Category - Product Spotlight

Evoponics Elixir Steroids – Add Brassinosteroids to your Grow

Evoponics brings Brassinosteroids to Hydroponics Growers Evoponic Elixir Steroids Brassinosteroids are a group of plant hormones that were first looked into about 40 years ago. About 70 or so Brassinosteroids have been discovered. The most common of these is one called Brassinolide. Brassinosteroids are one of the 6 types of hormones that are produced naturally ...

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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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Canna grow my own? Yes you can!

Canna – One of the original hydroponics nutrients and still growing strong! Hydroponics is not a new thing. In fact, it has been around since the days of the hanging gardens of Babylon. However, it is only fairly recently that there has been an upsurge in people using the principals to grow their plants. In agriculture, ...

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Spectrum King – LED grow lights have finally come of age!

  Spectrum King – The first LED grow-lights that are more than just a viable option! LED Grow Lights The idea of growing plants using grow lights based around LEDs is nothing new. In fact NASA pioneered research into this as far back as the 1980s, and they have been exploring the idea ever since. Driven by the fact ...

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New just in – The Advanced Floriculture Bloom “Yellow Bottle” Nutrient Range!

Great things come in custard yellow bottles… At One Stop Grow Shop we have always prided ourselves on stocking a very wide choice of the best plant nutrients. However, we’re very picky about what we stock and only the very best (tried and proven) brands actually make it onto our shelves. That’s why we are proud ...

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Beetle Larvae Poo for Faster Growing, Healthier Plants – Errrr…What? Really?

Insect Frass: Nature’s Own Plant Growth Booster! When it comes to deciding what to feed your plants, beetle larvae poo probably isn’t one of those things that springs immediately to mind… More commonly called “Insect Frass”, it’s plant boosting properties have been known about for a long time. However, it is only recently that it ...

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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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Advanced Nutrients pH-Perfect – Hydroponics has never been so easy!

In our blog article: pH Control in Hydroponics we investigated the reason why pH control in hydroponics is so important, and also how to do it. The daily ritual of visiting their garden to adjust the pH in their nutrient reservoir is one that all hydroponic growers will be familiar with. Having to handle caustic acids and ...

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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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Shogun Fertilisers – Brand New and Cutting-edge!

New nutrient lines may come and new nutrient lines may go, most of them bringing nothing new to the wonderful art of growing in hydroponics. The arrival of a new one could easily go unnoticed, if it weren’t for the fact that this new collection of feed and boosters is so obviously different. Shogun fertilisers ...

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