The Best pH Level For Your Garden

A list of recommended pH levels for different plants in your hydroponic garden. More »

How To Clone A Plant

Simple walk through on how to clone a plant More »

How To Grow Hydroponic Lettuce

Growing hydroponic lettuce is easier than you think. More »

9 Advantages Of Hydroponic Gardening

What are the advantages of hydroponic gardening? More »

7 Steps To Starting Your Hydroponic Garden

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5 Plants Every Hydroponic Beginner Should Grow

5 Plants Every Hydroponic Beginner Should Grow

Hydroculture gardens can give every family access to fresh produce no matter their location or income.  With immediate access to your garden, you easily incorporate healthy food into more of your meals. If growing indoors, can do it year all year round. It’s a great way to start eating healthier, making some extra income. or just cut

4 Different Types of Rooting Hormones

4 Different Types Of Rooting Hormone

A lot of gardeners rely heavily on the use of clones. It’s the best way to know exactly what you’re going to get out of a plant. Many times cuttings will produce the chemicals to form roots on their own in the right conditions, but it is a timely process. Some pants require the use of rooting hormone or they wont root.

Rooting

5 Bibb Lettuce Varieties You Need To Grow

5 Bibb Lettuce Varieties You Need To Grow Using Hydroponics

When it’s time to get lettuce seeds, I don’t just grab any old pack off the shelf. To maximize the potential of both growth and taste, you should choose a variety that is best suited for your hydroponic system, the environment it’s in, and the taste you’re going for. Bibb lettuce is one of my favorite types of lettuce.

A Review Of Technaflora Rootech Cloning Gel

A Hydroponics Review of Rootech Cloning Gel

There are many reasons to use clones in your hydroponic garden. With time and the right condition, plants can start roots without additives, but using cloning gel increases your success rate and reduces the time until roots start to show.

There are many different types of rooting hormone on the market; here’s our Technaflora Rootech cloning

How To Harvest Basil To Increase Yields

Many people wait to harvest their basil plants until they are large. Waiting to harvest will give you more at one time, but harvesting early and often increases growth and allows your plant to produce much more overall.

When Should Basil Be Harvested?

Basil can be harvested at just about any time. Instead of harvesting a whole basil plant at one time, it’s best to harvest

How To Use Rapid Rooter Plugs To A Clone Plant

In addition to using Rapid Rooter plugs for seed germination, they are also great to use for starting clones. Rapid Rooter plugs provide the great water/ air ratio to promote rooting from the cutting. Rapid Rooter is versatile, they can be transplanted both in hydroponic

Dyna-Gro Foliage-Pro Hydroponic Nutrient Review

About Dyna-Gro Foliage-Pro

Dyna-Gro is a one part nutrient solution geared towards the vegetative phase of the plant’s growth cycle. Since it is a one part nutrient solution there is not need to mix with other nutrients. Foliage-Pro is high in nitrogen, promoting excellent leafy growth. It can be used for all plants in the vegetative stage but works especially well

How To Build A Glass Jar Aquaponics Herb Garden

How to build a glass jar aquaponics herb garden

The biggest advantage to aquaponics is not having to purchase nutrient solution. Typically aquaponic systems are larger scale, but with the right supplies, you can build a simple single plant system to grow herbs. It’s simple to build and easy to maintain. Here’s how to build your own glass jar aquaponics herb garden.

What You Need To Make A Glass Jar Aquaponics Herb  Garden

  • A large glass jar with lid ring
  • 3-inch net pot
  • Grow medium, I will be using hydroton clay pebbles
  • Beta fish
  • Aquarium water conditioner
  • Plant, clone, or starter cube with seed
  • Decorative rock (optional)

Steps To Building A Glass Jar Aquaponics System

You first need

How To Transplant A Hydroponic Plant Into Dirt

I have many different hobbies that I enjoy. I sometimes use those hobbies to raise funds for projects that I’m doing. One way I’ve found to make some extra money is by selling some of the plants I grow. In the summer I take cuttings of our mums, clone them, and then transplant them into dirt pots to be sold in the fall. Aside

How To Transplant A Plant From Dirt To Hydroponics

I am not a patient person, it’s something I’m working on. I don’t always like to wait on germinating seeds and growing seedlings to start my hydroponic garden. To cut down the time I have to wait, I often purchase plans from the garden store then transplant them into my hydroponic system. It’s an easy process that cuts down