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Graham Brightwell's Articles in Gardening

  • Hydroponic Gardening: Common Mistakes Beginners Make
    Whether you like to grow a hydroponic garden for fun or for profit, it is very important to have a good knowledge on what you have to do prior to making any investment. You'll become a better grower as you become more familiar with the complexities and requirements of growing plants in water, and avoid common, costly, and time-consuming mistakes like the following:
  • How to Mulch a Vegetable Garden
    The effective use of organic mulches is one of the indicators of healthy organic garden. Mulches control weeds, retain soil moisture, prevent diseases, enrich the soil, maintain soil temperatures, and make garden appear visually appealing. A garden properly mulched could yield 50% more veggies compared to an unmulched garden. This is because of the ability of mulches to reduce fruit and foliage diseases.
  • Hydromulching: Tips On Watering Seeded Lawn
    Watering a newly seeded lawn is the most vital responsibility for customers. A good lawn care and maintenance company provides their customers with a detailed guide to watering.
  • Hydromulching: Area Prep, Lawn Care, and Cost
    Hydromulching, also called hydraseeding, hydroseeding, or hydraulic mulch seeding is becoming a popular choice for planting lawns, for landscapers and gardeners.
  • Advantages of Hydromulching and Other Tips and Guidelines
    Hydromulching is a lot more effective than conventional seeding process, and more economical compared to sod. It is an excellent grass growing method for any lawn of any size. When administered properly, lawns that have been applied with hydromulching will produce grass that is both green and full.
  • Lawn Care Tips and Guidelines
    Spray on grass is one of the quickest, simplest, and most effective ways to have a healthy and beautiful lawn. It is also less expensive compared to other seeding methods.
  • Hydromulching Tips and Guidelines for a Beautiful and Healthy Lawn
    Hydromulching or hydroseeding is a process by which mulch, seeds, water, plant fiber, and fertilizer are combined into a slurry mixture and then sprayed across the soil using a specialised machine. This seeding method is a quick and easy way to plant grass across large areas.
  • Brown Roots in Hydroponics: 8 Simple Steps to Prevent Them
    Brown roots in hydroponics are simply dead roots. They can be a constant problem when you are growing an indoor garden. And most often than not, it is hard to detect until it's too late.
  • Soil Erosion and Hydromulching
    Soil erosion can be caused by a variety of things starting from natural elements and occurrences such as wind, water, gravity, storms, to human activities like soil cultivation and logging. If soil erosion gets into an intense level, it can largely contribute to the degradation and damage of our ecological environment and landscape. Hydromulching is one of the methods used to prevent or solve problems on soil erosion.
  • 4 Biggest Aeroponics Problems and How to Solve Them
    If you are really serious in getting optimum results in hydroponic growing, you should try growing with aeroponics systems.
  • How to Prune A Mophead Hydrangea to Get More Flowers
    If you want to get more flowers from your hydrangeas, you need to know how to prune them properly. The timing is also an important factor.
  • Common Growing Mediums in Hydroponics
    Although hydroponic gardening do not use soil, "hydro-farmers" make use of different growing mediums to support the roots of the plants. The best growing mediums provide neutral pH, ample support for plants, good moisture retention and enough space for sufficient air exchange. Here are some of the common growing mediums used in hydroponics.

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