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Last week we introduced all you new growers to the idea that you can cultivate your crop of choice outdoors. Of course, it depends on your location and the time of year, but outdoor gardening can be a lot of fun and viable a way to grow. In some cases,…
New indoor growers are sometimes surprised to find out that they can cultivate outdoors as well. There’s a lot to consider, from preparation to location and privacy, but done right, growing outdoors is much easier than growing indoors. You don't have to create the perfect environment like you do indoors…
Hi, growers. Welcome to the third installment of our series on pests and diseases. Set backs can be discouraging for new growers, but don’t sweat it - pests and disease come with the territory, whether you’re a rookie indoor grower or a grand master hydroponics gardener. Huge yields is the…
Last week I introduced you to some of the basics of battling pests & disease in your hydroponics indoor garden. We focused on methods of eliminating diseases like powdery mildew. This week, we’re going to look at some other factors hydroponics growers need to think about, like humidity and air…
One of the most difficult things for beginning growers to grapple with is pests & disease in your hydroponics indoor garden. But it’s not just a problem of the novice grower. No matter how experienced a hydroponics grower you are, sooner or later you will encounter some form of plant…
It's bloom time! Personally, the bloom phase is my favorite part of hydroponics indoor growing. This is the stage where all the hard work you have put in during pre-veg and vegetative phases will pay off, which is why we love hydroponics gardening in the first place. Last time, we…
Last week I introduced new growers to the soil vs. hydroponics debate, and gave my two cents on where to begin. This week, I want to provide some more guidance for those of you just getting your feet wet with indoor growing. Whenever you hear growers talking about hydroponics gardening,…
This is a question I get almost every day at The Hydroponics Outlet: “I want to start growing, but I don't know if I should start in soil or try hydroponics. What should I do?” As a long time grower and hydroponics retailer, I always recommend soil for beginner growers…
Want to get growing and think about CEA further down the road? Here’s how to get up and running on a budget. Following these few simple, yet very important, steps and tips on proper air circulation will keep you and your garden very happy. At any local hydroponics retail stores,…
Good water is essential for growing hydroponically. Unlike in soil, nutrients are readily available in water. The roots don’t have to struggle or search to get their food. They are less stressed and are able to grow to their full potential. Hydroponic vegetables are larger, more abundant, and delicious.

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