Hydroponics is nothing but growing plants in organic ways using water, growing medium [Read more…]
The symptoms show up first on new growth and rapidly growing tissues in your hydroponics. This happens because calcium accumulates in older leaves, leaving the younger growth to become calcium starved.
Keep in mind that a calcium deficiency [Read more…]
These are strains of bacteria designed to work together with your plant to increase nutrient uptake and the health of your plants. Here are just a few of the many beneficial things the right kind of bacteria can do for you in your hydroponics systems.
Nitrogen is one of the most crucial elements for plant growth. It is plentiful in the air but, unfortunately, isn’t generally usable for plants until converted into ions.
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Different plants need different proportions of hydroponic nutrients in different times. Nutrients solution is the only source of food for your hydroponic plants. Your hydroponic plants require a number of elements to grow in a healthy way that include both macro and micro nutrients. You need to supply a good amount of macro nutrients to your plants such as nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus for their vigorous growth.
The 3 part base nutrients solution, Grow Micro Bloom is one of the options that you need to grow your plants in a healthy way. This 3 part base nutrients formula will help to provide the essential [Read more…]
Light: It is important to provide plenty of lights to your hydroponic indoor garden. Hydroponic grow lights come in a [Read more…]
If you are looking for one of the most efficient hydroponic techniques to grow plants, aeroponic systems of growing plants would be the perfect choice for you. The process is accomplished by spraying a nutrient solutions to the roots of plants without using any growing medium. The biggest benefit of using aeroponics system is the incredible use of limited space. In aeroponics systems, the plants grow with the roots suspended in a misted solution of nutrients. There are varieties of plants that you can grow in an aeroponic system. Growing [Read more…]
Hydroponics is an innovative method of growing your fruits and vegetables without having to deal with messy soil-based growing techniques. Hydroponics technically means growing in water, but often hydroponic methods combine a mixture of growing in water-base nutrient solutions and in organic or inorganic root-zone media. You need the perfect hydroponics source to make the best of your crop. The basics of hydroponics are light, air, water, temperature and nutrients.
Here are a few tips and simple tricks which can lead [Read more…]
Coco coir is the fiber, produced from the brown husk that surrounds the shell of the coconut. Coconut coir is also known as palm peat, coco or coir. Coco coir is composed of millions tiny micro-sponges, which absorb and can hold up to 6 to 8 times more water and 1000 times more oxygen. In the world of hydroponics, coco coir has been gaining popularity because of its better water and oxygen retention capabilities. You can mix coco coir with your compost as a hydroponic growing medium for soil-less [Read more…]
Winter has arrived and now, it is the right time to strategize and protect your hydroponics grow room from the influence of dropping temperature. During winter, the indoor grow room gets warmer towards the ceiling and colder near the ground level. This can kill your hydroponic plants or cause diseases and stress. To protect your plants, it is important that you ensure proper air circulation inside your grow room. If your indoor grow room is not well protected in cold weather, the low temperature would give fungi, pests and disease causing pathogens a good environment to thrive in. Contact us if you need to fix your grow room! [Read more…]