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Sodium Accumulation in Hydroponic Systems

Sodium accumulation is an ongoing problem in hydroponic systems. It affects both Recirculating Systems (accumulation in the nutrient solution) as … Continue reading →

Posted August 7, 2013 in General

Importance of Gnat Control in Hydroponics and Nursery Production.

Gnats seek out wet areas found in or near green houses to deposit their eggs. They carry pathogens on their bodies, and in … Continue reading →

Posted February 8, 2013 in General

Phosphorous Acid Derivatives for Fungal Control

Phosphorous Acid Derivatives are ideal for the Control of Pythium, Phytophthora, Fusarium and other Disease Causing Fungi in Hydroponics and other … Continue reading →

Posted December 13, 2012 in General

Avoiding Tip Burn on Hydroponic Crops

Tip burn is the result of inadequate calcium reaching the outer areas of the leaves and is similar to Blossom End Rot … Continue reading →

Posted July 10, 2012 in General

pH Management of Hydroponic Solutions

It is most important to maintain the correct pH of a nutrient solution. pH is often regarded as the key … Continue reading →

Posted June 7, 2012 in General

Recommended Nutrient Strengths for Crops

Each different crop type needs to be grown at a specific Conductivity value (Nutrient Strength). This ensures the crop performs … Continue reading →

Posted May 14, 2012 in General

Hydroponic Nutrient Mixing Directions

To ensure you get the best out of your Pure Hydroponics nutrient please be sure to follow the mixing directions … Continue reading →

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Lettuce Seed Storage & Germination Procedure

The correct seed storage and germination practice is essential for ensuring growers get the highest strike rate possible. Growers in … Continue reading →

Posted May 11, 2012 in General

Calculating the Volume of Nutrient Solution in a Tank

It is helpful for a grower to be able to accurately calculate the volume of nutrient solution in their tank. … Continue reading →

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Conductivity Scale Conversion Table

Different countries around the world use different scales to read Conductivity (nutrient strength). This can often make it confusing for … Continue reading →

Posted May 8, 2012 in General