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Good water is essential for growing hydroponically. Unlike in soil, nutrients are readily available in water. The roots don’t have to struggle or search to get their food. They are less stressed and are able to grow to their full potential. Hydroponic vegetables are larger, more abundant, and delicious.

Spider mites. Powdery mildew. Aphids. Root rot. All can quickly destroy the utopia you’ve created for a healthy and productive community of plants. But each of these blights can be avoided or, if they’ve already taken hold, eradicated. Let’s take a look.

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