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  For the organic purist, soil is much more than plain dirt. Soil is the life-sustaining substance that is instrumental in stimulating growth and promoting abundant yields. Many outdoor organic growers have a heightened knowledge of individual organic substances, which allows them to tailor their soils to the specific needs…
  That’s right, Advanced Nutrients is going out to the backyard for outdoor season. The premium nutrient brand has spent the last year getting ready for outdoor season with the goal of bringing you the same ease of use and excellent results that you get indoors from Advanced Nutrients. Here’s…
  There are a slew of problems that a grower of high-value plants may encounter in an indoor garden at any given time. People who think indoor horticulture is easy underestimate the amount of time, effort, and knowledge that goes into a smoothly operating grow room.
  Many indoor horticulturists are surrounded by technological advancements as soon as they step into their grow rooms. A modern grow room is full of high-tech gadgets, with everything from sophisticated atmospheric controllers to the latest advancements in horticultural lighting.
  In every issue of Rosebud Magazine, we check out some awesome new grow gear and share our finds with you. If you’re growing indoors, outdoors, in soil, or hydroponically, these pieces of gardening equipment can help you get the job done right.
  Indoor gardening is more work than most non-growers think. The truth is that indoor horticulture is demanding of your time, stressful, and may require tough decisions that will have a dramatic impact on the final yield and quality.
  Here are a few simple and practical steps you can take in creating an organic-chemical culture for better cropping:
  The idea of organic growing is an exciting one. Think about it: Billions of years of evolution have created a complex symbiotic relationship between plants and their microbes as well as between nitrogen-fixing bacteria, bacteria that colonize root masses and the antibiotic-producing bacteria that fend off an array of…
  HID light manufactures, most indoor gardening distributors, and the majority of hydroponic retailers may not want to admit it, but horticultural lighting is taking a new direction. A few manufacturers are already embracing this new direction and producing some outstanding, innovative products.
  It’s seed starting time again! While researching which plants to grow, don’t forget to find out about the seeds themselves. Seed coat, cotyledon, endosperm and embryo — that’s what little seeds are made of.

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