Aeroponics Systems

Aeroponics Systems A Practical Approach to Aeroponics   Aeroponics systems differ from conventional hydroponics systems in that they use little to no growth medium.  Plants are typically cultivated as bare rooted in the aeroponic chamber or growth module, supported by collars or baskets in the system lid.  While this aspect doesn’t differ greatly from DWC […]

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hydroponics systems

Hydroponics Systems

Hydroponics Systems   Proven Production Hydroponics Systems & Protocols   There are a number of hydroponics systems available to growers.  Current Culture H2O offers proven production hydroponics systems and protocols to growers who don’t want to gamble on their investment and results.   Current Culture H2O hydroponic systems and protocols deliver significant advantages for crop […]

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Hydroponic Garden Fertilizer

Hydroponic Garden Fertilizer Using the Right Fertilizer for Hydroponic Gardening   With the right hydroponic garden fertilizer, you can grow a wide range of healthy veggies, pungent herbs and fragrant flowers in a variety of hydroponic set ups.  Popular hydroponic systems for growing your own at home include DWC (deep water culture), RDWC (recirculating deep […]

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Starting Aeroponic Seedlings

Starting Aeroponic Seedlings The Benefits of Seeding in Aeroponics   Starting aeroponic seedlings propagates plants with consistently more vigor and health from plant to plant versus traditional methods. Strong plant starts exhibiting even development create higher quality harvests while narrowing the window for potential cropping problems.   Any avid gardener knows the importance of sourcing […]

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hydroponic rootzone ipm

Hydroponic Rootzone IPM

Hydroponic Rootzone IPM A Practical Approach to Maintaining a Healthy Rhizosphere in RDWC Systems   Hydroponic rootzone IPM practices offer a simple, low cost and effective approach to keeping hydroponic root systems free of issues like root rot.  Additionally, hydroponic rootzone IPM (integrated pest management) provides a solution that is non toxic to plants, people […]

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Hydroponic Root Rot

Hydroponic Root Root Preventing & Managing Hydroponic Root Pathogens Hydroponic root rot is an avoidable and treatable crop disease. Note that browning and decaying roots are more of a symptom and not a particular plant disease, identifiable as brown mushy roots. Hydroponic root rot results when a disease causing organism (pythium, fusarium, etc) is introduced […]

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Hydroponic Reservoir Management

Hydroponic Reservoir Management How To Monitor & Manage Hydroponic Reservoirs Good hydroponic reservoir management is key to achieving the full potential of your hydroponic growing system. The reservoir or nutrient cistern in a greenhouse or indoor farming operation acts like a heart, circulating oxygen and nutrient rich solutions to thirsty roots for absorption.  In the […]

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Hot Weather Grow Room Management

Hot Weather Grow Room Management How To Help Hydroponic Crops in the Heat   As a trend, summers are becoming hotter–for longer, necessitating a strong set of hot weather grow room management skills. Sizing and performance allowances for growing equipment such as fans, chillers or air conditioning units may prove to be inadequate.  Rules of […]

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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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