Choosing the right LED
What's so good about LEDs anyway? Well, they put out a tonne less heat than HPS or CMH. They use less power and last a lot longer, making them better for your wallet and the environment. They can capture the full growing spectrum in one light. You don't need a separate ballast or shade giving you more space in your growing environment and fewer power cords to trip over.Read Post
Top Tips For Pest Prevention
Prevention is 100% better than cure when it comes to your plants' defence against pests. We've compiled our top tips to help you keep your indoor garden a pest-free zone.Read Post
Beat The Heat
Summer is fast approaching and while warmer temperatures are welcome in some areas, your garden is not one of them. Summer temperatures can cause an abundance of problems for your plants. Don't fret; we are here to help you beat the heat!Read Post
What is runoff and why do I need to check it?
Why check it, you ask? If you regularly check your runoff, you will ensure your plant is feeding correctly, and your pH isn't fluctuating.Read Post
Nitrogen Deficiency 101
Are your plants looking a little yellow? It could be a sign of a Nitrogen Deficiency.Read Post
pH Balance for Efficient Nutrient Uptake
pH Balance for Efficient Nutrient Uptake Rich Hamilton | January 4, 2021Takeaway: One of the most important yet overlooked factors in hydroponics is maint…Read Post
Avoid These 5 Mistakes In Your Hydroponic Setup
A hydroponic system can be an easier way to grow plants as you have control over the climate and conditions the plants are growing in. Once you've decided t…Read Post
What Lighting To Consider For Your Hydroponic Setup
All hydroponic setups need sufficient lighting to compensate for a lack of direct access to natural sunlight. Choosing the best lighting options for your h…Read Post
How Hydroponic Farming Can Benefit The Environment
Hydroponic farming is an innovative agricultural system that offers enormous benefits to consumers without literally costing us the earth. The system is uniquel…Read Post
How To Ensure Your Hydroponics Setup Handles Temperature Changes
One of the challenges in hydroponic farming is keeping the temperature under control in their indoor garden. In an indoor grow room, there are two factors …Read Post
Hydroponics vs aquaponics – which is easier?
Choosing the right growing method for hydroculture gardeningAs traditional agriculture impacts heavily on our environment and the supply of available farmland c…Read Post
Are hydroponic nutrients safe?
How nutrients work with other parts of your gardenAccording to the World Health Organisation, there are an estimated 600 million cases of food-related illnesses…Read Post
What’s The Difference Between Hydroponics And Aquaponics?
As farmers have started to realise that soil-based farming has too many limits, alternative methods of growing plants have been developed. Hydroponics and …Read Post
Understanding The Difference Between Hydroponics Nutrients
As hydroponically grown plants aren’t anchored in the ground, where do they draw their food from? Plants are fed when nutrient solutions are added to…Read Post
How Long Does Hydroponic Farming Typically Take?
A problem that conventional farmers grapple with every day is slow harvesting times. In a world where larger volumes of produce are demanded in shorter interval…Read Post