Category Archives: Hydroponics Techniques

Basic Hydroponics Growing Tips

One of the most demanding things about being an ambitious hydroponics grower is that you always have to work hard to keep reaching that next level of hydroponics growing. You play with your nutrient solution, experiment with lights, and try other methods always to keep improving your yields. These components are the core backbone of […]

Frequently Asked Questions PT I

The hydroponics community has embraced Emerald Harvest as an authentic reliable source of valuable indoor gardening advice, information, and technical know-how. Henceforth, we’ll be publishing common Frequently Asked Questions¬†from our hydroponic gardening community every other week. Browse through this week’s FAQs and learn more about your passion with simple, easy success. Will the nitrogen source […]

Essential Guidelines For A Perfect Nutrient Feeding Schedule

One of the most important decisions, when you grow a hydroponic garden, is precisely what your nutrient feeding schedule will be. This program determines not only what you would feed your plants, but also, for how long will you feed the plants. If you choose a smart nutrient feeding schedule, you can reap the enormous […]

Hydroponics Light Transition Tips During Veg to Bloom

Light transition and flowering Light, an essential and fundamental unit of life plays a crucial role in the growth of all flowering plants including your high-value crops. Duration and exposure to the daylight influence overall productivity and yield in your plants. Though the majority of photosensitive plants respond to change in wee hours and start […]

SOG and SCROG Grow Guide

What is SOG and SCROG Both SOG and SCROG are LST (low-stress training) techniques to control the growth of plants. This is done by creating a horizontal plane of buds which further ensures that they receive light uniformly and grow at the same rate. The science behind these advanced growing techniques is- the lower branches […]

A Guide to pH and EC of Nutrient Solutions

In simple terms, these are the basics of ph and ec in your nutrient solution. pH of the Nutrient Solution pH is a measure of how basic or acidic a solution in terms of dissolved Hydrogen ion (H+) concentration. So why do you need to monitor and maintain the pH? The answer is simple – […]

How to Clone High Value Crops

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Consider cloning your high value crops from mother plants instead of seeds. This results in an early harvest of buds and above all, you can skip the germination process which takes considerable amount of time. The strain you develop will undoubtedly be of superior quality because you will be selecting the mother plants with only […]