Is Adding Fertigation To Your Growing Mix Right For You?


 

Is adding Fertigation to your growing mix right for you?

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Growing Up Instead Of Out

 

Growing Up Instead of Out — Expanding Your Grow Operation Vertically

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Climate Heat Mapping For Indoor Growing Environments

How Detailed Monitoring And Analytics Using Pinpoint Climate Heat Mapping Can Boost Productivity by Increasing Yields, Reducing Losses and Cutting Down Input Costs. 

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Better Data for Better Results: How Analytics Drive Higher Crop Output

 

Better Data for Better Results: How Analytics Drive Higher Crop Output 

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Topping And Fimming: High-Stress Training For Maximum Yield

 

 

Topping and Fimming: Using High-Stress Training to Maximize Crop Quality and Yield 

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Keeping the Bugs at Bay

 

Keeping the Bugs at Bay – Preventing Pests in Controlled Environments adfadfadfadfasdf

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How Much Water Is Enough?

Promoting Healthy Plant Growth While Minimizing Waste

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5 Cost Benefits of Greenhouse Controllers

By 2020, the United States greenhouse industry is expected to grow to $4 billion thanks to the demand for more indoor production. The demand is driven by limited labor, land, and water, as well as the need to produce more for less, which means operating costs are on the top of growers’ minds.

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How to Prevent Cannabis Root Rot

 

What goes on above the soil line often is a reflection of what’s happening underground. If you observe wilting, drooping leaves on a cannabis plant, look to the roots: You may be witnessing the beginnings of “root rot.”

Root rot can be caused by a range of factors, including various types of bacteria, fungi, algae, and parasitic oomycetes. These organisms may act on the plant in different ways, but the outcome is usually the same: slimy or mushy roots that twist together, impeding healthy plant development.

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Are Your Crops Getting Too Much Light?

 

Too much light can harm cannabis plants, and a thoughtful grower needs to be strategic about the placement and strength of light sources in a greenhouse environment. 

Let’s take a look at over-lighting and consider available remedies.

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