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The last time we talked about hydroponics soil mixes and hydroponics soil nutrients, we discussed the differing opinions people have about using soil mixes and hydroponics nutrients together. We also looked at the fact that some soil growers believe that soil mixes produce tastier, kinder flowers than hydroponics nutrients and…
Hydroponics indoor gardeners have a few enemies to worry about, and one of the most disgusting of these enemies is Botrytis Cinerea, otherwise known as gray mold. Interesting to note that this “mold” is caused by a fungus. But whatever you call it, the sight of your beautiful flowers rotting…
In most parts of North America we’ve experienced colder than normal temperatures and are worried about a late spring. Of course, hydroponics indoor growers aren’t ruled by outdoor weather, but if you’re a hydroponics grower who wants to do an outdoor season this year, it’s time to start planning. Here’s…
When hydroponics growers think of colorful, valuable flowers, they aren’t always thinking of orchids. But orchids are a high-value plant that’s gaining ground as a hydroponics specialty. There are many reasons for their increasing popularity. They come in an extraordinary variety of sizes, colors, shapes, habits, and fragrances. There are…
Hydroponics growers aren’t the only people concerned about privacy, confidentiality and the right to be left alone, but discrimination against hydroponics has made hydroponics growers especially alert to threats against their security and privacy. At the same time, most of us are fully immersed in the world of Twitter, Facebook,…
Myles Lewis is part of a new generation of hydroponics plant scientists who test materials and processes to determine the best strategies for faster growth and bigger yields. He has an Applied Biosciences graduate degree from the University of Arizona, has taught hydroponics classes in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) and…
I visited a hydroponics grow room the other day. The grower is a very smart guy who lives for his hydroponics plants. He spends all his time reading Rosebud, hydroponics books and cultivation forums, and trying out new gardening techniques genetics and hydroponics supplies.
Ever wondered what all those numbers and chemical names mean on hydroponics nutrients labels? Or why hydroponics nutrients labels tell you almost nothing about what the hydroponics nutrients actually do for your hydroponics plants and yields? If you have wondered, you’re one of many. So let’s explore hydroponics nutrients label mysteries…
A lot of hydroponics growers who formerly relied only on cloning are coming to the realization that growing from seeds is necessary and rewarding. They may retain hydroponics cloning as their primary method for getting new plants into rotation… but they integrate seed-grown plants into their rotation at least once…
In our previous discussion about winter hydroponics gardening we talked about your cold weather indoor gardening strategies…when interior garden heat is in some places a blessing rather than an expensive curse.

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