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  Q: My indoor crop isn’t quite done yet, but I need it to ripen because my transplants are getting too big to keep in my clone box any longer. What can I do? I don’t want my future crop to suffer from lack of light and space, but I…
  Q: I have been involved in a discussion with someone about a chemical fungicide called Eagle 20EW. They report that it works well on their crop in combating powdery mildew. However, I also understand that it’s mostly intended for turf-grasses and ornamentals. This is clearly stated on the label.
  Q:  I have noticed when it comes to common foliar diseases like powdery mildew, the incident is never the same twice. Using the same strains in the same grow room each time, the powdery mildew will come on differently. The last time it happened, most of the dreaded fungus…
  Q: I have grown quite a few different strains, and in spite of all the selections that are available, there are only a few select varieties that are really popular in my area. I wish I could grow something completely different, but I am a commercial gardener, so I…
  Q: Where I live, it’s going to take some serious cooling to be able to grow indoors this summer. Even at night, the outside temperature can be 85°F, and the humidity needle spikes during rainy weeks. Other growers in the area say that in/out just isn’t an option around…
Check out this article from Rosebud Magazine's very own grower guru, Erik Biksa. This one is straight from the pages of the latest issue of Rosebud Magazine, and talks about a very important issue arising for growers: smart meters. For those of you who don't know, smart meters represent a…
Nearly everyone has been wowed by GPS (Global Positioning System) technology. If you don’t already have one in your car, you probably have a GPS in your iPhone or BlackBerry. Remote location growers and mushroom pickers collecting morels can happily employ handheld GPS units in order to quickly find their…
Realtors know that the three most important factors in a home’s value are: location, location, location. The same can be said of your indoor garden, whether you are a small-scale hobbyist or a commercial grand master grower.
Experienced growers know that the most important factor in the success of their indoor crop is the genetics, or strain, of their plants. You can have the best, state-of-the-art grow room and plant nutrient program in the world, and put lots of time and effort into your garden, yet still…
Picking A Winner When growing from seeds indorrs, most growers will pick a special plant that originated from those seeds and then maintain it as a mother, or donor, plant. This plant will provide cuttings for future crops. These “clones” from the original seed plant will be identical in every…

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