Category - Product Testing & Reviews

Create the Perfect Growroom Environment with the Dimlux Maxi Controller

With a fully automated Dimlux lighting system, you can let the Maxi Controller take care of regulating up to 160 lighting fixtures (and practically every other piece of equipment in your grow room) all from a central point! The Maxi Controller comes with an array of features that reduce your workload while maintaining an optimal ...

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Introducing The New, Groundbreaking Grow Northern GN Telos 0008 LED Grow Light!

Are you Ready for an LED Heavyweight Grow Light? The Grow Northern Telos 0008 240W LED grow light has landed at One Stop Grow Shop and to say that we are mega impressed is a complete understatement! For years, LED grow lights were the underdogs compared with HPS in terms of yield per watt. Despite ...

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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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Make the most of your Gavita Pro Grow Light with the Wide Angle Reflector

Horizontal Spread vs Vertical Intensity. Which is best? We’ve always been huge fans of Gavita Pro Grow Lights. They brought the horticultural industry’s 400 Volt HPS systems to the hobbyist/domestic market, which gave us all the opportunity to achieve more μmols of PAR per watt than the standard 230 Volt systems that we were used to. ...

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An Interview With Ian Collins of CarboAir

Ian is an industry titan, not content with developing the Rhino filter brand into what it is today, he built on everything he learned and created CarboAir, the pinnacle of carbon filters, offering you unparalleled airflow and maximum filtration. Not only that, Ian is also in charge of UK distribution of Revolution Fans and has ...

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Coco Bricks – Quality, Convenience and Great Value!

Take the strain out of carrying your Coco! Coco is an extremely popular grow medium these days – and it’s hardly surprising! Coco has a great combination of characteristics that combines the best of soil growing with the best of hydroponics. One disadvantage that almost all grow-mediums suffer from is that of their carrying, transportation ...

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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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Mammoth P – The First Ever Microbial Bloom Booster!

Get 16% more yield – with microbes! The popularity of using microbes in growing has been exploding recently as cultivators are increasingly turning to microbial technologies to enhance plant health, quality and yield. More and more, growers have been realising the advantages of inoculating their root zones with beneficial bacteria and fungi in their soil, ...

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Ecothrive Biosys and the secret life of Mycorrhizal Fungi

Gareth from Ecothrive talks to us about how the Mycorrhizal Fungi in Biosys work in your grow medium Most organic growers will have heard of mycorrhizal fungi. They work unseen in the root zone, attaching themselves to the roots in a sort of partnership relationship where the fungi pass water and nutrients to the roots ...

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