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Organic Hydroponics

Hydroponic gardening, or gardening without soil, is a popular technique employed by many indoor horticulturists because of its accelerated growth rates and …

Garden & Greenhouse Cover Story – FloraMax Nutrients & Additives

Horticulturists are always on the lookout for the ultimate feeding regimen. In order to maximize plant performance, many growers opt to mix and match various …

Perfecting Nutrient Delivery Through Fertigation

Nutrient management can get tricky, even for the most seasoned grower. Finding the ideal nutrient delivery method may involve some degree of trial and error, …

New Search App Offers Unbiased Results

Nichols Publishing Company, the publishers of Garden & Greenhouse and NUGL have entered a partnership that offers a new technology to the greenhouse and …

Building a Hydroponic Nutrient Regimen

One of the biggest contributing factors to a successful hydroponic garden is the nutrient regimen. Unlike soil, which usually has various organic ingredients …

Four Tips for Thriving in Hydroponics

Growing hydroponically carries several noteworthy benefits. Perhaps the most significant advantage is that hydroponic systems are energy-efficient, since they …

Saving Money with a Hydroponic Garden

Many hobbies are nothing short of money pits. You spend a lot of time and investment without the prospect of monetary benefits. But hydroponics can help you …

How to Create a DIY Hydroponic Garden

Hydroponics is simply growing plants in water without soil. In commercial settings liquid nutrients are utilized for this style of growing plants. This is a …

Flushing Hydroponic Systems to Remove Harmful Salts

Flushing hydroponic systems is done to remove deposits of general dirt, salt precipitates and algae from the root zone, medium and other system parts. Pay …

Creating the Perfect Nutrient Solution for the Veg and Flower Stages

The performance of a nutrient solution is not guaranteed by simply using a quality brand. ¬†Proper dosing procedures and ongoing maintenance are necessary to …