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pH and its Importance in Hydroponics.

pH is an indicator of how acidic or basic a solution is.

pH value ranges from 0-14.

A solution is acidic if pH lies between 0 & 7 and basic if it’s between 7 & 14. With 7 being neutral.

A pH of 5.5 - 6.0 is good for growing leafy vegetables like spinach, lettuces, coriander, basil, amaranth, f...

11.11.22 06:17 PM - Comment(s)
Searching for the Perfect Hydroponic System for your Plants. Here is all that your Plant Needs!
Learn about Deep Water Culture Hydroponics System. Build one of your own or buy one starter kit to learn Hydroponics at Home
02.02.22 05:39 PM - Comment(s)
Is Hydroponically-grown food as Nutritious as soil-grown?
Ever wondered which food is more nutritious? The one grown Hydroponically or the soil-grown? Read on and find out.
26.03.20 07:34 PM - Comment(s)
The importance of manual pollination in protected agriculture
Some plants can pollinate themselves, while others may need external support. Read on to find out how to hand pollinate and increase your crop yield.
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Find out what causes a deformed cucumber
Did your cucumber grew up in a different shape? Find out the possible causes that can lead to a deformed cucumber.
17.01.19 09:37 AM - Comment(s)
The Mighty Mites. Identify and manage red spider mite infestation
When it comes to Mites, prevention is better than cure. Read on to find out how to identify and manage infestation by mites.
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Stevia Rebaudiana - A natural sweetener - cultivation through Hydroponics
Stevia is a natural and healthy alternative to table sugar. A plant, you must add to your kitchen garden.
11.10.18 10:53 PM - Comment(s)
Growing Sweet Corn in Hydroponics
One can even grow crops like sweet corn and sugarcane without using soil. We have grown them both. In this article we are sharing our experience of growing sweet corn in Hydroponics.
06.10.18 02:48 AM - Comment(s)
Reasons for Blossom drop a.k.a Flower drop
Are the flowers on your plant aborting themselves? Read on to find out what could be causing a flower drop in your garden.
05.09.18 11:00 PM - Comment(s)
Understanding Plant Tissue Culture
While the practice of cloning in animals is of recent origin, you may probably not know that the practice of cloning in plants dates back to more than 100 years.
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