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Automation Must-Haves for New Growers Automation Must-Haves for New Growers Automation Must-Haves for New Growers Automation Must-Haves for New Growers


With the right automation and knowledge, your plants will think Mother Nature is running the show.

Don't Let 'em Fry! - Managing Excessive Heat Don't Let 'em Fry! - Managing Excessive Heat Don't Let 'em Fry! - Managing Excessive Heat Don't Let 'em Fry! - Managing Excessive Heat


Sweltering conditions, overbearing heat, extreme humidity or arid dry air—these are the difficult outdoor climate challenges that many...

Greenhouse Planning: What Growers Need to Know Greenhouse Planning: What Growers Need to Know Greenhouse Planning: What Growers Need to Know Greenhouse Planning: What Growers Need to Know


So, you’ve decided to start growing in a greenhouse. That’s great! It might be tempting to start with selecting a frame, but wait. There...

Photo of a man installing ducting in a grow room. Photo of a man installing ducting in a grow room. Photo of a man installing ducting in a grow room. Photo of a man installing ducting in a grow room.


Indoor growers in colder climates can benefit from heat generated by grow lights and use the excess warmth to save money. Eric Hopper...

Automating Your Indoor Garden Automating Your Indoor Garden Automating Your Indoor Garden Automating Your Indoor Garden


The tools for automating a growroom are becoming simpler and simpler to incorporate into our systems, freeing up a lot of our time. Which...

Hydroponic farmer tending to lettuce Hydroponic farmer tending to lettuce Hydroponic farmer tending to lettuce Hydroponic farmer tending to lettuce


Getting the nutrient solution just right is important to ensure a successful, thriving garden. Read on to learn how to make your hydroponic...

The Top 10 Reasons Why Your Aquaponic System Isn’t Cycling The Top 10 Reasons Why Your Aquaponic System Isn’t Cycling The Top 10 Reasons Why Your Aquaponic System Isn’t Cycling The Top 10 Reasons Why Your Aquaponic System Isn’t Cycling


Having trouble getting your aquaponic system to cycle? Consult Sylvia Bernstein's following checklist to help identify the problem and...

Photo of a mint plant covered in water droplets from humidity. Photo of a mint plant covered in water droplets from humidity. Photo of a mint plant covered in water droplets from humidity. Photo of a mint plant covered in water droplets from humidity.


Whether in a greenhouse, glasshouse, or indoors, cultivating in a protected environment is all about controlling the surrounding conditions...

A Breath of Fresh Air: The Importance of Air Purification in an Indoor Garden A Breath of Fresh Air: The Importance of Air Purification in an Indoor Garden A Breath of Fresh Air: The Importance of Air Purification in an Indoor Garden A Breath of Fresh Air: The Importance of Air Purification in an Indoor Garden


Air purification is one of the most overlooked variables of an indoor garden because most airborne pathogens are invisible, but ignoring...

Keeping Things Cool In Your Growroom Keeping Things Cool In Your Growroom Keeping Things Cool In Your Growroom Keeping Things Cool In Your Growroom


When plants become overheated, they begin to show signs of stress. Heat stress can result in spindly young plants and mature plants that...

Gardener using an app to check temperature and humidity levels in an outdoor garden. Gardener using an app to check temperature and humidity levels in an outdoor garden. Gardener using an app to check temperature and humidity levels in an outdoor garden. Gardener using an app to check temperature and humidity levels in an outdoor garden.


While you’re in the thick of performing gardening chores this season, start noting how microclimates work in your landscape.

Balmy Breezes: How Air Circulation Affects Temperature, Humidity and CO2 in Your Growroom Balmy Breezes: How Air Circulation Affects Temperature, Humidity and CO2 in Your Growroom Balmy Breezes: How Air Circulation Affects Temperature, Humidity and CO2 in Your Growroom Balmy Breezes: How Air Circulation Affects Temperature, Humidity and CO2 in Your Growroom


We’ve all heard that moving and exchanging the air inside a growroom is essential. But why?

As Temperatures Rise...Don’t Forget About Humidity As Temperatures Rise...Don’t Forget About Humidity As Temperatures Rise...Don’t Forget About Humidity As Temperatures Rise...Don’t Forget About Humidity


Humidity levels can sometimes get overlooked in the summer months, especially when the heat starts soaring, but after a few mishaps, most...

Recycling Heat in Your Bloom Room Recycling Heat in Your Bloom Room Recycling Heat in Your Bloom Room Recycling Heat in Your Bloom Room


Lee G. Lyzit explains how recycling heat can have a positive impact on a grower’s bottom line.

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 raising grow tents off of the floor. If you don’t know how to...

The Right Temperature for Growing Clones The Right Temperature for Growing Clones The Right Temperature for Growing Clones The Right Temperature for Growing Clones


In order to be successful in cloning, temperature is of the utmost importance.

Cloches to Greenhouses Cloches to Greenhouses Cloches to Greenhouses Cloches to Greenhouses


Cloches, hothouses, cold frames, greenhouses—what’s the difference? Grubbycup explains how all these garden structures can help you to...

Cold Weather and Hydroponic Gardens Cold Weather and Hydroponic Gardens Cold Weather and Hydroponic Gardens Cold Weather and Hydroponic Gardens


Cold weather is a situation where hydroponic gardening, whether in your home or in a greenhouse, has an unbeatable advantage. Here’s how to...

Energy and the Growroom Energy and the Growroom Energy and the Growroom Energy and the Growroom


Energy is a loaded word. It allows our lights to turn on, it can result in deadly radiation and, most importantly, it regulates how...

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