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Matt LeBannister discusses the attributes of various hydroponic grow mediums and which systems they are ideal for.

Regardless of what the weather is doing outside, having a few fans running in your growroom will go a long way in keeping your plants happy.

Of all the equipment used in an indoor garden, the lighting system is the equipment that should be given the most consideration.

Many garden plants start out as seeds. You could look at these tiny plants wrapped in hard shells as presents waiting for spring to unwrap themselves.

Let's take a look at 10 things you should consider when pondering the efficacy of your nutrient reservoir and system. Some of your persistent problems may begin, and could end, there.

As the practice of controlling pests with their own natural predators becomes more common in commercial agriculture, the push for biocontrol from hydroponics cultivators is now being looked at as an alternative to pesticides.

Many salts are highly soluble in water, making them good sources of nutrient elements that plants can use. Read on for more facts on salts.

Pests don’t disappear during winter; they just try and come inside. Here’s a few tips on how to keep them out.

What do kelp, molasses, and guano have in common? Well, it’s kind of a long story, but simply put, they are all organic ingredients that can boost the quality of your soil, and consequently, your harvests.

In nature, water serves as an ideal flushing system. It will work for your hydroponic system, too. But is it the best means available? Rich Hamilton dives in headfirst to determine if flushing your plants with chemicals is worth it.