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Add Back Kit – Now Available!

New Product Alert: the CCH2O Add Back Kit is Now Available! The Add Back Kit (ABK) provides a simple approach to adding concentrated fertilizers or pH adjustors directly into your Under Current® system. The Add Back Kit utilizes a patented Mazzei injector to pull concentrates directly into the system’s solution. The Add Back Kit uses […]

Growers Blog: Required Accessories

Running an advanced hydroponic system such as the Under Current requires additional accessories to maximize the potential a garden can offer. Ensuring your garden has the ideal conditions it needs to produce can be made easier with these required accessories. In our latest Growers Blog, you will find out how best to utilize these accessories […]

Growers Blog: Vegetative Growth

Over the last 10 years we’ve honed the methods and techniques growers can utilize when vegging for the Under Current systems. It is vital to get your plants off to a great start and this begins day one and continues through the vegetative process. Below you will find information on propagation techniques, choosing the correct […]

Growers Blog: Top 5

With so many growing methods out there, it can be a daunting task as a grower in choosing the right application for your garden. Each method has its loyal practitioners and piece of the gardening world. These methods include drip systems, ebb n’ flow, recirculating, flood and drain and water culture just to name a […]

Growers Blog: Water Levels

Maintaining proper water levels in RDWC or your Under Current system is an essential part of successful plant production. Though often over looked, improper or sudden changes to water levels can cause undue stress which could negatively affect yield and quality. We’ve designed our Under Current RDWC system to allow the grower total control of all […]

Surna Cool Coil Layout for Multiple Under Current Systems

Cooling Multiple Under Current RDWC Nutrient Solutions with Surna’s CoolCoil

When growing hydroponically, maintaining proper nutrient temperature is essential to plant health. If the nutrient solution temperature rises above 72°F, harmful bacteria will start to grow, thus risking the health of your crop. Because most grow environments are kept above this temperature for plant growth, it is important to cool nutrient systems separately.   When […]

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