• How To Grow Hydroponic Radish

    Ah, the humble radish - easy to grow and even easier to enjoy, especially when you learn how to grow hydroponic radish!

    While you might think that the task is far too daunting for a beginner like you to attempt, you would be mistaken. With the right equipment and the right knowledge, you can easily cultivate this plant hydroponically.

    That’s not the case. Just as radishes are easy to grow in soil, so, too, is it easy when it comes to growing radishes hydroponically.

    Here are some tips to help you learn how to grow radish in hydroponics - you’ll likely have so many you won’t know what to do with all the bounty!

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  • 12 12 From Seed - Quicker Harvests With Smaller Plants

    Whether you have a small closet grow setup or you just want to try something new & unique, the 12 12 from seed approach to indoor growing is for you!

    This style of cultivating plants is very different from what you may be used to, and can help you maximize your space and time, while fitting more harvests into a year. You can experiment with more strains this way, too.

    But, this method isn’t going to cultivate huge yields like you may have heard - at least, not when you do things the traditional way. We have our own little twist to this method we want to share with you to help you take full advantage of it.

    Before we get to how to actually implement this strategy, we want to cover some basic information on it. 

    We’re going to discuss what exactly this method is, and why you should consider trying it.

    Then, we’ll cover things you need to know such as average 12-12 from seed yield, how long the average harvest will take, whether this works with autoflowering varieties, and more.

    We have a lot to cover, so let’s dive right in!

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  • How To Grow Hydroponic Basil

    Add some zest to your life by learning how to grow hydroponic basil. This herb grows great hydroponically, and you'll finally be able to whip up that batch of homemade pesto!

    Growing basil in itself is not complicated - and growing basil hydroponically can be just as simple.

    Once you learn how to grow basil hydroponically, you’ll find that the process is easy, convenient, and affordable, allowing you to produce large quantities of this herb no matter where you live.

    Ready to get started? In this article, we'll tell you everything you need to know about hydroponic basil care and planting.

    We'll start with the benefits of growing this herb in hydroponics, along with which varieties to choose. Then, we'll share what exactly you need to get started, and provide you the know-how to get your garden up and running.

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  • How To Start An Indoor Hydroponic Herb Garden

    An indoor hydroponic herb garden isn't just a fun undertaking for any new or seasoned green thumb, it's a great way to keep a steady stock of your favorite herbs.

    And if you want to start your own, you've come to the right place. Whether in your kitchen, closet, garage, spare bedroom or any other location in your house, we can help you get it done.

    Learning how to grow herbs hydroponically can be challenging, especially for a novice grower. But with us on your side, it'll be a breeze.

    From basil to oregano, cilantro to thyme, just about any kind of herb can be grown in a DIY hydroponic herb garden. We're going to cover all the reasons you should consider growing your own herbs hydroponically.

    Then, we'll cover everything you need to know to start your own garden, all from the comfort of your own home. From which herbs to choose, to which system to grow in - this complete guide will be the only resource you need.

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  • How To Grow Hydroponic Lettuce

    Are you interested in learning how to grow hydroponic lettuce? You’ve come to the right place.

    This is often touted as being one of the easiest vegetables to grow, and with so many different varieties to choose from (Iceberg! Leaf! Romaine! Spring mix!) it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll find some variation in most backyard gardens.

    But what if you don’t have room for an outdoor garden - or you want to be able to grow lettuce anywhere, at any time of the year?

    Enter hydroponics. When you grow lettuce hydroponically, you open up a whole new world of possibilities for your gardening - and for your salad bowl.

    If you’re ready to start growing hydroponic lettuce at home, read on. Our complete guide is going to cover exactly how to do this. We'll discuss which system you should grow in, along with what it takes to get the grow started and see it through to harvest.

    We'll start by covering why exactly you should give this a try, which varieties are easiest, and more basic information!

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  • How To Grow Hydroponic Onions

    If you're looking for a cleaner, more efficient way to cultivate one of your favorite veggies, consider growing hydroponic onions.

    It sounds tough, but with the right skills, equipment, and know-how, it can actually be really simple and straightforward.

    Those interested in learning how to grow onions hydroponically have come to the right place. 

    Our complete guide is going to explain just why so many gardeners are switching to this style of growing. We'll cover the benefits of growing onions hydroponically.

    We'll also explain what exactly you need to get started, along with how to actually grow these. We've got a lot to cover, so let's jump in!

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  • How To Get Rid Of Squash Bugs In The Garden

    Learning how to get rid of squash bugs naturally in the garden is an important task for anyone growing veggies from the squash family.

    These pests are primarily found on these families of plants, but just about any garden can develop an outbreak of these frustrating bugs. 

    Often confused for stink bugs, squash bugs are unfortunately far more detrimental to plants. Both have a nasty odor when crushed and are quite similar in appearance. 

    Fortunately, there are several steps you can take when it comes to getting rid of squash bugs in the garden. We'll cover these in depth and help you weigh your options.

    But, we first need to explain what type of damage these bugs can do if left to do their bidding, along with how to identify them. We also want to share a few prevention tactics that might save your garden and plants from ever experiencing an infestation in the first place.

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  • High Stress Training - Complete HST Guide

    High stress training your plants sounds counterintuitive - why would you purposely induce harm to your garden?

    However, this plant training technique has garnered more and more interest over the years, as it becomes a more mainstream gardening tactic.

    Those who HST their plants can manipulate the way their grow room looks, getting the most out of their space and pushing as much yield as possible.

    Some growers also claim they increase potency and overall quality (terpenes, flavonoids, bag appeal, etc.) with this method.

    There are a few different ways you can induce high levels of stress in your plant to achieve these benefits, each of which will be covered in depth throughout this complete guide.

    Before we get into the how, though, we want to cover what exactly these techniques entail - and exactly why you need to give it a try!

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  • How To Get Rid Of Flea Beetles In The Garden

    While you may suspect these are only a problem for your pets, it's important for growers to learn how to get rid of flea beetles in the garden too!

    No, these aren’t the same bugs that can irritate your dogs - they are a frustrating garden pest that can wreak havoc on your plants and destroy all of your hard work quickly if you don't take action.

    This insect tends to have an insatiable appetite, consuming your lush green foliage at a rapid rate.

    Because of this, it's imperative that you learn how to get rid of them quickly should you encounter them in your grow room or garden.

    We have all of the information you need to prevent these pests - and to stop them from doing any more damage.

    First, though, we need to explain what exactly these bugs are, and teach you how to identify them!

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