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Is hydroponics necessarily organic? Is there such a thing as organic hydroponics that produces strictly organic produce? Yes, there is, and it can, by using the hybrid farming method known as bioponics. Bioponics can be defined...

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How to Detect & Treat Plant Nutrient Deficiency

October 23, 2014 | 1 Comments

Just like humans, plants need food to survive and maintain healthy growth. As a grower, it’s your responsibility to ensure that your plants are receiving a well-rounded diet. This diet comes in the form of...

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An Organic Passion for Plant Growth

August 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Urban gardeners are on the hunt for unique and organic products to use to grow their own produce. Worm castings are one of the urban gardening products that growers are using to produce healthier crops. These...

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A friend asked me if I could build him a hydroponic wheatgrass grower, but he had some specifications. No plastic No soil All organic No soil and organic was no problem, but I had to...

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Did you know there are multiple benefits to growing vegetables hydroponically? The Pennsylvania start-up VEG-E Systems (Vertically Efficient Growing Environment Systems) is taking full advantage of vertical hydroponic systems and growing technology. These progressive growers are able...

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17 Reasons To Grow Your Own Food

March 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s hard to believe there’s still debate over whether or not it’s important to know how our food is being produced and where it’s coming from. Are we really still having this conversation? Cue eyeroll…...

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