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Welcome to another week of Hydro 101, where indoor growing newbie’s can get a handle on the art of growing that we love so much. Something all beginner growers need to get a handle on is transplanting. If you’re growing in soil, which is the best medium for rookies to…
We’ve covered a lot of ground here in Hydro 101 since we started. Now that you've got the best lighting, the right medium and the perfect nutrients to get you started, it's time for the fun stuff. As a woman I enjoy shopping, but there's nothing quite like going shopping…
Last week we ran down some good options for lighting your grow room. Beginners often underestimate how important good grow bulbs are to the health and size of your yield, so we’re laying it all out here in Hydro 101. Last week we talked about T5 and metal halide bulbs.…
New growers often underestimate how important certain elements of their grow room are. They assume that with the right seeds or clones and the right nutrients that their plants will grow into moneymakers. How wrong they are. We’ve worked to dispel some of those misunderstandings here in Hydro 101, and…
Before you became a hydroponics grower, when you heard the word "ballast," you probably only thought of the weighty materials they throw off of hot air balloons to make the balloon rise. But when you're talking about hydroponics lighting, a ballast is an interface device that uses analog or solid-state…
We’ve covered a wide range of topics for beginner growers here in Hydro 101 so far, but we haven’t touched on one of the most important aspects of indoor growing. So today I'm going to help you figure out how to choose and use the nutrients that will get you…
We’ve covered a lot of ground in Hydro 101 to this point, and if you’ve been following along, you will be ready to take some serious steps in getting your first grow up and running. We’ve spoken a lot about outdoor growing lately, but this week, we’re turning our attention…
This week brings an end to our outdoor series for beginner growers. We’re going to close with one of the most exciting times in the grow cycle – harvest time. This is when you get to see the fruits of your labor. For best results, you need to properly cut…
This week we’re talking outdoor pests and disease, as well as how to water your outdoor plants. This edition of Hydro 101 is the penultimate in our 5-part series on outdoor growing for beginners. We hope you’ve enjoyed the series so far, but it’s not over yet. So let’s get…
So far in our Hydro 101 series on outdoor growing we’ve covered quite a bit of ground. But for the beginner heading outdoors, or making plans to head outdoors next season, there’s still a lot left to learn.

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