Achieving Maximum Yields With the Sea of Green Growing Method

Achieving Maximum Yields With the Sea of Green Growing Method

What To Do About Powdery Mildew  The key to beating a powdery mildew outbreak in your growroom is staying two steps ahead of the problem.

What To Do About Powdery Mildew The key to beating a powdery mildew outbreak in your growroom is staying two steps ahead of the problem.

What does Root Stock mean?   Rootstock is the term applied to the host plant in a graft. When plants are grafted, a stem is cut from a donor plant, chosen for the fruit it will bear, the flowers it will host, or other reasons. That stem is then grafted onto a host plant, which is called stock, or rootstock.

What does Root Stock mean? Rootstock is the term applied to the host plant in a graft. When plants are grafted, a stem is cut from a donor plant, chosen for the fruit it will bear, the flowers it will host, or other reasons. That stem is then grafted onto a host plant, which is called stock, or rootstock.

Hand-watering and drip systems both have their merits, but combining these techniques gives growers the best of both worlds. Here's how to do it!

Hand-watering and drip systems both have their merits, but combining these techniques gives growers the best of both worlds.

The May 2017 issue of Maximum Yield is now available! In this issue we highlight some of the best smartphone apps available for hydroponic and traditional gardeners, as well as some tips for interpreting your latest plant analysis reports. We also feature articles on LED footprints and light planning, vertical farms, and EC versus PPM. You’ll also learn about abiotic diseases, indoor composting, desalination techniques for home growers, and how to set up your first grow tent. Find the latest…

The May 2017 issue of Maximum Yield is now available! In this issue we highlight some of the best smartphone apps available for hydroponic and traditional gardeners, as well as some tips for interpreting your latest plant analysis reports.

A gentle breeze can be invigorating to humans. It can serve a similar purpose for your plants, too, by building strength and activating hormones that could result in better yields while reducing the risk of mold. In this post, we explain the benefits of introducing wind to your indoor crops.

Does wind actually produce any chemical effect within the plant?

Did you know that using a jug to collect and measure the volume of nutrient solution coming from each dripper in your hydro system is an important process to ensure all plants receive the same amount of irrigation? Or that growth differences between plants in the same system are often found to be attributed to uneven irrigation volumes in drip-fed systems? No? Here’s Dr. Lynette Morgan to fill us in on these and other crucial indoor irrigation tips and tricks…

For many growers, both new and experienced, irrigation control and scheduling in substrate-based systems is often one of the most confusing aspects of.

Harvesting the Rain: Maximum Yield November 2017

Harvesting the Rain: Maximum Yield November 2017

In the September issue of Maximum Yield, in addition to our cover story on how to use hydrogels in a hydroponic garden, longtime contributor Grubbycup explains that it’s okay to have an imperfect garden. We also feature tips on sealing a growroom, planning the best layout for your grow lights, and how to avoid nutrient burn. We also hope you’ll find our features on aquaculture, solar-powered greenhouses, growing hydroponic spinach, and powdered nutrients helpful.

In the September issue of Maximum Yield, in addition to our cover story on how to use hydrogels in a hydroponic garden, longtime contributor Grubbycup explains that it’s okay to have an imperfect garden. We also feature tips on sealing a growroom, plannin

The two most common horticultural techniques for directing your plants’ growth are pinching and pruning. These trimming techniques include the removal of straggly limbs and vines, the deadheading of spent flowers and leaves, and even more aggressive interventions like the removal of entire branches.

The two most common horticultural techniques for trimming and directing your plants’ growth are pinching and pruning.

June is here, and so is a new issue of Maximum Yield! In this issue we feature Desert Greens H2O and Sundrop Farms – two companies that are trailblazing innovative ways to grow food. We also include features on how to grow fruit trees hydroponically, monitoring your leaf surface temperature, mixing your own nutrients, avoiding algae in the grow room, and the benefits of water chillers. Rounding out the issue are recipes for making homemade pesticides, instructions for pricing out an indoor…

June is here, and so is a new issue of Maximum Yield! In this issue we feature Desert Greens H2O and Sundrop Farms – two companies that are trailblazing innovative ways to grow food. We also include features on how to grow fruit trees hydroponically, monitoring your leaf surface temperature, mixing your own nutrients, avoiding algae in the grow room, and the benefits of water chillers. Rounding out the issue are recipes for making homemade pesticides, instructions for pricing out an indoor…

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