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Brewing Winter & Seasonal Beer
Fri, 21 Nov 2014
When the weather turns cold, it is time to start brewing your own winter and seasonal beer! Depending on your taste, that may mean a spiced ale, something more full-bodied, or anything else that is your comfort food of beer. You can even brew beer to cultivate a certain flavor – like pumpkin or ginger! […]
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Coconut Coir: A Gardener’s Best Friend, & Earth’s Too?
Fri, 14 Nov 2014
In an age where we rally to save the whales, recycle everything, and fight against global climate change, one would think that a back-yard gardener growing her own fruits and vegetables without pesticides, using only organic fertilizer, composting kitchen waste to make her own soil, with a negative carbon footprint (even without buying government issued […]
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Winter Gardening & Best Winter Crops
Fri, 14 Nov 2014
As cold weather approaches, it is easy to think winter gardening consists only of root vegetables stored away in root cellars, or some equally cool and dry space. But as some may think the end of the growing season is near, we are still enjoying the harvest of fresh produce. Cooking with vegetables fresh from […]
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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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