• How To Start A Kitchen Garden

    At first glance, the idea of a kitchen garden may seem sort of odd. Whether you already have an herb garden or not, why would you want to grow things in your kitchen? Doesn’t a garden take up a lot of space, how would that even work?

    The reality is that anyone who has a little counter space can start growing produce in their kitchen. We’ll cover the specifics of this later on, and give you a step by step guide on how to get started. 

    But first, let’s explain why a kitchen garden might make sense for you.

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  • How To Grow Hydroponic Tomatoes

    If you are looking for a new food to grow indoors this winter, consider growing hydroponic tomatoes.

    This is a very popular food that is actually both a vegetable and a fruit, and most people put their tomato garden on pause during the cold, winter months.

    But, you can actually grow this plant year round, all from the comfort of your own home hydroponically! 

    In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about growing tomatoes hydroponically, including pro’s & con’s, which varieties work best, which systems are best for growing hydro tomatoes, and the actual process of growing them.

    At the end, we’ll go into detail on common problems people run into, and how to avoid them from the start so you can have a successful first grow!

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  • How To Grow Hydroponic Strawberries

    If you have a fruit or vegetable garden, and are looking for a fresh new challenge, you should consider growing hydroponic strawberries.

    This is an easy plant to grow, and they do really well in hydroponic systems. Even if you have no experience growing strawberries in soil, you can get started growing strawberries hydroponically pretty easily.

    We’ll elaborate on all the reasons you should try growing strawberries hydroponically, and share some of the drawbacks compared to growing them in soil.

    After that, we’ll cover the different types of strawberries, and which ones are best for hydroponics.

    We’ll also explain which systems are best suited for this plant, and go in-depth on how to get your grow started.

    Then, we’ll take you through the entire process of actually growing your strawberries, along with how to harvest them.

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  • 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.

  • Best Hydroponic Systems of 2020

    Once you have a few grows under your belt and want the challenge of growing hydroponically, you’ll want the best hydroponic system you can find.

    With this style of growing, there are more moving parts, and that’s why it's important to purchase from a reputable brand.

    The last thing you want is to start flowering your plants and have your system break, leaving you with no choice but to put your grow on pause while you try and fix a cheap hydro system.

    Before we uncover our list of the best hydroponic systems currently on the market, let’s cover some basic information about hydroponic growing, along with what makes a system “great”.

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  • Botanicare Slide Bench Review

    We got the chance to setup and review the Botanicare Slide Bench, one of the latest additions to the commercial hydroponics industry. This bench offers a substantial increase in efficiency, flexibility, and profitability for commercial growers.

    If you aren’t familiar with the Botanicare Slide Bench, it is a premium hydroponics bench that helps commercial growers get the most out of their floor space. It completely eliminates the need for aisles in a commercial warehouse or grow room, maximizing the use of expensive, limited floor space. To create an aisle, simply slide the bench out of your way and walk through. In our opinion, this alone makes it a must have for serious commercial facilities.

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  • The HyperLogic Commercial RO System

    Water filtration is an essential process for any serious commercial hydroponics operation.

    Plants, like humans, thrive when given high quality water. Many of the particulates in tap water will not harm us, but that doesn't hold true for our plants. To grow the biggest, most potent plants, we need to filter out these particulates before watering.

    But in larger operations, such as a commercial grow, filtering high quantities of water can be both difficult and expensive.

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  • Hydroponics 101 - The Complete Guide To Hydroponic Growing

    Welcome to hydroponics 101. We are going to take this opportunity to educate you on hydroponic growing, one of the most exciting and efficient ways to grow indoors. Whether you are already familiar with it, or a complete beginner - you will gain something valuable from this post, as we are going to take a deep dive into: What hydroponics is, along with the different system types What the benefits of hydroponics are Who should & and who should not try hydroponics The best systems of 2020 We've got a lot to cover, so without further ado, let's dive in!

  • How To Stabilize The pH Of Growstones

    How To Stabilize The pH of Growstones. pH stabilization is necessary since growstones naturally come from the manufacturer with a high pH.

  • How To Measure And Adjust pH For Gardening

    How to measure and adjust pH for soil and hydroponic gardening using Bluelab's pH pen and General Hydroponics pH Up and pH Down solutions.

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