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Ever wondered what all those numbers and chemical names mean on hydroponics nutrients labels? Or why hydroponics nutrients labels tell you almost nothing about what the hydroponics nutrients actually do for your hydroponics plants and yields? If you have wondered, you’re one of many. So let’s explore hydroponics nutrients label mysteries so you can get more from your nutrients…

Winter is chilling your bones, and you’re ready for sun and fun. Maybe you’re looking for a spring break fling without the boozed-up frat boys. Here’s the good news: you can go to a world-class Caribbean resort that offers hydroponics growers a vacation paradise.

A lot of hydroponics growers who formerly relied only on cloning are coming to the realization that growing from seeds is necessary and rewarding. They may retain hydroponics cloning as their primary method for getting new plants into rotation… but they integrate seed-grown plants into their rotation at least once a year. They also engage in breeding programs to combine male pollen with favorite females (either motherplants or seed-grown new females) to create specialty hydroponics strains.

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In our previous discussion about winter hydroponics gardening we talked about your cold weather indoor gardening strategies…when interior garden heat is in some places a blessing rather than an expensive curse.

Back in the old days, before hydroponics indoor growers and outdoor growers started interfering in the sex lives of their plants, high value plants were male or female, just like humans, and the male and female plants had plant sex and produced babies, otherwise known as “seeds.”

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Unless you’re able to buy rooted clones from a medical dispensary or other reliable source, hydroponics motherplants are essential if cloning is the way you get new plants into your hydroponics garden. Here are the important things you need to know so you choose and maintain the best motherplants:

A hydroponics grower recently told me that a dozen heavily-armed male police officers kicked down her door, threw her on the floor, trashed her house and hydroponics garden, strip-searched her, found no contraband or any illegal activity, and then busted her for “resisting arrest” because she demanded to see the search warrant and told them to stop trashing her house.

One of the most persistent types of questions I get from hydroponics growers is about all the different types of systems that are called hydroponics. The question makes sense because the term “hydroponics growing” is used to describe aeroponics, drip irrigation, aquaponics, nutrient film technique, ebb and flow and other types of growing systems...but these systems are not similar in how you run them, in their set-up, and even in their operating costs. And yet these systems are called “hydroponics” because they’re most often indoors with the plants usually fed with “synthetic” hydroponics nutrients and because they’re not growing plants in soil. The significant differences between these systems make it important for you to understand them so you know what your options are.

We all want to grow the biggest, most valuable flowers, and that means you’ve probably used bloom boosters. Problem is, there are dozens of hydroponics bloom booster products and their manufacturers all claim that their products will tip the scales to give you the heavies you want. How can you be sure which hydroponics bloom boosters are the right ones for you?

Hydroponics gardening often involves high-tech equipment and generates substantial profits for you. Times are hard, and people may try to take your hydroponics plants, equipment, freedom or money. That’s why I’m writing this series of hydroponics gardening security articles. Some techniques for protecting your hydroponics investment include:

Winter is here and it’s a time when hydroponics growers should evaluate their indoor gardening procedures and equipment settings to match the realities presented by colder outdoor weather.

When you feast your eyes on big, bushy, mega-flower hydroponics plants, you might wonder if they naturally grow that way, or if a hydroponics gardening technique helped shape them. Here’s the answer: except in the rare cases when the strain’s genetics naturally tend towards bushiness, hydroponics plants go bushy because you prune them.

Growers often ask about basic general hydroponics equipment and indoor gardening tactics that are guaranteed to create healthier, faster-growing plants that give you more flower per watt and put smiles on your face every harvest.

Little thieves can creep into your hydroponics garden to steal the harvests you so desire. Among the most evil of these pesky criminals are fungus gnats: grayish-black flying pests that can live mostly in the hydroponics root zone, and especially in the top few inches of your root zone, even if you’re growing in rockwool or other sterile media.

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