Atlantis Hydroponics Blog
A Beginner’s Guide to Seed Saving: Being Self-Sufficient and Saving Money Doing It!
Mon, 25 Aug 2014
The basics of seed saving involve selecting suitable plants from which to save seed, harvesting the seeds at the right time, and storing them properly. Seed saving does not take a huge amount of time nor financial commitment. In fact, it can translate into monetary savings or even profit if you get more involved in […]
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Stanhopea Wardii Orchid
Tue, 29 Jul 2014
This beautiful Stanhopea Wardii ‘Edwin Boyett’ AM/AOS orchid was grown by one of the Atlantis crew members and is currently at our Atlanta location. This species of orchid is natively found growing on rocks and trees in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Columbia, Venezuela, and northern Brazil. It typically grows in humid environments and […]
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The Great Norcross Pumpkin
Mon, 28 Jul 2014
Henry & Joe grew this amazing pumpkin at our Norcross location. Not an easy task, but well worth the work! It was started indoors under a 1000 watt HPS light and fed Canna Coco nutrients. Once it started to get much bigger, they moved it into a 100 gallon Viagrow cloth pot to grow outside. […]
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Hydroponic System Record Chart
Thu, 10 Jul 2014
Nutrient management and environmental changes can be a great opportunity to discover optimal plant growth. Whether you are a beginner or professional gardener, this hydroponics chart allows you to easily record even the smallest variables of your indoor garden without being too complicated. Why should you record changes to your garden? By keeping track of […]
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