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The Birds and the Bees of Hydroponics: How to Pollinate Plants The Birds and the Bees of Hydroponics: How to Pollinate Plants The Birds and the Bees of Hydroponics: How to Pollinate Plants The Birds and the Bees of Hydroponics: How to Pollinate Plants


Pollination and the resulting fruit set are vital processes for many common hydroponic crops, and an indoor garden can pose challenges to...

The Light That Binds: Lighting for Young Plants The Light That Binds: Lighting for Young Plants The Light That Binds: Lighting for Young Plants The Light That Binds: Lighting for Young Plants


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

It Starts With A Seed It Starts With A Seed It Starts With A Seed It Starts With A Seed


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...

Growing from Seed Using Containers Growing from Seed Using Containers Growing from Seed Using Containers Growing from Seed Using Containers


Many gardeners prefer to start seeds in an egg carton (or even in the eggshells themselves), in a seed cell pack, in peat pots, or in small...

Test Tube Babies Test Tube Babies Test Tube Babies Test Tube Babies


Plant tissue culture micro-propagation may open the door for many new opportunities in hydroponics and computer-controlled agriculture

Growing Media Options Growing Media Options Growing Media Options Growing Media Options


Our columnist takes us on a media tour of the hydroponic kind.Healthy plants depend on their root systems to draw moisture and nutrients up...

Caring For Your Mother Plants Caring For Your Mother Plants Caring For Your Mother Plants Caring For Your Mother Plants


Mother plants are stock plants specifically raised to provide cuttings for starting new plants. The cuttings, also known as clones, are...

Training Your Plants: Pruning, Staking and Trellising to Maximize Yields Training Your Plants: Pruning, Staking and Trellising to Maximize Yields Training Your Plants: Pruning, Staking and Trellising to Maximize Yields Training Your Plants: Pruning, Staking and Trellising to Maximize Yields


A number of gardening strategies can be used to manipulate plants in different ways to maximize resources like space, nutrients and light

Growing and Propagating Shamrocks Growing and Propagating Shamrocks Growing and Propagating Shamrocks Growing and Propagating Shamrocks


Small-leafed shamrocks plants to own and can live for many years. They are easy to grow, make an excellent addition to any plant collection...

Seeds and Meristems Seeds and Meristems Seeds and Meristems Seeds and Meristems


Seeds are amazing storage containers that allow a plant to travel through space and time. Inside each protective casing is a tiny plant...

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