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GROW: THE GAME CHANGER 100% ORGANIC SUPPLEMENT!

GROW: THE GAME CHANGER 100% ORGANIC SUPPLEMENT!
In past issues you have heard me mention this product called Full On by Grow Switch, LLC. Well, this product is quickly turning heads! It just had its product launch, so to speak, meaning stores will be receiving samples and more information about it as all of the registration processes have been completed....
April 30th, 2012 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

IGS Grow Classes

IGS Grow Classes
By: SD OG Grower If you’re living in CA, or especially SD, then you are aware that the nutritional value of our produce and foods is more important than ever! Farmers of all crops are feeling the hard times of the economy with the inventory of produce they are having trouble getting rid of. But...
December 21st, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

How To Get Tighter Internodal Spacing and Bigger Yields

How To Get Tighter Internodal Spacing and Bigger Yields
By SD OG Grower We all want tighter flowers and larger yields, no matter what we’re growing! Everyone has a friend who says they know the best additive to use to make tighter plants, harder flowers, or even stop the plant’s vertical growth by using Plant Growth Regulators (PGR). Sure, these...
November 21st, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Growing with Gas: Part 4 “Are you Growing Yet?”

Growing with Gas: Part 4 “Are you Growing Yet?”
By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener Hello to all my loyal NUG readers and hydro friends in San Diego.  It has now been 1 year of “Growing with Mel the Bumbling Gardner” and I have to tell you, I’ve had a blast with this project and feel very lucky to have been able to sample so many great...
October 20th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Grow: Introduction to Aptus

Grow: Introduction to Aptus
By SD OG Grower I have written many articles on nutrients and additives for growing and often highly recommend organic additives and the use of beneficial microbes and teas to really enhance the flowers, immune system, and overall health of the plant, and to get sweeter, tastier buds! Many of you also...
October 4th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Growing with Gas

Growing with Gas
By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener Part 3 “50 day harvest” As you might remember from last month’s story, I have been moving my new clones from the “Veg” side of the Quick Grow’s Q-9 Greenhouse to the “Bloom” side with the 12-on and 12-off light cycle as soon...
September 29th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

How To Be A Top Shelf Grower

How To Be A Top Shelf Grower
By The SD OG Grower Everyone in the medical marijuana business, especially in CA, has been seeing the market change dramatically in a short period of time over the last two years and more. The market is being flooded, stores and clubs are opening on every corner, and everyone and their mother is getting...
September 26th, 2011 | Gardening Tips | Read More

Growing with Gas Part 2: The Planting Begins

Growing with Gas Part 2: The Planting Begins
By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener If you read last month’s story, then you know I just received a new greenhouse from QuickGrow Hydroponics. The assembly and setup was a breeze. The Q9 only needed a single 110 volt, 15 amp plug for its power source. And with a draw of only 4.5 amps, it was easy to...
August 22nd, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Introducing Full On, an Organic Biostimulant for Bigger, Healthier, Faster Grows!

By: The SD OG Grower I know you have seen all the different nutrients, additives, and supplements on the shelves at your local gardening store. These days it looks more like a wine and beer selection. –Hundreds of choices to choose from with all of them saying the same thing, claiming to have...
August 22nd, 2011 | Gardening Tips | Read More

Growing with Gas

Growing with Gas
By: Mel the Bumbling Gardner Part 1: The New GreenHouse If you’ve been following me and my adventures with hydroponic gardening over the last year, then you know I’ve been looking for the best the industry has to offer in “turn-key” growing chambers.  My idea of indoor growing...
July 6th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

What’s in a Nutrient?

By: The SD OG Grower Ever wonder what the difference is between the words “organic” and “non-organic”? The term “organic” means, “Of or relating to an organism, a living entity.” The term “organic matter” means, “Matter that has come from...
July 5th, 2011 | Gardening Tips | Read More

Still Growing – Part 4

Still Growing – Part 4
By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener If you missed last month’s issue, then you missed how “my need to find healthy, root mature clones when I needed them” has taken me to a new level in the world of hydroponic growing. I decided to learn how to clone my own from what I have, just like the...
June 20th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Hydroponics can Save the World!

Hydroponics can Save the World!
By: The SD OG Grower What’s the most common term that comes to mind when someone mentions hydroponics? –Probably pot or growing marijuana. Well, the truth is that a lot more of the produce you’re purchasing is hydroponically grown, which is around 70% of the produce in your local...
June 8th, 2011 | Gardening Tips | Read More

Still Growing Part 3

Still Growing Part 3
By: Mel The Bumbling Gardener If you missed last month’s issue, then you missed how my need to find healthy, root mature clones led me to a new level in the world of hydroponics. I decided to learn how to clone my own from what I have, just like the big guys.  With the help of my new friends...
May 24th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

D.I.Y. Cloning

D.I.Y. Cloning
By: The SD OG Grower Summer is quickly approaching again in Southern California and right now, during spring, is the best time to get your indoor or outdoor garden started! And the best way to get any garden started is to have the best genetics possible, and getting a clone from the best stock plant...
May 12th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Still Growing Part 2

Still Growing Part 2
By: Mel The Bumbling Gardener For readers who missed out on last month’s issue…Now that we grow “tomatoes,” the need for 12 perfect clones come up every 70 days or so, and I’ve had problems finding enough healthy, root mature young ladies to fill my needs all at one time....
April 13th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

GROW: Large Scale Grow Rooms for Serious Production

GROW: Large Scale Grow Rooms for Serious Production
By: The SD OG Grower 2011 is a great time in history and a great opportunity for those growers who are serious and want to take it to the next level! Commercial grow operations are popping up everywhere, and some are successful while others are not! I’ve been setting up commercial grow rooms for...
April 11th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

GROW: CHELATED MINERALS AND NUTRITION

GROW: CHELATED MINERALS AND NUTRITION
By: The SD OG Grower FOR PLANTS AND HUMANS ALIKE! Everyone always wants to know what the best nutrients are, or what is the one product that will give me that magical harvest and yield? Many people say that all nutrients are the same and you can just use anything like Miracle Grow or some powdered 20-20-20...
March 15th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Harmonic Soundwaves to Increase Yields and Brix Levels

Harmonic Soundwaves to Increase Yields and Brix Levels
by The SD OG Grower All of us want that magic potion in a bottle that is going to give us heavier yields and sweeter fruits! But most growers concentrate on the lights and nutrients, wanting a flowering or bloom booster, or enhancer that’s going to magically give us a larger harvest. However,...
February 7th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More

Grow 2011

Grow 2011
By The SD OG Grower It’s that time of year when we’re just getting over the holidays and going back to work while preparing for our new gardens in 2011. Indoor and outdoor growers alike need to do several things in preparation for the changing seasons and to get ready to start their new...
January 5th, 2011 | Featured, Gardening Tips | Read More
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