FAQs

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Is growing indoors difficult?

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Absolutely not. Indoor growing is actually much easier than outdoor. The ability to control variables such as temperature, humidity, soil quality and watering gives you control over the things that normally can lead to plant stress and problems.

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Is it important to control pH?

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Yes, very important. pH influences things such as nutrient availability, soil bacteria levels, nutrient leaching and overall soil structure. 5.8-7.0 is the most beneficial range for bacteria and 6.5 is an optimum level for most plants grown indoors, but all plants have different needs.

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Is it expensive to grow indoors?

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Growing indoors is like any other hobby or recreation, you can get started very inexpensively or you can spend thousands. Most growers start out modestly and then upgrade their equipment as they gain knowledge and success.

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What are the best nutrients?

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Nutrients are like shampoo or toothpaste, we all may use different brands, but we all end up with similar results. All our lines of nutrients will bring you fantastic results. What's important is that you tailor your choice in nutrients to what and how you grow.

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What kind of dirt should I use?

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We stock everything from rockwool and clay and coco for hydroponics, to several varieties of peat and soil. You can buy your own premixed brands, or you can mix your own beneficial bacterias and bat guano and worm castings together for an amazingly powerful and custom dirt mix.