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  Flowering plants, just like all other living things on earth, possess a vascular system made up of a network of veins that carries important substances throughout the body. A herbaceous plant body may be limited only to a stem, shoots, leaves, and flowers but each must be linked to…
  The driving energy behind the success of any indoor garden is the light source. It comes as no surprise that, because of its importance, growers want an efficient way to measure the light. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done, as the entire lighting industry and the way light…
  If your socks weren’t already blown off by the staggering potential of hydroponics, you’d better hold on to your hat. Indoor gardening will soon arrive at a laptop near you, and it’s coming in the form of a Wi-Fi-enabled base station designed by engineers Amit Kumar and Michael Doherty…
  One of the biggest challenges growers face outdoors is the heat. Even in climates as mild as Central and Northern California, temperatures can reach over 100°F (38°C) outdoors.
  Air conditioners cool your grow with brute force. But they can come with a brutal energy bill. Many indoor growers are exploring the benefits of water chillers as a way to keep their crop cool and their costs down.
  There have been some big movements forward in terms of indoor grow lighting in the past few years. The rise of LED has created a new option for indoor growers looking to reduce their energy bill as well as the temperature of their indoor garden. Now, one company has…
  A few years ago, I was surprised to see a newspaper photograph of a pumpkin so large it looked like it could crush me.  As I soon discovered, there’s a worldwide subculture of farmers and hobbyist gardeners who grow “giant” specimens of common fruits, vegetables, and gourds.
  Foliar feeding is becoming increasing popular in indoor horticulture. Many growers are unaware that a plant can actually take in nutrition in two places: through its roots and through tiny pores, called stomata, found on the surface of its leaves.
  After many discoveries in plant physiology, scientists have identified and categorized the elements needed to support plant growth as the essential elements. Rightly named, these elements are essential to plant function and are required for plant health. In addition to the essential elements there is another group of elements…
  Air conditioners cool your grow with brute force. But they can come with a brutal energy bill. Many indoor growers are exploring the benefits of water chillers as a way to keep their crop cool and their costs down.

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