The Beginner’s Guide to Hydroponic Tomatoes

The Beginner’s Guide to Hydroponic Tomatoes

Our long history with tomatoes Native to the Andes, tomatoes started traveling the world in the 1600’s. Though enjoyed as a food by its fellow Mesoamericans, the tomato was used mostly as an ornamental in Europe for centuries. Over the years, the crop has become a...
The Best Plants for Bato Buckets

The Best Plants for Bato Buckets

Choosing the best plants for Bato buckets Farmers know that the right choices for any growing operation take thought, consideration, and planning. Foresight and experience are the hallmarks of great growers, and we’ve had the privilege of working with the best...
6 Ways to Grow Better Microgreens

6 Ways to Grow Better Microgreens

Why microgreens? For consumers, microgreens offer a chance to pack nutrition and flavor into a variety of dishes. The crop can taste fresh, sweet, buttery, or spicy depending on the type grown. Chefs and cooks across the world are discovering amazing uses for these...
Growing Hydroponic Basil? Read This First

Growing Hydroponic Basil? Read This First

Basil is a well-loved crop in almost every community. The woody herb can be sweet, savory, or peppery, and it smells amazing. Basil has been used some way in almost every place in the world and has collected its own interesting history throughout the ages. (For a...
How to Grow Mint in Hydroponics – All You Need to Know

How to Grow Mint in Hydroponics – All You Need to Know

Learning how to grow mint is easy Mint is one of the most abundant herbs around the world, living and thriving on all continents except Antarctica, and growing like a weed nearly anywhere it’s planted. There are dozens of types of mint, but the main varieties are...
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