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Benefits of Perlite as a Grow Medium

November 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hydroponic gardening offers growers many options for growing in a controlled environment. You have a wide range of systems, artificial lighting, nutrients and fertilizers, and grow mediums. In fact playing around with different types of...

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7 Ways to Prevent Plant Stress

November 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you’re an experienced grower you know how important maintaining a stable garden environment is for the overall health of your plants. Even slight changes in growing conditions or inconsistencies in feeding, watering, and lighting...

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Indoor growing typically requires artificial lighting to replace the sunlight that plants would otherwise receive in nature. A plant must be exposed to a certain amount of light in order to create energy through photosynthesis....

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Proper Ventilation For Indoor Gardening

September 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Indoor gardening requires proper ventilation to maintain the health of plants. Oxygen is in fact, one of the primary requirements for plants to grow. It doesn’t matter what type of plant you’re growing, stagnant air...

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6 Optimal Hydroponic Growing Conditions

June 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

All plants need the same basics to survive and grow healthily. In soilless gardening there are definite factors to consider to achieve optimal hydroponic growing conditions. These are generally the same basics as with soil-based...

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The innovation and advancement of LED lighting technology has brought with it a host of other important benefits. The field of plant growth research has been able to advance substantially due to the advantages that...

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16 Essential Plant Nutrients

June 9, 2014 | 1 Comments

In hydroponics, plants are grown in a solution of essential nutrients. Plants require these nutrients to thrive at optimal levels. Nutrients and water are taken up through the plants’ roots in hydroponic gardening systems. Adjustments...

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