Oct
30
2015

Vermicrop Dry Organic Fertilizers

Vermicrop Organics complete line of dry organic fertilizers releases steadily into your soil so that every stage of growth can be fine tuned without chemicals. Continue Reading

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Oct
30
2015

Light Deprivation and Supplementation for Greenhouses

The answer lies in the light deprivation/supplementation greenhouse design, and those who stand to make the most money in the upcoming boom of national marijuana policy, are the same businesses who employ the latest technology available to the greenhouse cultivation market. Continue Reading






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Oct
30
2015

Aquaponics is Easier Than You Think

The best way to describe Aquaponics is as a symbiotic relationship; the fusion of aquaculture and hydroponics. Continue Reading






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Oct
06
2015

What is “The Best” Nutrient Formula?

Every year there are handfuls of new hydroponic nutrient companies with their own lineup of base nutrients and supplements covered in fancy labels and empty promises. We keep our shelves full of everything our customers ask for because there are as many secret formulas as their are gardeners. It can be daunting to sort through all of the ever increasing options. How do you decide which nutrient program will work best for your plants? Not to get too philosophical on … Continue Reading

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Oct
02
2015

Mills Nutrients Product Breakdown

Basis A&B is the “meat and potatoes” of the Mills line. With the addition of Start-R during the vegetative cycle or C4 and Ultimate PK during the blooming cycle the N-P-K values for the system are adjusted for the period of growth. Now with Mills Vitalize our customers are finding the final product having more appeal and more potency than ever. We recently met with Mills Nutrients so that we could go into more detail with each of their products … Continue Reading

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Oct
02
2015

Extracting the Last Drop

Thousands of years ago Roman alchemists were distilling concentrated essential oils from plants using steam. Getting every ounce out of our harvest is an endeavor as old as farming itself. Technology is finally allowing us to reach the pinnacle of harvest efficiency. Through the use of chemical solvents the cleanest extracts ever available are creating a new market for growers to break into. We recently met with Across International, a 25+ year supplier of industrial grade degassing ovens for commercial applications. They … Continue Reading

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Sep
30
2015

Rolling Benching for Greenhouses

By December Kennedy Contributor Rolling Top Benching- How to optimize your canopy 2015 has undoubtedly been the year of the greenhouse with brand new large scale facilities popping up nationwide. A state-of-the-industry survey conducted by ‘Greenhouse Grower’s’ indicated a staggering increase in new greenhouse construction by a whopping 47%. With this trend showing no signs of slowing down, we at Gardening Unlimited have embraced the long employed technology used in greenhouses across the globe, and aim to educate our customers … Continue Reading

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Sep
30
2015

Harvest Season Tips and Tricks with Eric Biksa

Lets have a look at several ways you can improve your harvest efficiency this season (or through the year) through proven harvesting management tips. Continue Reading






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May
07
2014

Featured Product – HyperLogic Water Filtration System

For commercial growers, clean water is essential to a consistently stable healthy crop.  If you need a lot of water, you must check out the HyperLogic commercial reverse osmosis system. Innovative design, functionality and ease of use make the HyperLogic the number one choice in membrane filtration technology for master commercial growers. Built in the U.S., the HyperLogic is an expandable water filtration system with high flow rates of 2000-19,000 GPD (Gallons Per Day). The Hyper-Logic comes stock with one … Continue Reading

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May
07
2014

Drip System Problems and Maintenance

Drip systems are one of the biggest time savers in any garden. They are also easy to design and install and are relatively inexpensive. Once set up, plants are fed regularly and precisely on the schedule you choose. In my own gardens I have found that not only do drip systems save me a whole lot of time but they have also saved my garden from sure death when life gets busy and I don’t have time to spend with … Continue Reading

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May
07
2014

Effects of Water Quality on Plants

It would be very sad if one day you turned on your hose, watered your plants and they died. It’s not science fiction. While that does not happen to most people in America, it does happen to some whose water supplies have been compromised. Livestock waste, heavy metals, fracking and industrial waste are just a few of the participants in contaminating our water supplies. Sadly it will only get worse. Water is one of the most precious commodities on earth. … Continue Reading

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