When growing your own hydroponic garden, lighting is an absolute necessity. If you’re new to hydroponic gardens, hydroponic systems grow gardens without soil. Plants are grown in a nutrient-rich solution of water that conserves water, soil, and space. This means that gardens can grow indoors, in controlled environments, and year-round. Grow light is necessary for hydroponics to work optimally.
Starting a grow environment can seem like an arduous task, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some insights from your hydroponics and all-things-growing experts at Monster Gardens.
For the grower at home, you’re watching this video, how does the 600 watt LED that we’re gonna test, compare to a 1000 watt? Well, the Manufacturer would like to say that information, but we’ll just say it: let’s compare it to something that’s more accurate. Comparing an apple to an orange is not an easy situation, cause they’re quite dynamically different.
How to mix a reservoir. There’s going to be two parts to this video. So, Part one: A Synthetic regimen. Part two: An organic regimen.
Knowing your enemy is the first step to defeating your enemy so we’ve provided all you need to know about specific pests in our series within a series, “Knowing Your Enemy”, inside and out. Our second creature is the spider mite.
Knowing your enemy is the first step to defeating your enemy so we’ve provided all you need to know about specific pests in our series within a series, “Knowing Your Enemy”, inside and out. Our very first creature to explore is the dreaded fungus gnat.
So, what is dry fog? In order to understand what dry fog is, you have to understand what a micron is. Now, a micron is extremely small. If you took a millimeter, and you cut it into a thousand parts, one of those parts would be one micron...
Light provides the energy for photosynthetic pigments to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) and water into sugars and oxygen. Enriching the air with CO2 enables plants to more effectively utilize light, resulting in an increase in the light saturation point....
Pressurized CO2 is naturally very cold and can cause the solenoid to freeze if the flow rate is over 10 CFH (Cubic Feet per Hour)...
Having a higher RH in your veg room is crucial for vigorous lush growth, many growers over look this fact once their cuttings are rooted but keeping the humidity somewhere between 60-70% will greatly benefit your plants which is why in many climates you will need a humidifier for veg and a dehumidifier in flower.