Mankind’s obsession with complex all-singing, all-dancing gadgets sometimes results in his overlooking the beauty of simplicity. For example, the most elaborate sexbot of the future, complete with fully functioning brain and other vital organs, still needs to wear a wig. View
Coco... From Nut To Sack
It’s hard to walk into a grow shop these days and not be exposed to a multitude of coco products. There is a reason for this; coco is one of the best growing mediums for cultivating plants in containers. View
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Season 1 Episode 6 - Hydroponics Magazine Show
In this episode of Hydroshow, we find out the results of the first Hydroshow grow test: soil versus hydroponics versus aeroponics. The girls make some Eliooo style Hydroponic systems in the last Presenter Challenge. Grow Supplies of Newcastle give us their attempt... View
You would have to be spectacularly ignorant of current affairs, perhaps locked in a dungeon for the last 30-odd years a la the Man in the Iron Mask, to be unaware of the discourse surrounding Mankind and his perilous addiction to fossil fuels. View
Expert Opinions: pH Control
A hugely important aspect of indoor growing. Here we look closely at how monitoring pH control is critical to a successful crop. View
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So then… extractor fans. I’m going to assume you all know why you need one of these. As it happens, I could do with an upgrade soon as well myself.
Seeing as how there’s chuffing loads available now it would be good to know if there is any discernable difference between any of the various types before making my next purchase.
Hydro in Hell's Kitchen
The tree or plant is an obvious metaphor for personal development through education. Many schools use tree iconography as part of their crest design. As Aristotle once said, “the roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet” View