• Drip Irrigation: Everything You Need To Know

    Your garden is beautiful and bountiful, however, it can be too much to manage and water on a daily basis. As your garden grows it becomes more important to find an easy way to water your plants.

    Drip irrigation systems are a popular way to water plants in outdoor gardens, greenhouses, and even indoor hydroponic gardens. Here at Hydrobuilder we highly recommended this method to water plant and vegetable gardens. 

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  • Quest IQ Review - All In One Commercial HVAC & Humidity Control

    Commercial grow operations need commercial grow room HVAC & humidity solutions - that’s why we’re going to share our Quest IQ Series review with you today.

    When you have a large investment on the line and you’re trying to cultivate the best crop possible, there is no room for error. 

    You need the best climate control system on the market, one that offers flexibility, redundancy, and precision - that’s what the Quest IQ Series is all about.

    And with the GrowSentry technology behind it, you can finally free yourself from the grow room with remote access to everything you need.

    No matter how your facility is set up, you can configure this system to perform efficiently and effectively, ensuring you don’t deal with any environmental issues that could lead to compromised crop quality, or worse, crop loss.

    Growers who invest in the Quest IQ Series can experience up to 30% savings on top of the increase in crop quality, which further increases your bottom line.

    Throughout the rest of this review, we'll explain what exactly this series is, and who it's for - along with all you can gain from implementing it in your facility.

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  • Vertical Growing: The Future Of Gardening & Farming

    Vertical growing is the way of the future - at least some people think so. Others have no idea what it even is.

    When you think about agriculture, what comes to mind? For most people, it’s growing crops in horizontal lines on the ground. 

    While this traditional system of agriculture has worked well for many years (centuries, even!) there’s a new method of growing food that’s taking the world by storm - vertical agriculture.

    Vertical agriculture, or vertical growing, is the practice of growing plants by stacking or layering them, growing them vertically rather than horizontally. 

    Not only does it use less space, but vertical farming also can be done in a hydroponic setup.  There are several methods, including indoor vertical farming. 

    But whatever the case may be, it’s a smart way to extend a growing season, extend a growing space, and extend your garden’s productivity. Here’s everything you need to know.

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  • Harvest Automation: Increase Efficiency With Trimmers, Buckers, and Conveyors

    Harvest automation is something every commercial grower should be striving towards because it means higher profits, better flower, and a more discreet operation with fewer workers.

    These days, even small-scale operations can increase the productivity of their harvest, by switching from hand trimming to machine trimming.

    Previously, only the largest grows could afford to invest in a trimming machine, but as technology advances, this is no longer the case.

    We have the products to help you automate every aspect of your harvest, but we want to first talk about what we mean when discussing automation.

  • Garden Soil and Nutrient Solution Testing - pH, TDS, and More!

    Garden soil and nutrient testing will be your biggest responsibility on a day-to-day basis while growing. Plants are generally pretty resilient, but they can develop some pretty nasty issues if certain aspects of their nutrition are out of whack. 

    Some of the most common things you’ll need to test include pH, PPM, TDS, EC, Temperature, and moisture. You won’t need to test all of these, but there are a few that are definitely important to measure regularly.

    We’ll break this post into two sections - testing your garden soil and testing your nutrient solution. If you’re growing hydroponically, you’ll just need to worry about testing your hydroponic reservoir.

    But if you grow in soil, you may need to test not just your nutrients, but your soil, and sometimes even your runoff.

    In this post, we are going to teach you everything you need to know about soil and nutrient testing!

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  • Hemp Growing Supplies

    Looking for hemp growing supplies? If so, you are in the right place. has been supplying commercial hemp farms with hemp propagation equipment, hemp grow lights, and harvest supplies since 2011.

    We are proud to be considered an authority figure in this industry, and love working with small and large scale farms.

    With the country wide legalization of hemp, industrial hemp farms are in a position to be more successful than ever.

    The question now becomes how to get the most out of your crop. Automation and optimization go hand in hand, and should always be the goals of industrial hemp farmers.

    Here are a few of the hemp growing supplies and equipment we carry here that can help you take your operation to the next level, for your most profitable season yet.

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  • Automating Your Grow Lights With Controllers, Movers, & Meters

    Do you enjoy constantly running to your grow room to turn on/off your grow lights, and the equipment that works with them?

    There really is no reason for you to manually control your grow room lighting with the technology available today, such as grow light timers and controllers, light moving systems, and light meters.

    Grow lights are one of the most important aspects of your indoor garden's environment, and there are no shortage of accessories and upgrades available for your current light fixtures.

    With so many options available, it can be difficult to decide which upgrades are best for your grow, and how to utilize them.

    Today, we are going to explain in the simplest terms how to automate your grow lighting system.

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  • Grow Room Automation

    Technology is available to control temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide (CO2) content, and even nutrient dosing and pH control all through your mobile device. Whether you are new to automation or a tech-savvy, there are options out there for all growers to help reduce the workload and free up some of your time for other aspects of your business or life.

  • Best Cheap Grow Room Controllers In 2024

    If you think you have to spend thousands of dollars to automate your garden, think again. Here are 9 controllers under $100 that can give you piece of mind while saving you big!

  • Growlink Automated Controllers Review

    Formerly known as Hydropods, Growlink is taking the automation industry by storm! With some of the most advanced environment controlling devices on the market, its no surprise this brand is so popular.

    Automate, Monitor, Control, and Analyze your grow room from your phone

    The Growlink Controllers and App gives you remote access to monitor sensor data in real time and control any connected devices through your phone or computer.

    Gone are the days of running wires all over your grow room and manually taking measurements through various devices.

    You can now easily set up a rule based system including sensor triggers, timers, and schedules to automate the grow process.

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