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  • hydroponics | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    also used to hold moisture around the roots The medium is usually inert Posted in Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Tagged GHE Systems Hydroponic Systems hydroponics Indoor Gardening Indoor Hydroponics Nutriculture 4 Comments Soil Gardening Published November 13 2010 By admin The basic concept of Gardening Soil Th earliest man discovered seeds droped in soil and given the right conditions will grow It is that simple really We can make it as complicated as we want by adding nutrients to the soil either via the water while watering or directly to the soil while mixing the soil or during the growing period Soil will contain a certan amount of basic food nutrients and then we can improve on that by adding The choice again the same as with Hydroponics or Aeroponics is between Chemical based foods or Organic foods Outdoor growing and Indoor growing both have their own problems and their own unique conditions that have to be met to obtain a good plant We will over the next while try and discuss the various aspects of growing indoors and outdoors The equipment that makes your life easy and the equipment that is just plain necessary to acheive the right results Posted in Growing Mediums Indoor Gardening Soil Gardening Tagged gardening hydro hydroponics Indoor Gardening nutrients ph soil 1 Comment Hello world Published November 13 2010 By admin Well Hello Hello the world of Hydroponics is a world once into it is hard to leave Hydroponic techniques have been around for 1000 s of years the hanging gardens of Babyalon was simple true Hydroponics So what we are doing now is just using modern ideas mixed with old established ideas such as using plastic over ceramic lighter weight more flexible but still the basic same idea today we have

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  • Hydroponics and the environment | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    age we are all much more aware of the importance of protecting our environment What many do not know is that growing hydroponically is far better for the environment than traditional growing methods You have the choice of recycling the water you drain instead of leaching fertilizer into the ground Starting with a pathogen free product you have less disease problems and thus use far less pesticides 90 less Fertilizer is used only in half strength and overall a commercial grower uses only 25 of the amount of fertilizer normally required for the same crop grown in soil Posted in Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Tagged hydroponics Hydroponics Ireland Indoor Gardening Indoor Growing Indoor Hydroponics Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment Additives 6 Aeroponics 18 Aquaponics 2 Boosters 1 Co2 2 Fans 5 Flowers Plants Herbs 28 GMOs 5 Grow Light Kits 1 Grow Room Accessories 4 Grow Schedules 8 Grow Systems 3 Growing Mediums 6 Hemp 3 Hydroponics 33 Indoor Gardening 55 LED Lights 2 Lighting 10 Monsanto 3 Nutrients 16 Odour Control 1 Orders 1 Organic 6 Pest Control 2 pH Control 4 Plagron 2 Pots 5 Propagation 4

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  • Hydroponics Ireland | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    In this day and age we are all much more aware of the importance of protecting our environment What many do not know is that growing hydroponically is far better for the environment than traditional growing methods You have the choice of recycling the water you drain instead of leaching fertilizer into the ground Starting with a pathogen free product you have less disease problems and thus use far less pesticides 90 less Fertilizer is used only in half strength and overall a commercial grower uses only 25 of the amount of fertilizer normally required for the same crop grown in soil Posted in Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Tagged hydroponics Hydroponics Ireland Indoor Gardening Indoor Growing Indoor Hydroponics Leave a comment Additives 6 Aeroponics 18 Aquaponics 2 Boosters 1 Co2 2 Fans 5 Flowers Plants Herbs 28 GMOs 5 Grow Light Kits 1 Grow Room Accessories 4 Grow Schedules 8 Grow Systems 3 Growing Mediums 6 Hemp 3 Hydroponics 33 Indoor Gardening 55 LED Lights 2 Lighting 10 Monsanto 3 Nutrients 16 Odour Control 1 Orders 1 Organic 6 Pest Control 2 pH Control 4 Plagron 2 Pots 5 Propagation 4 Rooting Mediums 3 Soil Gardening 27 Specials

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  • Indoor Hydroponics | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    a pathogen free product you have less disease problems and thus use far less pesticides 90 less Fertilizer is used only in half strength and overall a commercial grower uses only 25 of the amount of fertilizer normally required for the same crop grown in soil Posted in Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Tagged hydroponics Hydroponics Ireland Indoor Gardening Indoor Growing Indoor Hydroponics Leave a comment Hydroponics Published November 15 2010 By admin Hydroponics is the growing of plants without soil The word hydroponics comes from two Greek words hydro meaning water and ponos meaning labor or work It has developed from the findings of experiments carried out to determine what substances make plants grow and the combination of plants Usually when growing plants this way you enact a medium which merely acts as support for the plants and their root systems It is also used to hold moisture around the roots The medium is usually inert Posted in Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Tagged GHE Systems Hydroponic Systems hydroponics Indoor Gardening Indoor Hydroponics Nutriculture 4 Comments Additives 6 Aeroponics 18 Aquaponics 2 Boosters 1 Co2 2 Fans 5 Flowers Plants Herbs 28 GMOs 5 Grow Light Kits

