Danielle Trofe presents “The Live Screen”, which is a hydroponics system inspired by vertical gardens. The live screens work on hydroponic growing arrangement. It includes electric pumps that send water up the stands based on automated timing system. The grower can customize these timings. Each growing pod has an built in LED light for providing...
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Courtesy:lovetoknow.com Adding peroxide to your hydroponic units got an add-on advantage killing harmful germs or bacteria. Peroxide has a H2O2 chemical formula, the industry mix of hydrogen and oxygen. It looks like common water but with additional oxygen atoms. When hydrogen peroxide solution is added to your plants, additional oxygen is provided...

Organic Homemade Pesticide Solutions

Posted by on December 19, 2011
Alright so we do require anti bugs spray regularly. Most of us hate to use chemicals on our plants fearing how strong and harmful they would be. While you get safe pesticides in the market, here is what you can make by yourself. These are some of the grandma’s recipes which you can now find easily on web   Let’s start with salt water. 2 table...

5 Easy Steps for Mother Plant Care

Posted by on December 12, 2011
Don’t let mother plants reach its bloom phase and then go back to vegetative growth because whenever a mother plant is enforced from vegetative growth to flowering and back again, her genetic character weakens. Mother plants must have at the least eighteen hour days to preserve a sturdy and true set of genetic characteristics. Clones taken from...
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While writing about repotting your indoor plants, I thought of putting down the importance of humidity essential for plant growth. As mentioned in the previous article, one needs to check moisture levels regularly when repotting your plants. High humidity helps a newly repotted plant recover. Courtesy: Vimeo.com First, note for low humidity by...

Repotting your plants: Quick Facts

Posted by on December 1, 2011
  Courtesy: bonsaitrees-cnt.blogspot So when do you repot your plants? I prefer it when I notice the roots of my plants emerging from the soil or the drainage hole. It’s always good to repot your plants when you get them from nursery. Observe if your plant’s growth has slowed down or the roots have coiled up at the bottom of the pot. Repotting...
Metropolitan cities come with space limitations. Gardening is carried out with few options but technology like Windowfarms lets you pursue your hobby. Windowfarms is a beautiful, simple fix—the magic of hydroponics, strapped to any ordinary window. The roots are bathed in nutrients from the sea, preventing food plants from getting root bound (as they...
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This smart little gadget is one of the best inventions in hydroponic industry. It’s sleek and classy to grow your herbs that also indicate the requirements for your plant. According to the designer, Herbi was styled after Plusminuszero, the Japanese company whose pared-down product line perfects minimalist houseware design. “Herbi also draws heavy...
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