December 2014

  1. Grow Tents for Convenient Indoor Gardening

    Grow Tents for Convenient Indoor Gardening
    Take advantage of a dedicated grow tent when planning an indoor growing site. When growing a crop indoors, considerations include location and the ambient conditions of the room. Most homes are subject to wide fluctuations in light, heat, and humidity over the course of the day and night. The better you control the lighting, heat and humidity, the more successful...
  2. The Best Grow Lights – Fluorescent vs. LED

    The Best Grow Lights – Fluorescent vs. LED
    Compare the features yourself to pick the right light for your grow operation. Engineering and Design Fluorescent lamps work by passing electricity through a gas-filled tube that contains mercury. When the mercury atoms are excited by electrical current, they give off ultraviolet light, which is invisible to the human eye. The UV light reacts with phosphors coating the inside of...
  3. The Benefits of LED Grow Lights

    The Benefits of LED Grow Lights
    If you have a new grow operation or have expanded an existing one, it's time to review your investment with a critical eye. If you're serious about getting the best yields and highest quality product for your money, walk away from the cheap but expensive-to-operate technologies of the past and invest in grower-proven LED grow lights and accessories. Overall, LED...
  4. Passionflower

    Passionflower
    Passiflora x alato-caerulea This hybrid passionflower demonstrates the beautiful flower complexity common to the Passiflora genus, with a pleasant perfume as well. Scientific classification: Kingdom: Plantae Division: Angiosperms Class: Eudicots Order: Malpighiales Family: Passifloraceae Genus: Passiflora Cross: x alato-caerulea Natural habitat and growing conditions: Passiflora has a pantropical distribution, native to all continents except Africa and Antarctica. Most species (and...
  5. How Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights Work

    How Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights Work
    Plants evolved in the outdoors thriving on nutrients, water, and sunlight. When we bring plants indoors, it becomes our responsibility to see that the plants get the same support indoors as is provided by nature outdoors. The biggest challenge—and the most misunderstood—is giving them the amount and quality of light they need. Natural sunlight has wavelengths that range from gamma...

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