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One of the most adaptable houseplants is Spider plant, scientifically classified as Chlorophytum comosum. Here are the plant species, plus care, repotting, and propagation tips.
Humans have been using and growing Aloe Vera for thousands of years for decoration and medicinal purposes. Find out how to care this houseplant.
Peace Lily is full of cheerful flags that can give your home a new look. In fact, with the right conditions, you can nurture it for several years. You'll learn exactly how to grow it now.
Whether you’re a beginner or expert gardener, Jade plant is one of the most common choices of plant lovers. You'll love this detailed growing & caring guide
While the name can be concerning, bone meal is a mineral supplement that is widely used in the agricultural sector as a nutritional additive for animals and as an organic fertilizer for plants.

When it comes to plants' nutrients, besides Nitrogen (N) Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K), two of the major nutrients

TDS EC PPM Explained

TDS, EC, and PPM Explained

by Maxon Mon, 01/07/2019 - 08:05
As a grower, you have to find the Goldilocks zone of nutrient strength to help your plants grow properly. You'll get to know that growers use TDS, EC, and PPM to measure this. Let's explain what they are, and how they affect your nutrient quality.
When doing hydroponics or gardening in general, you have to think about all the different inputs that your plants need to thrive. Of these, water might seem like the simplest to secure, since it is available right in our homes.
It comes as no surprise that tomatoes are among the most popular crops for both commercial and enthusiast hydroponic grow operations. Let's explore how to grow hydroponic tomatoes.
Buying pre-grown seedlings/saplings is a good option for Hydroponic beginners. But in the long run, learning to start with your own batch of seeds is the best option. We'll know why.
If you get into gardening, or more specifically, indoor hydroponics, you start to appreciate how valuable light truly is. Let's get into details how it affects the growth of plants.
If you want to boost the productivity of your crops, chemistry is your best friend. And one common household chemical that can make a world of difference in your hydroponic system is hydrogen peroxide.
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