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Growers Can Control The Atmosphere In Their Grow Room, But Can Man Control The Atmosphere Of Earth?  Carbon dioxide levels in Earth’s atmosphere recently crossed the 400-parts-per-million mark, and if international action on climate issues is further delayed, global temperatures look likely to jump by 6.3 degrees before the end…
Stop Wasting Winter Warmth Even during cold winter months, most indoor growers still experience an abundance of heat that needs to be removed from the premises. The good news is that, unlike in summer, when you just have to fight that heat with sheer cooling power, winter gives some growers…
Q: What are your current challenges? A: Keeping up with new trends is vital in order to have a market edge in the industry. Our mission is to position each client on the path to growing greatness.A challenge we consistently have is understanding each product in order to give our…
The holiday season means travel. And despite increases in fares, air travel is still the most popular option for long distance travelers. While passenger jets may not be the greenest way to get around, many of the world’s airports are investing a lot of dough into making themselves more environmentally…
Plants extract minerals to grow plant matter, and every crop depletes the amount of minerals left in the growing medium, whether indoors or outdoors. This is why for centuries, farmers let fields sit fallow in order for the mineral base to regenerate. However, most growers of high-value crops don’t have…
Growing plants without soil has a long list of benefits. Its greatest? The power to cultivate greenery in locations that would otherwise be unsuitable. This type of innovation is not without trailblazers and some just push the envelope. Hats off to these folks for being original; they are using hydroponics…
Urban gardening is taking off in major centers around the world, from New York to Tokyo. One of the most impressive of these projects towers above Western Canada’s most populous city, Vancouver.
  Everyone is talking about Gotham Greens, a team of groundbreaking urban farmers taking New York's rooftops by storm. Business is already booming thanks to a 15,000-square-foot greenhouse in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, which made waves in the city's grassroots and farm-to-table community.
  Man is an intrinsic part of nature. But is man mature enough to accept nature’s grandeur and mystery? Are we humans capable of loving nature, of safeguarding and living in harmony with it? If you are a grower, odds are that the answer to these big questions is yes.
  Everything is going green — your supermarket, your favorite restaurant, your job, your cars, your clothes — and the world of viticulture hasn’t been immune to the trend. Unfortunately, many early attempts by winemakers to jump on the green bandwagon resulted in low-quality wines, causing discerning drinkers to attach…

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