Indoor Garden Plants Need Rest Too

A lot of things matter to the plants in your garden. Their quality of life has everything to do with your success as a grower, and the quality of food you can produce. However, like any living things, there is a time to work and a time to rest. Overlooking this can...

The State of Indoor Farming

Tempted to start planning an indoor farming startup? Maybe you're already working on such a project, or have recently launched the first phase of your operation. There are a few things you might want to know about the current climate in the indoor...

Better Garden Nutrients = Better Harvests

Gardening season is in full swing everywhere now, and hopefully you've added some nutrients along with your veggie plants and seeds. If you haven't its should be on top of your to do list, because your harvest will be a lot more rewarding if you do. But before you...

Adios Cows – Hello Aquaponics

The climate in dairy farming today is not small farm friendly. It's a get huge, or get out atmosphere. Faced with taking on massive growth, or changing direction made switching to aquaponics and indoor growing an attractive opportunity for Nate and Mary Calkins....

Roundup: Toxic Algae Feed

Just one more delicate balance destroyed by Roundup. Toxic algae gets bloom booster applications in Lake Erie from Roundup Ready crops. The glyphosate applications create 20-25% of the lake's phosphorous pollution. The problem? Mobilization of dissolved reactive...

Organic Gardening Basics

Taking an interest in organic gardening is usually triggered by wanting to avoid fruits and vegetables that are free of pesticides, or taking better care of the environment. That's important, yes, but first you've got to understand it's all about the soil and plant...
GH Summer