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  • The Mobility of Vital Plant Nutrients: Explained

    Any grower, despite the best of preparations, will undoubtedly encounter nutrient imbalances during their crop cycles. Nature is unpredictable and there are a myriad of factors that can influence how your crops will perform throughout a growing season. This is not exclusive to soil or outdoor growing; Hydroponic growing is not exactly more reliable, rather having its own set of risk factors. When you take control of the environmental factors - light, humidity, nutrients - you had better be sure to have a contingency plan in place for when things go off the rails. 


  • Hydroponic Growing

    Hydroponic gardening is environmentally friendly as it is a closed system and requires less water than traditional soil-based grows. Hydroponic growing also has the benefit of reducing waste and pollution from soil run-off.
  • Why Brix Is Important?

    Brix readings provide an accurate summary of soil management practices. Brix readings will be higher when soil is amended properly for optimum plant growth.
  • Benefits of Humic and Fulvic Acids

    When humic and fulvic acids are used in any form of cultivation the plants will require less water and become more efficient at utilizing available nutrients in the soil or growing medium.
  • Why Ionic Charge Matters to Your Grow

    All soil holds a negative ionic charge, while nutrients are generally positively charged. This negative ionic charge allows nutrients to bind more efficiently to plant roots, increasing vegetative growth, yield and overall immunity of the plant.