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Imagine being alert and calm, but most importantly…with not a thought, worry or care in your mind.

No stream of words running through your consciousness. No images, memories, snippets of songs or television show dialogue. No regrets, recriminations, or arguments in your head. No mental anguish.

Hydroponics growers know that what you feed your plants makes all the difference in how your plants grow, resist stress, and produce. That’s why you only want hydroponics health foods that carry concentrated amounts and the right ratios of essential nutrients and deliver them faster into plants.

You know, most of us might just as well have a cell phone or Wi-Fi device attached to our bodies, the way we count on them so much. That’s why I became very concerned by credible reports saying that Wi-Fi, Wii, cell phones, and hydroponics ballasts generate electromagnetic fields (EMF) in the form of radiofrequency radiation (RF) that damage your health.

Ever found yourself sitting in traffic in a particularly creative state of mind, seeing the fumes emanating out of vehicle tailpipes, and suddenly understanding that you’re literally trapped in a smoggy soup of visible and invisible toxins?

Well guess what…not only are you breathing in potentially harmful chemicals, you’re also eating them, drinking them and absorbing them through your skin.

What could be scarier than driving down the highway and realizing that your gas pedal is stuck and you’re accelerating towards another car? That’s what happened with Toyota automobiles recently, and it has implications for GM, Ford, Japan and the hydroponics industry.

As a hydroponics grower, you are all about planning, evaluating, getting new info, and matching your hydroponics maximum yield goals to the materials, methods and situations you have. The same is true for sex, dating, love and romance.

Voila…it’s the hydroponics of love. How can you make love grow, and how can you avoid sex and dating mistakes. Yes indeed, here’s how it works…

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Many hydroponics growers are busy people who want to mix their nutrients, balance their pH, make sure the parts per million (ppm) is at target level, stir and relax as the pump, reservoir and irrigation equipment do the rest.

If you’re using the same root zone media over and over, the same plant genetics, the same reservoir and irrigation system, the same nutrients, the same pH/ppm meter, and if everything else is working ok, you can tell if your hydroponics nutrients are feeding properly by observing the growth rate, vigor and yields of your hydroponics plants.

If you’re a hydroponics grower with an indoor urban garden using rockwool, aeroponics, NFT, hydroton, sphagnum, Sunshine Mix, Pro-Mix, coco coir and other types of materials or systems, you’re almost certainly using hydroponics nutrients.

In 99% of all indoor hydroponics urban garden situations, you just flat out won’t get good growth or maximum yield unless you add nutrients to your plants’ water.

Where do hydroponics nutrients come from and how are they made? Stop and think about it, and you realize the answers to these questions are important to you as a hydroponics grower seeking maximum yield from your hydroponics urban garden.

Most of us are growing indoors using root zone media such as rockwool, coco coir, hydroton, sphagnum and other materials that don’t inherently contain the nutrients our hydroponics urban garden plants need for maximum yield.

Your hydroponics roots are the foundation of your plants’ ability to intake water and nutrients, so it’s important for you to always have the latest information and best hydroponics nutrients products that take care of your roots so you get maximum yield in your urban garden.

Sometimes getting a new set of data can greatly improve a situation, and this is certainly the case in this letter forwarded to me by Michael Straumietis, the co-founder of Advanced Nutrients.

It’s exciting to see Rosebudders getting maximum yield in their hydroponics urban gardens indoors and outdoors using information you only get in Rosebud.

It’s nice for me because instead of having to write an entire article, I can share with you the very useful information that successful growers are sending me, such as this from a hydroponics gardener in South Florida:

There’s lots of discussion among hydroponics growers just like you and me about what are the best hydroponics nutrients. As you know, hydroponics growers have a lot of money and time invested in every plant and we insist on maximum yield from our hydroponics nutrients.

Organic hydroponics fertilizers and supplements are key to maximum yield, whether you grow outdoors or in an indoor urban garden.

If you’re planning an outdoor garden, it’s good to utilize the Heavy Harvest series of outdoor maximum yield fertilizers that are designed for once a season application. No more daily hikes through the thorns and swamps. Just one hike in spring, summer and fall is the ticket you’ll love.

I get a lot of emails from hydroponics growers concerned about problems in their urban garden, but one I got recently takes the cake: the guy was actually upset that he got too much maximum yield!

Seems the man is a hydroponics indoor gardener who also has what he calls an “edible landscape.”

Finding a perfect place to live and grow is always a challenge, especially if you’re a renter, but when you’re a hydroponics gardener looking to run a grow room wherever you choose to live, you have to be extra careful and choosy.

First of all, with the housing market collapsed, short sales and foreclosures growing like weeds, and home prices low nationwide, you might ask yourself why rent when you can probably buy for the same amount of monthly cost.

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