Casey Jones Fraser

Casey Jones Fraser owns Garden Grove Organics in northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati. He has a degree in communications and electronic media. He believes that indoor gardeners can achieve the highest-quality crops and maximum yields when proper science is applied. Since 1998, Casey has been testing various nutrients and supplements in search of outstanding harvests.

Articles by Casey Jones Fraser


Kitchen Composting and Compost Teas Kitchen Composting and Compost Teas Kitchen Composting and Compost Teas Kitchen Composting and Compost Teas


Have you ever noticed how much food we throw away? With all of that valuable nutrition going into the trash, composting kitchen waste into...

Passive CO2 is So Cool Passive CO2 is So Cool Passive CO2 is So Cool Passive CO2 is So Cool


There are many ways to supplement CO2 in your indoor garden. Passive CO2 products in particular can help you balance your budget, and help...

Creating a Custom Feed Program for Your Plants Creating a Custom Feed Program for Your Plants Creating a Custom Feed Program for Your Plants Creating a Custom Feed Program for Your Plants


There are a lot of plant nutrients and supplements out there to choose from. Casey Jones Fraser breaks down different types of products...

The Best Light for the Job The Best Light for the Job The Best Light for the Job The Best Light for the Job


Casey Jones Fraser shares some tips on how to find the right grow lights for the right uses.

Perlite Revisited for Hydroponics Gardens Perlite Revisited for Hydroponics Gardens Perlite Revisited for Hydroponics Gardens Perlite Revisited for Hydroponics Gardens


Anyone looking for a hydroponics system addition that is reliable, easy to use, and is budget friendly, should try growing their next crop...

Light It Up: Using More Lights Efficiently and Safely Light It Up: Using More Lights Efficiently and Safely Light It Up: Using More Lights Efficiently and Safely Light It Up: Using More Lights Efficiently and Safely


If you have no experience with electrical repair, get a qualified installer to add a circuit for the garden. Don’t be afraid to run...

Feeding For Flavor Feeding For Flavor Feeding For Flavor Feeding For Flavor


When fruits have a complex, layered flavor, you know the grower finally got it right. Here’s how to do it in your own garden.

Raise the Roof...and the Floor Raise the Roof...and the Floor Raise the Roof...and the Floor Raise the Roof...and the Floor


In a prior article on indoor greenhouses, Casey Jones Fraser mentioned rising grow tents off of the floor. If you don’t know how to...

Low-Maintenance Hydroponics: Self-Watering Containers Low-Maintenance Hydroponics: Self-Watering Containers Low-Maintenance Hydroponics: Self-Watering Containers Low-Maintenance Hydroponics: Self-Watering Containers


Thinking about that summer vacation? Well, sub-irrigation—with its concealed water supply hydrating the growing medium—might be the key to...

Tap Water and its Impact on Hydroponic Nutrients and Supplements Tap Water and its Impact on Hydroponic Nutrients and Supplements Tap Water and its Impact on Hydroponic Nutrients and Supplements Tap Water and its Impact on Hydroponic Nutrients and Supplements


There’s no point in feeding your garden expensive nutrients if the stuff in your tap water is keeping the plants from absorbing them.

Grow Tents: 21st Century Greenhouses Grow Tents: 21st Century Greenhouses Grow Tents: 21st Century Greenhouses Grow Tents: 21st Century Greenhouses


Grow tents are a convenient and relatively inexpensive way to bring the greenhouse inside. Casey Jones Fraser explains why he’s a big fan.

Conservation Starts in the Garden Conservation Starts in the Garden Conservation Starts in the Garden Conservation Starts in the Garden


Every little bit helps—and Casey Fraser explains how you can help preserve the environment by using just a little bit less of everything in...

Double or Nothing: A Grower's Life Double or Nothing: A Grower's Life Double or Nothing: A Grower's Life Double or Nothing: A Grower's Life


If you take your garden seriously, you won't mind paying for insurance in the form of some spare gear. Here are several items that...

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