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  • Powdery Mildew Factsheet

    LeafSmallIntroduction: Powdery mildew describes several different types of fungi that all fall into the same category. For our purposes in this article, all will be treated together since most have similar habits and management practices. Houseplants can be infected by powdery mildew, and some common ones include African violet and begonia. Outdoors there are numerous … Continue reading
  • Grow Tent vs. Grow Cabinet: Which Way to Grow?

    slide4If you are in the market for an all-in-one, self contained indoor grow setup, you likely have seen several different options while shopping around. Various sizes and option sets are available to meet your exact needs, but one question you may have is whether to go with a grow tent or a grow cabinet. Both tents … Continue reading
  • Six Ways Growing Indoor is Totally Better than Outdoor

    basil-54173_640Summertime is approaching us quickly and everyone is rushing outside to plant their crops for the year. Although there are several obvious advantages to an outdoor grow, not everyone has the ability to grow outdoors for various reasons. For many, an indoor grow is much more feasible and also offers several unique advantages. Read on … Continue reading
  • Top Ten Benefits of LED Grow Lights

    OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMost growers today still rely on HID (high pressure sodium / metal halide) lights for the highest quality and size yield – but times they are a changin’. Technology is advancing, and LED grow lights are now increasingly being adopted by professional growers looking to reap the benefits they offer. Here’s a rundown of the … Continue reading
  • What Is Plant Blight and How Do I Prevent It?

    Blight is a common condition which affects a number of different plant species. Whether you’re growing them indoors or outdoors, nearly all plants are susceptible to this potentially deadly disease. While there’s no way to completely prevent it, there are steps you can take to help reduce the chance of it it appearing in your … Continue reading
  • 5 Ways To Kill a Healthy Houseplant

    I think most people are guilty of accidentally killing a houseplant at one point or another. It’s probably not your intentions (at least we hope not), but there are simply too many factors which affect a plant’s health. Taking the wrong approach to your indoor garden — even if it’s just a single plant — … Continue reading
  • 5 Tips For Growing Chili Peppers Indoors

    chili-pepper-01Chili peppers are spicy, flavorful peppers that used as a flavoring agent in a variety of dishes. Some people use them to make salsa, pastas, pizza, while others eat them plain. While you can always purchase them from your local supermarket or grocery store, chili peppers are actually quite easy to grow. In this post, … Continue reading
  • The Importance of Ventilation In a Grow Room

    indoor-grow-01Proper ventilation is a key element that’s necessary for indoor grow rooms. Whether you’re growing fruit, vegetables, herbs, decorative flowers or any other type of plant, you must keep fresh air circulating through the room. Unfortunately, many first-time growers overlook this step, allowing the air to grow stagnant around their plants. Plants may initially grow … Continue reading
  • Oxygen In Hydroponics Gardening: What You Should Know

    hydrogen-peroxide-01One of the most frequently overlooked elements of a hydroponics garden is oxygen. Plants grown in a water-based environment need a steady supply of oxygen going to their roots. This typically isn’t a problem in traditional soil-based gardens since oxygen is a byproduct of carbon dioxide during photosynthesis; however, the water-based medium of a hydroponics … Continue reading
  • Help! My Tomato Plant Is Infected With Leaf Miners!

    leaf-miners-01Leaf miners pose a serious threat the health and well-being of tomato plants. Infestations are characterized by the presence of distinct leaf patterns (shown in the image to the right). You may notice a few ‘unnatural’ line shapes on a couple leaves, but this problem will likely become progressively worse if not treated. Those few … Continue reading
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