Garden Care

  • How To Get Rid Of Aphids On Your Plants Fast

    Learning how to get rid of aphids on plants can be the difference between saving your garden or scrapping it, hoping for better luck next time.

    These pests can infiltrate an indoor or outdoor garden, and can wreak havoc on your plants.

    In this guide we will teach you how to get rid of them if you do find them on your plants, along with how to prevent them in the first place.

    But first, we need to teach you what aphids are, what they do, and how to identify them.

  • Outdoor Growing: How To Grow Big Plants In Your Backyard

    Outdoor growing presents many opportunities and challenges that wouldn’t exist with indoor growing.

    Everyone should try to grow flower in their backyard at some point, because its the purest form of gardening there is. From huge yields to low costs, the reasons to grow plants outdoors are plentiful!

    We’ll cover them in-depth, along with some of the less enjoyable things that accompany outdoor growing. Then, we’ll teach you everything you need to know so you can get your plants started outside!

  • How To Amend Soil For Healthy, Organic Gardening

    As you finish up your grow, you are likely wondering how to amend your soil for the next growing season.

    Or, maybe your plants are just about ready for flower, and want to add some organic amendments to the top of your soil to supercharge bud development.

    There are plenty of reasons to consistently improve the conditions in your soil because poor soil means poor plants.

    We are going to cover why, when, and how you should amend your soil. But first, let’s cover some quick definitions.

  • Pruning To Increase Yield

    Pruning to increase yield is one of the easiest ways to improve your grow. This variation of plant training simply requires a pair of scissors and a little know-how.

    There are more complex methods of plant training that require special techniques such as bending, tying, twisting, and more.

    These can deliver impressive results, but there is something to be said for good old fashioned pruning to increase yields.

    We will cover the different types of pruning, but first, let’s explain it on a general level.

  • The Best Garden Sprayer Of 2020

    As your garden grows, it becomes especially important to use the best garden sprayer possible. This will make things a lot easier for you, the grower, while producing better results with your spraying.

    Here at Hydrobuilder, we offer a wide range of sprayers and foggers for all growers, from small, manual hand pump sprayers to electric backpack sprayers.

    Regardless of how you’re using it, these products will help you keep your grow room or garden in tip-top shape. Before we get to the sprayers, however, we should cover why you need one!

  • How Often Should I Give My Plants Nutrients?

    One of the most common questions new growers ask is “how often should I give my plants nutrients?”.

    The answer varies based on tons of factors, including how young your plant is, what nutrients you’re feeding, and what stage of growth you are in. Plus, your growing method has a direct effect on your nutrients.

    Reading a feeding chart or feeding schedule will help you determine how often you need to give your plants nutrients. But, they don’t tell the whole story.

  • How To Transplant A Plant

    Learning how to transplant a plant is a vital step in becoming a serious grower. Transplanting is a necessity if you want your plants to reach their full potential. 

    You want your plants roots to have all the room they need, as they directly influence how your plant grows above soil. We will go in depth on when and how to transplant, but first, let’s talk about why this is so important.

  • 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.

  • Plant Training - The Definitive Guide To Getting Bigger Yields

    As you become a more serious grower, the bulk of your work will be on plant training. Whether you are simply topping your plants, or bending and tying branches down, you need to do more than just feed your plants and let them grow if you want impressive yields.

    Training your plants leads to more explosive growth, heavier yields, and the ability to dictate the manner in which your plants grow. 

    This is really important for indoor growing, where height may be limited, and you need to grow short, bushy plants. Before we start covering all the different methods of plant training, let’s cover some basic information on it!

  • Best Winter Garden Vegetables To Grow In The Cold

    While it's definitely starting to get colder, there are still winter garden vegetables you can grow year-round!

    For so many of us, gardening is a hobby we are passionate about. Its a huge part of our lives, and not being able to grow for 3-4 months out of the year is awful.

    For some, the solution is simple: just move the garden indoors! This is an awesome way to keep growing year-round, and this style has tons of other benefits as well. You can learn more about it in our definitive guide on indoor growing.

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