CO2 and You: The Benefits of Adding Carbon Dioxide To Your Grow

Why use Co2 in my grow?

There are two main benefits to using Co2 in your indoor garden that I found: greater yield and faster growing. To explain further, plants have a certain amount of moisture and energy in their leaves at all times, and Co2 aids in bringing out that energy to help your plants thrive. By unlocking that stored energy, most growers agree that you will get about 20-30% more yield with an increased growing speed of at least 15%.

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Environmental Controllers: Helping Your Grow Reach Perfection

You could plant your garden outside, but we can’t always trust nature to give our plants what they need. That’s why we bring them inside to control their environment to guarantee quality yields. Even still, keeping complete control over your growing area can be tricky unless you’re in or near your grow room 24/7- and … Read more

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How to Choose the Right Size Grow Tent

If you’re like me, you’re an indoor gardener, not a carpenter, so it doesn’t make sense to go drilling holes in to your walls and ceiling for light hangers and exhaust vents. So if you’re dying to grow (just like I was) a grow tent would be the best option for you: no drilling, no … Read more

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How to Choose the Best Grow Pots For Your Plants

Growers often ask us about the size of the pots they’re using to grow their plants, and whether or not they’re using the right size. Some growers can’t seem to get their plants to grow bigger than they want, while others can’t keep them from growing out of control. You can easily over- or under-water … Read more

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Root Rot: Prevention, Detection, and Elimination

If you’ve done a few grows then you know how important it is to dial in your nutrient cycles, make sure there’s fresh air in your grow, and how to keep pests down to a minimum. It’s strange, then, that all of a sudden your grow starts to wilt, show signs of burning, or completely … Read more

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5 Reasons Your Seeds Just Aren’t Sprouting the Right Way

So you’ve got all your seeds, grow lights, and starter trays to start some new plants. You plant them, water them, put them under light and… nothing. It’s all too common for beginners and pro’s alike to lose seeds while trying to pop them. If you’re sure you’ve done everything possible to get your seeds … Read more

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Everything You Need To Know to Propagate Seeds and Clones

Propagation means to reproduce an organism through natural or unnatural processes. When it comes to plants, this is considered the 3rd happiest moment for any indoor grower. The 1st happiest moment is harvesting your hard earned fruits or flowers and the 2nd happiest moment is knowing that your plant is a female. Propagating your plant … Read more

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How to Get Rid of Aphids Indoor Without Harming Your Indoor Grow

There are interesting facts about aphids most people are not aware of. Aphids are the most successful garden killers when untreated. Aphids, also known as green flies or plant lice, comes in all shapes and sizes. Of the four thousand species of aphids known, 250 of those aphid varieties love finding ways to ruin your garden. Infestation can start out slow but aphids can produce quickly and destroy your grow room. Not only do they suck the life out of your plants, but aphids also poop sugar.

I know pooping sugar might not sound threatening but stay with me– these sugary nuggets attract unwanted ants in your loving garden. Sugar-loving ants will literally farm the aphids like livestock and milk them like cows. That’s a combo that you don’t want to see in your garden. Before you read on, don’t miss the details on aphid prevention, identification, and eradication in our latest video:

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How to Choose the Right Indoor Grow Package

Not every all-in-one indoor growing package are the same. Most grow packages either have too many unnecessary equipment or not enough important equipment to get you going right away.

I’ve been consulting customer’s for over 5 years on successful indoor gardening setups as well as being an avid gardener myself. I’ve seen all types of budgets and grow sizes and no matter what your need is, there is a universal basic setup that every grow operation requires. What is it?

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