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  In this Installment of Hydro 101, we’re going to go over a few different hydroponic techniques, what they do, how they work, and how to use them. I get a lot of questions about what is the best technique, but there is no right answer in my opinion. I…
  The art of foliar feeding has given rise to questions asked by growers for many years. Plants have roots for absorption of water and nutrients, right? And plants have leaves made for photosynthesis, right? So here's the question: can leaves really absorb water and nutrients just as well as…
  One of the most important, and often overlooked, rituals in your grow room is maintaining a clean environment. Cleanliness is key to maintaining healthy, pest-free plants. If you want to take this grow game seriously, one of the first things to remember is to start with clean and sterilized…
  Going back to school can be a great thing. Summer was fun—plenty of free sunshine and space to grow your own—but now it’s back to dorm life, or perhaps a basement suite off-campus. That doesn’t have to mean giving up your favorite choice greens and paying the gouge rates…
  Most growers understand that proper plant care is important throughout the entire growing process, yet the stage best known as “pre-veg” remains one of the most overlooked factors for indoor gardening success. Pre-vegging is a vital stage in the development for your crop, and not doing it properly can…
  Would-be growers often decide to start an indoor garden on a whim. Maybe they have been misinformed about the difficulty of indoor horticulture, or they know a friend who has grown successfully and made it look easy. Unfortunately, there are many things potential growers never consider before building an…
  If you’re just starting out in the growing business, one of the most important decisions to make is how to take your first step. When starting to develop a new crop, some growers begin by seeking out clones. However, you may want to consider starting out with seeds. When…
  We are dependent on plants for everything from food to clothing to shelter. A world of flourishing plants is necessary for our survival, but with each passing day we face the harsh reality that our environment is increasingly threatened by habitat loss. It is estimated that 60,000 to 100,000…
  Just like humans, plants are mostly water. In the garden, we give gallons of water to each plant over the course of its life. To better understand your garden, let’s follow the path of water as it flows through the vascular system. Water starts in the soil or hydroponic…
  It’s that time of year again when we bring all our beloved babies outdoors and let Mother Nature take its course and do all the hard work for us. Outdoor season is not only the easiest way to get your grow on, but also a time that brings everyone…

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