Atlantis Hydroponics Blog
Kennesaw State University’s Greenhouse Gardening
Tue, 28 Oct 2014
Since 2012, Atlantis Hydroponics has had the opportunity to work with Kennesaw State University and their agricultural projects. With the mutual goal of promoting sustainability in the community, we are proud to see their efforts are paying off. Their commercial hydroponic greenhouse contains over 900 tomato plants. Each tomato plant has produced at least 30 […]
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Want Spring Color in Your Garden, The Time to Act is Now! A Primer in Flower Bulbs
Fri, 17 Oct 2014
Do you want to know how to choose the best bulbs and give them a good start? The entire process from buying the bulbs to planting and growing them begins in fall. Tulips are gorgeous spring flowers that come in a rainbow of colors and a variety of shapes. If you plant tulip bulbs in […]
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Not All Bugs are Bad: A Look at Beneficial Insects for Gardners
Wed, 15 Oct 2014
Before you go and step on that beetle in your driveway because you are really mad at an aphid that ate your prize winning orchid, remember you might be crushing an ally. Although some insects are harmful, many insects provide a tremendous amount of service to human beings. Beneficial insects are responsible for the pollination of […]
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High Meadows Students Learn Hydroponics
Wed, 15 Oct 2014
Atlantis worked with High Meadows School students to teach them how to grow vegetables in a hydroponic garden. They took our knowledge and ran with it – all the way to their plates! High Meadows is a non-profit, private school that teaches preschool through eighth grade and emphasizes environmental responsibility as a part of their […]
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