Plants consist of several basic organ systems, and roots are an important one. In both soil culture and hydroponics, roots generally keep to themselves, out of sight, doing their critical…
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February 16th – 18th 2017 Seattle, WA   Smith Cove Cruise Terminal & Event Center 2001 West Garfield Seattle, WA 98119 Booth #341    GROW BETTER CROPS using our KIND®…
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January 28th & 29th 2017 Denver, Colorado   Denver Market, Expo Halls 451 East 58th Avenue, Denver, CO 80216 Booth #112    GROW BETTER CROPS using our KIND® production recipe.…
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-by Guest Author Annie S. White, Freelance Technical Writer & Horticultural Consultant   The marriage of hydroponics and organics makes an unlikely couple. Hydroponics is all about feeding the plant…
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How often should you feed and water your plants? When growing plants in a drain-to-waste setup and using a nutrient solution to deliver the plant nutrients, it is recommended that…
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Silica supplements are a popular addition to nutrient regimens, making plants stronger and less susceptible to environmental and pathogenic damage. Silica (silicon dioxide, SiO2) i s also commonly known as…
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Calcium and magnesium are both important nutrients for plants, and they have a special relationship with coco coir that requires some special attention. While coco coir is a proven growing…
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Growers today understand that adjusting the pH of their hydroponic nutrient solutions is critical for allowing their plants to absorb nutrients efficiently. While there are many formulas for pH control…
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By Derex Q. Zellars | Environmental Scientist   Traditional methods used to protect plants from disease have been largely based on the use of chemical fungicides. Applications of fungicides can…
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By Derex Q. Zellars | Environmental Scientist   Scientific research has confirmed that seaweeds help in increasing yields, drought resistance, frost protection and stress recovery. Although seaweeds contain small amounts…
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