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pH and Nutrition (Part 3)

Posted by Posted by This entry was posted in GrowGh, Blog on June 19, 2013 by ​By Gherkin Gent. Reposted by Atwater Hydroponics on Mar 5th 2014

Read Part 1 and Part 2pH and HydroponicsMost plants generally prefer a slight to mildly acidic nutrient solution with a pH between 6.5 and 5.5. In part this is because at in alkaline conditions, c … read more

​ Aquaponics!

Posted by This entry was posted in Hydroponics, In The News, Uncategorized and tagged aquaponics, fish farming, urban farming, water conservation on February 14, 2014 by admin. Reposted by Atwater Hydropnics on Mar 5th 2014

Aquaponics is like hydroponics’ cousin from out of town. You’ve probably heard of it before, but you may not have been properly introduced. These two growing philosophies have quite a bit in common. … read more

pH and Nutrition (Part 2)

Posted by This entry was posted in GrowGh, Blog on June 19, 2013 by ​By Gherkin Gent. Reposted by Atwater Hydroponics on Mar 5th 2014

If you haven’t already, make sure to read Part 1Understanding pH ReadingsAcids have a low pH, and bases have a high pH, pure water sits in the middle at 7. The lowest number on the pH scale is 0, whic … read more

pH and Nutrition (Part 1)

Posted by This entry was posted in GrowGh, Blog on June 13, 2013 by ​By Gherkin Gent. Reposted by Atwater Hydroponics on Mar 5th 2014

pHWater also is known as H20 because it has two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom for each water molecule. From this base molecule, it can accept an additional hydrogen ion to become H3O, and become … read more