Water

  • Dechlorinator & RO Filter Replacement: How Often To Change Reverse Osmosis Filters

    If you’re unsure how often to change reverse osmosis filters or dechlorinator filters, then our RO filter replacement guide is a must-read - the quality & health of your plants depends on it!

    Don’t risk your old, tainted water filters or membranes letting contaminants through - you paid good money for your water filtration system, so you might as well make sure it’s running smoothly at all times and doing its job!

    The problem is that aside from commercial water filtration systems, there is usually no onboard indicator of when exactly it’s time to start replacing RO filters.

    Your manufacturer may have provided an estimation, but because every feed water quality & conditions are different, you need a more accurate way to tell when it’s time to swap that old filter out.

    And that’s what we’re going to do today - we'll explain the foolproof way to determine if its time to change your RO membrane, your pre-filters, and your carbon filters. Let’s start with the importance of water filter replacement.

    TL;DR: RO membranes need to be replaced every six months, and other filter types will need to be changed once a year. But the only way to know for sure if it's time to replace your filter or membrane is by testing the filtered water and looking for a drop in efficiency or efficacy.

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  • Best RO System For Growing Plants Of 2024

    Clean water is essential in hydroponics which is why the best RO system for growing plants is such an important topic for you to explore.

    This is even true if you grow in soil - impurities in your tap water can be detrimental to your crop, whether you grow at home as a hobbyist or in a commercial warehouse professionally.

    Don’t let something as simple as water quality affect your harvest - invest in the best reverse osmosis system for hydroponics and protect your plants.

    As the experts in all things hydroponics, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to cover an option for every grower out there - our list will feature filters as small as 75 GPD all the way up to systems rated at 19,000 GPD & above!

    By the end of this article, you’ll be well equipped to pick and size your water filter. You'll never have to worry about chlorine or sediments messing up your grow or not knowing what the actual PPM of your water is!

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  • The Best Hydroponic Water Pump Of 2024

    Having the best hydroponic water pump can be the difference between a flawless system that produces prolific yields and a devastating crop failure.

    By choosing cheap, low quality components for your system, you are choosing to take on the risk that comes with cutting corners.

    We see growers invest in faulty pumps far too often, which is why we’ve decided to compile our list of the best water pumps for hydroponics currently on the market.

    These will ensure your plants get the nutrients they need, when they need them. You won’t have to stress about whether your unit will fail when you leave the grow room or take a vacation - you can feel confident about investing in the best, and you’ll be rewarded come harvest time!

    Whether you’re in the market for the best submersible water pump for hydroponics or you’re after an inline option, you’re a small-scale hobbyist or large-scale commercial cultivar, we’ll have a perfect pick for you!

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  • Watering Plants 101: Expert Tips

    While it sounds so simple, there are certain things you need to know about how to properly water plants.

    Your watering schedule needs to be dialed in for great yields.

    Two of the most common mistakes new growers make are over watering and under watering. These issues can not only prevent you from achieving your desired yield. They can honestly ruin your grow.

    We're going to teach you best practices for providing your plants the perfect amount of water, every time.

    We want to explain the problems that can arise when you water too much or too little. This will help you understand the gravity of this task.

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  • Why Hydroponic Water Temperature Matters

    Chillers and heaters are used to keep hydroponic water temperature constant in a hydroponic grow. Having the right one for your needs makes all the difference.

  • How To Install A Water Chiller To Your Hydroponic System

    Learn how quick and easy it is to hook up a water chiller to a hydroponic system.

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