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Hydroponic ORP Management

Hydroponic ORP Management Controlling & Monitoring ORP in Crops   Hydroponic ORP management gives growers the ability to observe and maintain a relative measure of the “health” of hydroponic nutrient solutions to grow crops. Managing ORP levels is especially effective in recirculating water culture systems like RDWC. ORP readings from monitoring devices are given as […]

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Hydroponic Mother Plants

Hydroponic Mother Plants   Better Propagation Programs with Water Culture   Hydroponic mother plants produce more shoot material for rooting cuttings and clones versus conventional growing methods.  Additionally, the donor material is often of higher quality and roots faster. Experienced growers know that high-yielding trouble-free crops start with high-quality transplants, which begin before the material […]

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Commercial Hydroponic Nutrients

Commercial Hydroponic Nutrients Cultured Solutions A&B Dutch Style Grow & Bloom Formulas   Commercial hydroponic nutrients have a lot riding on them. Large scale cultivators growing in water culture, rockwool, coco or peat mixes cannot afford to gamble or guess when it comes to crop fertility. Specialty fertilizer blends used in these types of applications […]

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Difference Between ORP VS DO

Difference Between ORP VS DO   How DO & ORP Effect Hydroponic Nutrient Solutions   The difference between ORP VS DO is important to understand for assessing and managing the “health” of hydroponic nutrient solutions and water quality for use in cultivating high value crops.    DO (dissolved oxygen) in simplest terms is a value […]

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Hypochlorous Acid Hydroponic Drip Applications

Hypochlorous Acid Hydroponic Drip Applications   Keeping Drip Tables & Irrigation Systems Clean   Hypochlorous acid hydroponic drip applications keep modern coco and rockwool set-ups productive and operating smoothly. Hypochlorous acid (HOCl-) is available as stable concentrates specifically offered for growers that can be injected into drip fertigation systems or added and dosed into reservoirs.   […]

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RDWC Grow Tips

These RDWC grow tips will help maximize cropping results and provide all the benefits that RDWC (recirculating deep water culture) hydroponics growing systems offer. Getting the Most from Your RDWC Set Up Running an advanced RDWC hydroponics system such as the Under Current requires additional accessories to maximize the potential of a garden. Ensuring your […]

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High Pressure Aeroponic Cloning Systems

CCH2O Hydroponic System Bulletin: High Pressure Aeroponic Cloning Systems High Pressure Aeroponic Cloning Systems, Advantageous Root Development High pressure aeroponic cloning systems like CCH2O’s HP Aero Cloner are true aeroponic systems. The term “aeroponics” is most often used to describe any type of water culture system that feeds supported bare root plants with a nutrient […]

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Hydroponic System Selection

CCH2O Hydroponic System Bulletin: Hydroponic System Selection Choosing the Right Hydro System What you need to know for hydroponic system selection. CurrentCultureH2O is a preferred growing solutions provider for indoor and greenhouse hydroponic farming, offering a range of systems–what you need to know for the best CCH2O hydroponic system selection in your particular situation. Plus […]

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RDWC Aeration

RDWC Aeration Aerating Hydro Systems & Increasing Dissolved Oxygen One of the key factors to the  supercharged plant development observed in active water culture systems is optimal RDWC aeration in the rhizosphere. Recirculating Deep Water Culture systems that are designed and assembled for sustaining higher DO (dissolved oxygen) levels in the rootzone can take crops […]

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Hydroponic Chillers

Chilling Hydroponic Systems Using hydroponic chillers may be necessary when crops are grown in warmer environments, especially under intense grow lighting or in greenhouses with full sun.  There is often a strong and direct relationship plant yields and crop quality share with lighting levels.  Typically, for light loving plants the more they get, the more […]

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