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  Every outdoor season, we growers try to take every precaution possible to prevent early flowering. The earlier you plant outdoors, the better chance you'll have for early flowering to start. I've been getting a lot of questions and concerns about this topic in my store this outdoor season, so…
  Do you remember heading off to school for the first time? You were finally ready to leave your parents’ constant care, but you still needed a lot of guidance to see you through childhood to adolescence and teenage years. It’s the same when your plants go from pre-veg to…
  It’s that time of year again, when we get to grow outside in the warm, sunny weather. If you’re like me, you’d rather spend your summer at your growing site or at the pool than waste quality daylight hours in the hydroponics shop. That’s why I’m going to go…
  In this edition of Hydro 101, I'm going to give you some great tips and tricks on how to get a cheap, quality setup on a budget. If you are wanting to grow hydroponically, keep in mind that it's going to be quite a bit more pricey. There are…
  Spring and summer is the time of year that many of us growers move our crops outdoors. However, some of us lack the space and security for an outdoor grow.
  Starting a hydro garden can be costly, especially if you’re beginning from scratch. In this edition of Hot for Hydro, I’m going to share with you how to find the best deals when shopping for hydroponic supplies whether you’re browsing in the shops or surfing online.
  Why is pH important? Do you really need to worry about it as much as they say you should? Confusion over pH is an issue that I think often needs to be explained in greater depth. Some growers insist on the importance of having the exactly perfect pH levels,…
  When you’re growing hydroponically, poor water quality can be a serious culprit when it comes to problems including stunted growth, mineral toxins, deficiency symptoms, bacteria contamination, and so forth. In this edition of Hydro 101 we’re going to look at the benefits that come from using a reverse osmosis…
  It’s a question every grower must face: What is the best way to dry and preserve your crop to retain the sweet smell and taste, even months after harvest? I have some easy advice that will keep you smiling long after your babies have bloomed.
  Thrips, spider mites, fungus gnats, aphids – these are a grower’s worst nightmare when it comes to our precious crops. These pests can enter your grow room from your clothes, animals, or other plants brought in from another environment that was infested with pests. But believe it or not,…

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