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  Q: Dear Erik, I’ve heard all the arguments about hydro versus organic. We grow hydro because growth rates and yield are great, plus the system uses grow rocks in pots on drip trays. The bonus is everything is totally reusable. We pull out the old roots, clean up the…
There is no lack of reasons why we should strive to save as much energy as possible, ranging from selfish (to save money) to altruistic (there needs to be enough to go around), but the end recommendation is the same: use as little energy as possible to lessen your carbon…
  A few years ago, I put my tomato plants out too soon and the plants were damaged from the cold. They seemed to recover, but a virus had secretly crept into the plants. Two months later I was dealing with wilted leaves and fruit that was rotting before it…
  Check out the Rosebud Magazine guide to insect and pest problems. We've got tips on battling everything from spider mites to grasshoppers in your outdoor garden or hydroponic indoor grow room.
  Welcome to our second installment on NGS: networked growing systems. In our previous article, we started on our goal to completely automate our hydroponic setup, giving us complete control over all aspects of the garden from anywhere in the world via smartphone or PC.
  Aquaponics is a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture (or fish farming). It can be described simply as a symbiotic relationship between fish, plants, and the microbial life that surrounds them. In recent years, aquaponics has gained popularity all over the world.  Australia, Canada, The United Kingdom, The United States,…
It’s tough to argue against aeroponic cloning if you want big, healthy root systems fast. That’s why this spring, when beans pop and prop domes crop, we’re outfitting you with this run-down and comparison from the Big Three of comparibly priced aeroponic cloning systems. Plant ’em if ya got ’em,…
For many indoor gardeners, everything starts with cuttings (aka clones). If you can’t get rooted plants, you will never have a functioning garden. So how do we get stem cuttings that will root quickly and thoroughly? And how does a plant stem generate roots in the first place?
Earthworms. Ordered “red wigglers” from Amazon. The stuff that comes out of them is great for your plants. They’re cute, in a wiggly, gross sort of way. Except they escaped from their bin, and got in my bedroom. When I had a date. A date that ended way earlier than…
Check out this piece covering one of the hottest growing topics in the hydroponics industry – Networked Growing Systems. This is the talk of the town and is ripped straight from the pages of the latest edition of Rosebud Magazine. And best of all, this one is courtesy of the…

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