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Unless you’re able to buy rooted clones from a medical dispensary or other reliable source, hydroponics motherplants are essential if cloning is the way you get new plants into your hydroponics garden. Here are the important things you need to know so you choose and maintain the best motherplants:
A hydroponics grower recently told me that a dozen heavily-armed male police officers kicked down her door, threw her on the floor, trashed her house and hydroponics garden, strip-searched her, found no contraband or any illegal activity, and then busted her for “resisting arrest” because she demanded to see the…
One of the most persistent types of questions I get from hydroponics growers is about all the different types of systems that are called hydroponics. The question makes sense because the term “hydroponics growing” is used to describe aeroponics, drip irrigation, aquaponics, nutrient film technique, ebb and flow and other…
Hydroponics gardening often involves high-tech equipment and generates substantial profits for you. Times are hard, and people may try to take your hydroponics plants, equipment, freedom or money. That’s why I’m writing this series of hydroponics gardening security articles. Some techniques for protecting your hydroponics investment include:
Winter is here and it’s a time when hydroponics growers should evaluate their indoor gardening procedures and equipment settings to match the realities presented by colder outdoor weather.
When you feast your eyes on big, bushy, mega-flower hydroponics plants, you might wonder if they naturally grow that way, or if a hydroponics gardening technique helped shape them. Here’s the answer: except in the rare cases when the strain’s genetics naturally tend towards bushiness, hydroponics plants go bushy because…
Growers often ask about basic general hydroponics equipment and indoor gardening tactics that are guaranteed to create healthier, faster-growing plants that give you more flower per watt and put smiles on your face every harvest.
Little thieves can creep into your hydroponics garden to steal the harvests you so desire. Among the most evil of these pesky criminals are fungus gnats: grayish-black flying pests that can live mostly in the hydroponics root zone, and especially in the top few inches of your root zone, even…
Growing your hydroponics plants from seeds instead of clones offers several advantages and that’s why professional growers dedicated to increasing the quality and value of hydroponics plants grow a seed crop every few cycles, even if they’re having great success with clone crops.
The last time I took clones, I gave one to my neighbor who refuses to grow his plants in a hydroponics garden. He’s like a lot of people I see posting on hydroponics cultivation forums. The kind who think that you don’t need hydroponics nutrients, HID lights, or a controlled…

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