Perhaps you have a lot of experience growing plants in a soil-based medium and you are looking for alternative ways to grow for medical use, or other plants for your personal enjoyment. Welcome to hydroponics! Hydroponics uses an age old technique of growing plants in nutrients rich water rather than soil. All the nutrients that are required by plants for their growth are supplied in the water. These nutrients vary with the different kinds of plants and a good mix of all the essential minerals and nutrients will ensure strong plant and roots.
Setting up your hydroponics indoor gardening center in your Macomb County, MI home or commercial building is pretty straightforward. It also definitely helps to have a system in place to ensure your plants are fed correctly. A general guideline is to follow a general hydroponics chart for feeding schedule. This chart includes changes in the nutrients from start till end. Using appropriate nutrient solution is one part of growing and maintaining healthy plants. But it is equally important to take care of other environmental factors such as temperature, light, carbon dioxide and humidity.
We hope our plant feeding charts are helpful to you so you can realize exceptional growth for plants, food crops, flowers and all other plantings. Below you will find the official feeding schedules as provided by each nutrient manufacturer for hydroponics, soil, and other various media.
Age Old Nutrients
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- Flora Series Simple (Recirculating & DTW)
- Flora Series Expert (Recirculating & DTW)
- FloraDuo Simple (Recirculating & DTW)
- FloraDuo Expert (Recirculating & DTW)
- FloraNova Simple (Recirculating & DTW)
- FloraNova Expert (Recirculating & DTW)
- Maxi Series (Recirculating & DTW)
- SubCulture (Hydroponic, Soil & Root Drench)
- General Organics (Soil & Soilless)
- CocoTek DTW (Simple & Expert)
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