About UsGrow InformationGrow VideosContact UsCheckout
Lights & BulbsEnvironmental ControllersHydro SystemsPackage SystemsNutrientsMiscellaneousPest & Disease Control
Lights & BulbsEnvironmental ControllersHydro SystemsPackage SystemsNutrientsMiscellaneousPest & Disease ControlHome
 
 
   
 

We are continually adding to the information in our hydroponic information section. Check back with us regularly- this section will always be growing!

Hydroponic Growing Information
Introduction to Hydroponics

Lighting

Hydroponic Systems

Growing Medium

Nutrient and pH

Additives and Advanced Plant Nutritition

CO2 and Environmental Control

Cloning and Propagation

Pests and Diseases

Learn about the Root Zone

Miscellaneous

Glossary
 
  FAQs
 

We find that some questions are asked over and over again by growers. We are compiling an extensive library of these questions and their answers here. This list will be added to regularly. Have a question you don't see answered? Send us an e-mail at info@gchydro.com

Lighting

Hydroponic Systems

Growing Medium

Nutrient and pH and Reservoir Maintenance

CO2 and Environmental Control

Cloning and Propagation

Air Filtration
   
  Articles
  In these articles we delve in deep to explore some of the growing ideas, tools and methods that a grower may come in contact with. If you really want to understand some of the science behind hydroponics, this is the place for you.

Humates: Advancing hydroponics

Searching for the Right Mantra: Organic vs. Refined Mineral Nutrients

An Indoor Environmentally Friendly Approach to Combatting Spider Mites
Mycorrhizas: A Diversity of Types
   
  In Depth Hyroponic Research Links
  Study on Use of Coconut Chips as an orchid growing medium
  International Symposium on Growing Media an Hydroponics
  Using Beneficial Bacteria in hydroponics
  Hydroponic culture of the mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae with Linum usitatissimum L., Sorghum bicolor L. and Triticum aestivum L.
  Effect of Trichoderma harzianum on microelement concentrations and increased growth of cucumber plants
  Effect of oxygen concentration on plant growth, lipidperoxidation, and receptivity of tomato roots to Pythium F under hydroponic conditions
  Enhancement of Plant Disease Resistance by the Biocontrol Agent T. asperellum
  Use of Baking Soda as a Fungicide to control powdery mildew
  Rhizodeposition and Microbial Communities in Hydroponically grown plants
  We have lots of great hydroponic links on our gardenlinks page
   
   
   
 
Privacy PolicyShipping PolicyReturn PolicyPayment PolicyHydroponic LinksSite MapCheckoutGreenCoast Hydroponics Careers
   © 2006 GreenCoast Hydroponics site design: practically dutch