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The advantages and comparisons of growing with or without soil
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There is an enormous variety of flower types. But all flowers in essence contain the plants’ reproductive organs.
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A good flow of fresh air by an oscillating fan helps to maintain stable temperatures, humidity and carbon dioxide supplies for your plants.
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There are several environmental advantages of hydroponics compared to soil based farming which include the efficient use of land and water.
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Identifying and eliminating centipedes is a reasonably easy task that will prevent root damage to your young plants.
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Nitrogen is an essential element for photosynthesis and is also a key component when the amino acid proteins are developed. Be sure to spot any deficiencies and easily cure the problem.
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Tetranychidae mites are less than 0.5mm in length, prefer warm, dry conditions. They are easy to treat with garlic but can cause a lot of damage if left unchecked.
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Magnesium deficiency causes the plant leaves to yellow and curl at the edges. It can be prevented by keeping the temperature between 21 and 23 degrees, the pH between 6 and 7 and feeding the right amount of magnesium
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Slugs may not move fast but they can cause substantial damage to your plants in a short space of time. They love to eat as many leaves as possible and ultmately can destroy your growth.

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