• Is Wildfire Smoke Bad For Plants? Everything You Need To Know

    Are you, your family, and your indoor plants or garden protected from all of the pollution created by wildfire smoke?

    Don't wait to find out that you are not prepared for wildfire season. It seems now more than ever the fire season never ends. In 2023 we are seeing massive wildfires in Canada affecting most of the eastern United States. This is causing many people, animals, and plants to suffer. Luckily there are steps you can take to help protect yourself and your plants.

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  • DIY Cold Plunge Kits - Everything you need to know!

    In the pursuit of personal health, many individuals are turning to new methods to energize their bodies and minds. Recently, a large amount of popularity has grown around cold plunge therapy. Generally, these may also be known as ice baths or cold water immersion. There is a ton of information out there, therefore, it does not take much to start. After reading this article, you should be able to create your own DIY cold plunge.

    In this article, we will talk about the "cool" world of cold plunging. Altogether, we will discuss cold plunge benefits, and the best temperature for a cold plunge. We will also explore how you can create your own DIY cold plunge.

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  • Using Sulfur For Pest Control

    Curious about the potential of sulfur for pest control? This article will tell you everything you need to know.

    Sulfur is a natural pesticide that has been used for generations to interrupt the growth, development, and life cycle of many kinds of pests. It doesn’t work in all situations, but for some garden dilemmas, sulfur might be the solution you are looking for. 

    It might be hard for you to believe that something as simple as sulfur can make such a huge difference when it comes to the health of your plants. However, when you’re looking for an inexpensive pesticide, sulfur could very well be the solution you have been looking for.

    Here are some tips on using and burning sulfur for pest control  - as well as some precautions to keep in mind.

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  • Our response to COVID-19


    Hydrobuilder.com is open for business and orders are shipping as quickly as possible. Due to social distancing measures some orders are taking up to 14 business days to ship out. Most orders are shipping and delivering within 10 business days.

    Our thoughts are with those who are impacted by COVID-19 already and we wish a speedy recovery to all those who are ill, and to those whose loved ones are battling this virus. We also want to express gratitude to the first responders on the front line of treating those who are ill.

    On March 18th, we asked all of our employees to work from home beginning the following day as a precaution and as a way to #flattenthecurve.

    Our warehouses are currently running 'skeleton' crews, or at less than full capacity as a way to limit the number of people coming into contact with each other and as a way to maintain social distancing. This will happen for as long as necessary in order to keep people safe. Some shipments may be delayed because of this precaution. We will do everything in our power to communicate thoroughly and effectively with you if your order has been delayed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We will list up-to-date lead times on each product page on our website so you have a clear understanding of when products will leave the warehouse.

    The situation before us is fluid but trust that we are doing everything in our power to make sure all of the 10,000+ garden supplies on our website are shipped to you quickly and safely. Whether you are a commercial cultivator or hobby grower - we're here to keep your garden growing.

    Have questions for us? Call us at 888-815-9763 or click here to email an expert. Thank you for your support and understanding during these unprecedented times.


    The Hydrobuilder Team

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