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Welcome to the third annual Rosebud Magazine Buddy Awards, where we honor the best in hydroponic growing. From the greatest gear to the hottest hydro stars, the Buddy Awards asked Rosebud Magazine readers to tell us who and what deserves recognition this year.

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Growers know there’s nothing more exciting than discovering a new product that kicks their crop into overdrive. But did you ever wonder what goes into creating the next generation of hydroponic nutrients and lighting? It takes years of research and development to bring a new hydroponic product to market.

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It’s not that bourbon doesn’t make a great gift. No really, it does. It’s just that it’s not the most memorable libation to bring to a holiday party. Want your gift to stand out? Try any one of these interesting elixirs.

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Industry Gab is where we sit down with a hydroponics expert on the frontlines of the grow industry. We get their thoughts on what’s coming down the pike, and talk to them about innovations in their own grow operation or other grow-related business. Check it out, growers. This is as fresh as it gets!

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Hey growers, it’s time for our Industry Gab feature once again. This is where we sit down with a hydroponics expert to talk about some of the latest in the industry and what’s going on in the growing world. It’s an exclusive look at what some of our business’s top innovators are up to, and it’s exactly the type of content that you can only get from Rosebud Magazine and RosebudMag.com

 

An estimated one in four Americans suffer from food poisoning every year, often times caused by contaminated produce that was most likely purchased at a corporate grocery store or restaurant. While most cases are isolated incidents, some become high-profile outbreaks that result in massive recalls, lots of wasted food and millions of lost dollars. There’s one easy way to avoid the risk of such harmful, and potentially fatal, illnesses such as E. coli, salmonella and listeria. Foods grown hydroponically in your own home have almost zero chance of being contaminated with dangerous foodborne disease. Here’s a look at the food-borne disease threat and some easy hydroponic solutions to avoid getting sick.

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THINK YOU’VE LEARNED ALL YOU CAN about hydroponic growing from the latest issue of Rosebud Magazine? Take this quick quiz to find out what you’ve learned (and what you might have missed).

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Ron is 48 years old. Twelve years ago, his wife of 10 years left him when the couple found out that Ron was unable to have children. In the difficult decade that followed, Ron suffered a motorcycle accident that left him in a coma for four months and disabled him for several years after. He also found out that his wife had cheated on him during their marriage, crippling his self-confidence.

Spring is the season when the land around us becomes green again. But there are some places nature never meant to be green at any time of the year. One of those places is the Coachella Valley, where the hot, dry desert climate (averaging only 4.83 inches of rain annually) means that very little grows on its own. But that hasn’t stopped the area from becoming an oasis of vacation homes and golf courses where perfectly manicured lawns are nurtured by endlessly hissing sprinkler systems.

On Sept 21, 1991, Nirvana released their seminal album, Nevermind. For the 20th Anniversary of this monumental recording, a deluxe reissue hits the streets, and a million and one media outlets take time to look back at what it meant, and what it still means. Rosebud Editor Joshua Glazer puts on his nostalgia goggles.

For nearly 30 years, R.E.M. has been making music that bucks trends and defies expectations—while still managing to sell a LOT of records. The group formed in 1981 in Athens, GA, and lead the charge of '80s college rock as it grew from an underground scene into a chart dominating force in the '90s. Since the group's early-'90s hit-making heyday, Michael Stipe, Peter Buck and Mike Mills (drummer Bill Berry left the band in 1995 following an onstage brain aneurysm) have continued to make excellent adult rock music. With R.E.M.'s 15th album, Collapse Into Now, coming out this week. RosebudMag.com has decided to take a look back at the band's venerable catalog with a quick history of the band and their iconic videos.

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