Category - Product Spotlight

Setting Up Your First Grow Tent Kit: A Beginner’s Guide

With the cost of consumable produce becoming ever more expensive, “growing your own” can save you a vast amount of money, as well as make you some extra cash. We’ve helped 1000s of growers put together their first setup, and our experts will be on hand to answer any questions you may have along the ...

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What Is Purpinator & How Does It Work?…

Building on the success of the much loved Terpinator, Purpinator gives you the ability to bring out your plants natural genetics to create richer colours, aromas and tastes, but how does it do that?… Purpinator naturally stimulates & activates certain intra-cellular biochemical processes within your plants to facilitate increased production of important flavonoids like anthocyanins, ...

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The Easy and Cheap Way of Adding UV Light for Plants

Harness the Enhancing Power of UVB in your Grow! Ultraviolet light cannot be seen by the naked human eye but we can see the effects that it has. On one hand it can cause accelerated skin aging and even cancer. However, it can also stimulate tanning and vitamin D production. This is because our skin has ...

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Introducing the Amazing SANlight Q6W

Yet again, LED Grow Lights take another leap forward! One of the general facts of life is that technology is always advancing. And this is still true of LED grow lights which continue to improve, thanks to the continuous advances made by LED manufacturers such as Osram, Samsung and Cree. When these advances are diligently ...

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Adjust-A-Wings – Optimise Footprint and Intensity at Every Stage

The Adjust-A-Wings reflectors have been around for many years. The concept of a reflector whose shape could be adapted to match growth stage and/or the grow-space was first thought up by the Australian innovator, Paul Cronk. Nearly all reflectors on the market are used “as is”. In other words, you screw a lamp into it, ...

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The Grow Northern Telos Range Expands – New Models 0006 & 0010 Land at One Stop!

When we tested the Grow Northern Telos 0008 we were mightily impressed! In fact, we were so impressed that we wrote an article about it all to itself. Click here to read it. It boasts a great light output spectrum, great grow-space coverage from its modest 240w power consumption, and the latest batches of LEDs ...

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The AirComfort Sensor – How to Keep Track of Humidity & Temps in your Garden

Most growers find out very quickly that one of the biggest keys to success (or cause of failure) is their growing environment’s conditions. Getting the air temperature and relative humidity right makes a huge difference, If you ignore either or both of these important factors then plant health, growth speed and crop size are highly ...

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Moonshine Foliar Spray & Nutrient Enhancer

Awesome All-Natural Boosters! Lots of products have been arriving on the Hydroponics scene in recent years. Many of them make claims to revolutionise your growing experience but not all of them actually deliver on their promises. Here at One Stop, we take a lot of pride in the fact that we test virtually all products ...

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The Gavita Pro 750e Grow Light – Awesome Efficiency and Flexibility!

How to Increase Your Garden Yields and Efficiency! Not so long ago, Gavita introduced a new wattage HPS grow light onto the market – the Gavita Pro 750e. For many, many years, there was only a small handful of sizes (wattages)  of HPS grow light to choose from. There was the small 250W, the medium 400W, the ...

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Going Proactive with Jeff Winterborne’s Nutrients

Proactive Nutrients – Commercial Expertise in a Bottle! The Whole Proactive Nutrient Suite Brought to us by industry God Jeffrey Winterborne, author of Hydroponics – Indoor Horticulture, Proactive Nutrients have been inspired by similar products used by the commercial greenhouse industry. There are some notable differences between growing your own fruits and vegetables as a ...

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