Category - Growing Tips for Experts

Reverse Osmosis – Cleaner Water for your Plants and Microherd

Reverse Osmosis – How to Effectively Remove Excess Hardness, Chlorine and Chloramine From Your Water In the UK, and in many other countries around the world, we are fortunate enough to have relatively clean water that is safe to drink readily on tap. However, the water in our taps usually comes with a couple of ...

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Vapour Pressure Deficit (VPD) Video Transcript

For those who were struggling to take in all of the information, here’s a copy of the script from our recent YouTube video on vapour pressure deficit! Hello to all of you growers out there! Welcome to the second part in our series on VPD or ‘Vapour Pressure Deficit’. One thing that experienced growers know only ...

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Opticlimate – A grower’s dream come true

Opticlimate – Solves grower’s heat problems once and for all! The combination of hot HPS lamps and the summertime creates one of the biggest problems for an indoor gardener – heat! Sometimes an extraction system is still not enough to keep temperatures down to a reasonable level. Also when the temperature goes up, there will usually be ...

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Vapour Pressure Deficit – Understanding how Temperature and Humidity affect plant growth

During the course of learning to grow, almost every gardener will discover that temperature and humidity can have quite an effect on their plants. In this article, we will be taking a good look at this very interesting and important topic. A good understanding of how temperature and humidity affect plant growth can give a ...

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Triacontanol – A huge move forward for plant growth

What is Triacontanol? Almost all nutrient manufacturers include a booster or stimulator of one sort or another among their bottle line-up. They often contain humic acid, fulvic acid, sugars (carbohydrates), amino acids (peptides) and sometimes ingredients of vegetation origin such as extract of sea kelp (ascophylum nodosum). They all work to some degree, and are ...

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CO2 Supplementation Equipment and how to use it

In our last article to do with CO2 supplementation, we concluded that it definitely made a significant difference to plant growth. In this post, we go into the nitty-gritty of what equipment is involved and how to use it in a grow-space. There are various different ways to increase the CO2 levels of a grow environment, ...

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CO2 supplementation. Is it worth it?

So, you’ve got your grow system sorted, you’ve done two or three successful grows and you’ve learned how to nurture a plant from a baby all the way through to being a huge flower or fruit laden beauty. Now you are looking for that next step which will take your harvests to a new level. Your standard ...

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