Plants grown in the wild can generally survive without nutrients or fertilizer, but houseplants or potted plants are very different. Giving your plants too many nutrients can cause nutrient burn. Keep
When you buy a new plant from a nursery or grow it from seed, you’ll eventually need to transplant it outdoors in the yard. Keep reading to learn how to transplant your plants from pot to pot, or pot t
This guide discusses the grow room ventilation and air circulation system, its importance, its requirements, and how you can set up your grow room to ensure optimal airflow.
Indoor growers often have to choose between two standard options - hydroponics and soil-grown plants. Read on to learn about hydroponics and soil plants, the pros and cons, and how to choose the right
More growers are adopting the idea of starting young plants from seed for the right reasons. This article discusses how to succeed at seed germination by avoiding the common mistakes growers make in the
This article addresses why you need to improve the soil in your indoor grow area and provides you with practical tips on how you can make this happen.
Pests and other infestations can seriously threaten crops if not watched closely. The most sustainable way of pest control is using nature to balance crops and soil life.