will want to address first: Continue Reading

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Apr
09
2016

Link4 iPonic Garden Environment Controllers

Futuristic in design and loaded with features – yet still a breeze to install, and easy to operate – the Link4 iPonic Controllers are the most sophisticated solution to efficiently consolidate all environment controls into a single reliable unit. Continue Reading






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Apr
09
2016

The Science Behind Pure Essentials Black Label Nutrients

By specifically designing the Black Label nutrient program for maximum uptake growers that use the line are finding lusher foliage, stronger stems, and more new growth tips thanks to its natural pH regulation and pure raw, mineral ingredients. Continue Reading






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Apr
09
2016

Tips and Tricks: Cloning Machines

Hydroponic growers and experts are split on which aeroponic cloning machine to recommend. The three front-runners are the EZ Clone, the Botanicare Power Cloner, and theTurboKlone. Continue Reading






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Apr
09
2016

Does Your Garden Have V.P.D.???

Consistently low RH will often cause very slow growth or even stunting. Today, we introduce you to the real science behind Vapor Pressure Deficit (VPD) and what it means to your bottom line. Continue Reading






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Dec
03
2015

Techniques for Long Term Seed Storage

While seeds ripen on the plant they prepare to fall off and dry out a little during the dormant period. This will slow down their internal processes, and by convert food reserves from sugars to more stable fats and starches. Wait until your fruits are ripe before harvesting your seeds so they will be prepared for drying and dormancy. Some seeds even germinate better after drying versus going in the ground “fresh.” Continue Reading






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Dec
03
2015

Long Term Harvest Storage

In most instances, harvests taste best fresh; straight off the vine when it comes to fruits, flowers, herbs and leafy greens. Just one of the great reasons to grow your own year round!
However, in some types of plants—and even with some variance from strain to strain, the best qualities come out overtime with storage. Continue Reading






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Dec
03
2015

Smart Pot Fabric Containers

Hydroponic and soil gardeners are all finding creative ways to utilize the benefits of the Smart Pot fabric container. In an Ebb and Flow bucket system they are great for containing loose media that could clog hosing. Top feed and drip hydroponic gardens also benefit from the improved aeration and drainage allowing for more frequent feedings without over watering. Continue Reading






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Dec
01
2015

Wipe Out Pests and Mildew with Green Cleaner

Because Green Cleaner works without penetrating the pest or altering its feeding habits, they cannot develop resistance. Insects would actually have to stop being insects to be safe from Green Cleaner (see: The Fly, it’s great!). Continue Reading






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Nov
04
2015

Cloning – BEYOND the Basics for Heavier Harvests Faster

Cloning plants, or “asexual propagation”; the process where plants can be replicated without exchanging DNA, allows growers to replicate their favorite… Continue Reading






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Oct
30
2015

Ceramic Metal Halide Crop Lighting Systems: An Evolution in HID Grow Lighting

What do you REALLY need to know when making a serious decision about buying Ceramic Metal Halide lighting for your new grow-or what about retrofitting your existing one? Continue Reading






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