What to do with cocopeat substrate after harvest? Throw away or recycle?
Growing high quality greens is important to us just as it is important to be an environmentally responsible grower. It’s not enough in our opinion to produce great looking vegetables if it comes at a cost of environmental degradation.
In this article, we will walk you through how we built a table top floating raft deep water culture (DWC) system using repurposed plywood, insulation foam, pondliner, and styrofoam boards. Half of the table is set up for circulating Ebb & Flow (Flood & Drain), while the other half is simple Kratky.
Hydroponics growers enjoy cultivating vegetables with very little effort but a major caveat is the tendency to be too lethargic to properly maintain their systems throughout the grow cycle.
Root problems are a common issue facing growers in any type of growing system. While not easy to spot, when the plant starts showing signs of problems, it’s usually too late to correct. In this article, we’ll show some examples of young cucumber seedlings afflicted with root disease and examine the reasons why it occurred.
Like any living organism, plants need food to grow into its fullest potential. We’ll discuss and explain how to use Peters Water Soluble Fertilizers in your grow systems.
An easy way to transplant seedlings into net pots for NFT hydroponics systems.
One of the benefits of growing inside of a greenhouse is the ability to set up Vertical NFT Grow Systems, also known as A-frame NFT Systems.
Dutch Buckets offer the greatest versatility in growing different crops due to its customizable features and flexibility in arrangement and can be used for both hydroponics and aquaponics.
Hydroponics is all about doing more with less.
In hydroponics, a “growing medium” is what you will use instead of soil.