Growing Cannabis

Seed starting help needed!

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Dutch bucket tomatoes going richter!! Zone 10b in a greenhouse.

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Diy Flood Tray help?

I picked up some thick hdpe plastic trays that have 6.5″ sides that I think I can turn into flood trays/grow beds. The only thing is the bottom of the trays have an uneven surface with these raised ridges that will make it hard to get the plumping in with a tight seal. Is there a way I could fashion a recess in the trays like a real flood tray? Like this or a way to just flatten the bottom where the fittings will go without compromising the tray strength? ShareThis post was originally published on this site

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5 Plants That Can Be Toxic To Pets

We all love our pets. They are members of our family, and we want to keep them safe and healthy. However, we can’t watch them every second of the day, and anyone with a pet knows that they sometimes get into things they shouldn’t. If that “thing” is the toilet, it might be a little gross, but it won’t necessarily hurt them. However, if those “things” are individual plants, then that can be very dangerous. So, let’s all keep Max, Rover, Mittens, and Mr. FuzzyBoots safe and make sure these toxic plants are out of their reach. Lilies Lilies are […]

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Growing Cool-Season Hydroponic Crops in Tropical Conditions

Growing cool-season leafy crops under tropical conditions is a challenge faced by many commercial producers as well as smaller-scale growers. Heat and humidity can wreak havoc on sensitive plants, not only from increased pathogen pressure, but with physiological responses ranging from bolting to wilting and overall low productivity. Tropical climates that limit outdoor production of high-quality fancy salad greens, however, can have lucrative local markets for hydroponic produce as well as a growing interest in home food production. The path to success with cool-season crops under tropical conditions involves some understanding of plant physiology and a degree of environmental manipulation […]

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Time Lapse Compact Dutch Bucket Grow + Grow Light Giveaway!

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Using this for hydroponics: need feedback & advice. Thanks in advance

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Basil in the Aerogarden Harvest

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