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  • GHE Flora Kleen | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    accumulate as a result of regular fertilizer application FloraKleen is also an excellent final flush Use FloraKleen as a final flush a few days before harvest to promote maturation and sugaring Use the last 1 or 2 days before harvest alone or in conjunction with Ripen Its high concentration and low price make FloraKleen the economical choice to protect g your plants in both hydroponics and soil based environment DIRECTIONS FOR USE In Hydroponic systems Between nutrient solution changes Mix 1 5 to 3 mL per liter of water Use milder solution for young or fragile plants stronger solution for older and stronger plants close to harvest Circulate 24 hours with FloraKleen alone before adding nutrients Final flush before harvest 1 Alone Drain old nutrient solution and discard Refill hydroponic reservoir with fresh water and mix 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water Run this solution during last day or two before harvest 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop In potting soil soilless mixes 1 Alone Fill a watering can with fresh water and add 1 5 to 3 mL L ForaKleen Drench until there is runoff from the bottom of the pot Resume your regular fertilizer schedule with the next watering 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop NB FloraKleen and Ripen are not antagonistic but work together in perfect synergy http www growshop ie product info php cPath 2 3 4 products id 1600 Posted in Aeroponics Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Nutrients Soil Gardening Tagged Final Flush Flora Kleen GHE hydroponics Indoor Gardening Indoor Growing Salt Deposit

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  • Final Flush | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    excess salts that can accumulate as a result of regular fertilizer application FloraKleen is also an excellent final flush Use FloraKleen as a final flush a few days before harvest to promote maturation and sugaring Use the last 1 or 2 days before harvest alone or in conjunction with Ripen Its high concentration and low price make FloraKleen the economical choice to protect g your plants in both hydroponics and soil based environment DIRECTIONS FOR USE In Hydroponic systems Between nutrient solution changes Mix 1 5 to 3 mL per liter of water Use milder solution for young or fragile plants stronger solution for older and stronger plants close to harvest Circulate 24 hours with FloraKleen alone before adding nutrients Final flush before harvest 1 Alone Drain old nutrient solution and discard Refill hydroponic reservoir with fresh water and mix 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water Run this solution during last day or two before harvest 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop In potting soil soilless mixes 1 Alone Fill a watering can with fresh water and add 1 5 to 3 mL L ForaKleen Drench until there is runoff from the bottom of the pot Resume your regular fertilizer schedule with the next watering 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop NB FloraKleen and Ripen are not antagonistic but work together in perfect synergy http www growshop ie product info php cPath 2 3 4 products id 1600 Posted in Aeroponics Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Nutrients Soil Gardening Tagged Final Flush Flora Kleen GHE hydroponics Indoor Gardening

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  • GHE | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    can also be used between crops to clean the systems from accumulated salts Unlike other products on the market it is not enzyme based and uses a completely different technology FloraKleen can be used at any time throughout the plant life During cultivation FloraKleen Dissolves accumulated mineral salts Reduces plant stress from excess and imbalanced nutrients Breaks nutrient bonds that attach fertilizer salts to growing media also correcting nutrient lock out Nourishes the microbial life in the substrate Use FloraKleen monthly to purge your hydroponic system or potted plants from excess salts that can accumulate as a result of regular fertilizer application FloraKleen is also an excellent final flush Use FloraKleen as a final flush a few days before harvest to promote maturation and sugaring Use the last 1 or 2 days before harvest alone or in conjunction with Ripen Its high concentration and low price make FloraKleen the economical choice to protect g your plants in both hydroponics and soil based environment DIRECTIONS FOR USE In Hydroponic systems Between nutrient solution changes Mix 1 5 to 3 mL per liter of water Use milder solution for young or fragile plants stronger solution for older and stronger plants close to harvest Circulate 24 hours with FloraKleen alone before adding nutrients Final flush before harvest 1 Alone Drain old nutrient solution and discard Refill hydroponic reservoir with fresh water and mix 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water Run this solution during last day or two before harvest 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop In potting soil soilless mixes 1 Alone Fill a watering can with fresh water and add 1 5 to 3 mL L ForaKleen Drench until there is

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  • Salt Deposit solution | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    excess salts that can accumulate as a result of regular fertilizer application FloraKleen is also an excellent final flush Use FloraKleen as a final flush a few days before harvest to promote maturation and sugaring Use the last 1 or 2 days before harvest alone or in conjunction with Ripen Its high concentration and low price make FloraKleen the economical choice to protect g your plants in both hydroponics and soil based environment DIRECTIONS FOR USE In Hydroponic systems Between nutrient solution changes Mix 1 5 to 3 mL per liter of water Use milder solution for young or fragile plants stronger solution for older and stronger plants close to harvest Circulate 24 hours with FloraKleen alone before adding nutrients Final flush before harvest 1 Alone Drain old nutrient solution and discard Refill hydroponic reservoir with fresh water and mix 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water Run this solution during last day or two before harvest 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop In potting soil soilless mixes 1 Alone Fill a watering can with fresh water and add 1 5 to 3 mL L ForaKleen Drench until there is runoff from the bottom of the pot Resume your regular fertilizer schedule with the next watering 2 With Ripen Add 3 mL of FloraKleen per liter water during the last 2 days before harvest to increase the sugar level in your crop NB FloraKleen and Ripen are not antagonistic but work together in perfect synergy http www growshop ie product info php cPath 2 3 4 products id 1600 Posted in Aeroponics Flowers Plants Herbs Hydroponics Indoor Gardening Nutrients Soil Gardening Tagged Final Flush Flora Kleen GHE hydroponics Indoor Gardening

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