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  Aphids, spider mites, powdery mildew - we all know what it's like to put in a ton of love, care, and hard work into our gardens, and then… Bam!! Those sneaky little pests show up and turn our gardens upside down. This can be especially daunting for new growers,…
  All growers know that high quality hydroponics nutrients give you your healthiest plants and most valuable harvests.
  In this installment of Hydro 101 we’re going to explore some new and different growing techniques in the hydroponics world. Some are newer than others, but a lot of growers are still foreign to these techniques. As you may remember, I recommend beginners start growing in soil, but if…
  Hey everyone, we're back with another installment of Hydro 101! In this installment we’re going to look at all the new hydro gear popping up around us, and take a closer look at what's new, what everyone's talking about as well as where to find what you want, and…
This week we’re discussing something often overlooked by new growers - container sizes. This is a key factor in your successful grow, but many newbies stumble along the way when learning about getting your plants into the right pots. In this edition of Hydro 101, I'll tell you how to…
In this week’s edition of Hydro 101 we are going to discuss the proper way to dry and cure your finished harvest. I will also touch on the best time to harvest and enjoy the final finished product.  It's really important to take the proper steps in the curing and…
I’ve been in the grow business for years, and one of the questions I’m often asked is about nutrients – organic or synthetic, which is better? I think it comes down to preference, and also what medium you are using, so I usually tell my customers to do their research…
Hey hydro-heads, we’re back with another edition of Hydro 101. This time around,  I'm going to teach you how to prevent molds and mildew on your indoor crop. Disease can happen to the best of us, but if you follow these three easy steps, you'll stand a fighting chance against…
This is a question that sparks in the minds of many growers interested in making the switch over to hydro: "What are the advantages of hydroponic growing versus growing in soil?" It’s a question commonly asked in my store, and one that has become really easy for me to answer.…
Air movement is mandatory, especially when growing indoors. Air movement helps to provide your crop with a more natural environment, preventing higher temperatures and humidity.

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