Maximum Yield

Definition - What does Maximum Yield mean?

Maximum Yield, Inc. is a multi-tiered publishing company headquartered out of Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. Founded in 1998, Maximum Yield publishes several magazines including Maximum Yield, Hydrolife and INews available both in print and digital subscriptions.

They produce a monthly US version, and bi-monthly Canadian, United Kingdom/European Union, and Australia/ New Zealand editions as well as online newsletters. They additionally offer unique content on their websites in addition to hosting the print content of all of their publications.

They also produce several annual trade shows (GrowX) promoting the hydroponic, aquaponics, indoor, urban and vertical production industries throughout the United States and Canada.

MaximumYield explains Maximum Yield

Content produced by Maximum Yield is typically free to consumers, but there are paid subscription options. Print copies are available at distribution sites, typically hydroponic stores and garden centers throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia/New Zealand. They boast a readership of almost a half-million persons each month, which attracts a wide range of advertisers and companies that produce anything from grow lights to nutrients and fertilizers to accessories for both hydroponic and traditional plant production.

Content is primarily generated by freelancers, many of whom are professional growers themselves, experienced tradespeople, master growers or academics. Almost 200 professionals contribute content to the wide range of Maximum Yield platforms.

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