Growing a large and thriving garden is an amazing process that has evolved over the years thanks to research and scientific principles being applied during the growth phase. If you’re thinking of starting your garden now or expanding your garden, there is no better time than the present with all of the amazing tools at your disposal.
We’re thrilled to be able to help you with this awesome adventure and assist you in getting the biggest and best blooms out of every plant you grow. Keep reading to find out what tools you can utilize during your growing process and get the most out of your fruits, veggies and flowers.
When you see the words “humidity dome” you may be inclined to think of a giant, half-sphered eco-dome, but in reality, it isn’t all that complex. Simply put, a humidity dome is a plastic dome that rests on top of your seed or propagation tray.
The purpose of the dome is to increase the humidity and temperature levels inside of it. Successful germination occurs when temperatures are around 75 to 85 degrees Fahrenheit and while humidity should be around 80% – 100% Since most indoor homes don’t maintain this kind of heat, a humidity dome is the perfect, low-cost way to attain it.
Like you and me, plants are living organisms that require food and nutrients to grow healthy and strong. The healthier the food is, the healthier your plants will grow. This will result in a better yield and bigger, more beautiful buds.
To obtain these kinds of results, we strongly suggest you add a high-quality soil nutrient to keep your plants well-fed and healthy throughout the entire growth process. While there are many brands you can choose from, we have narrowed it down to a select few that we feel will provide the best results, due to the high-quality ingredients they contain. Our favorite brands are:
- Emerald Harvest
- Advanced Nutrients
- Cutting Edge
- Fish Sh!t
- Mammoth P
- Nectar for the Gods
- Rainmakers Tea
We are ready to help you get the most out of your garden and enjoy the growing process every step of the way. Feel free to contact us or stop by and learn more about what these great tools can do for you and your plants…Happy Gardening!
Grow your own.