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The A-Grade Hydroponics Tutorials are where we frequently allow the team to 'brain dump' all of their excess hydroponic related knowledge. Sometimes theres to much valuable information that we just don't get the time to impart - this is where we fix that.

Browse our tutorials page for all our guides, personal tips, hints and new developments in the hydroponic industry and opinion pieces written by the team at A-Grade Hydroponics. These tutorials contain a whole range of information that you will find valuable and will improve your understanding of hydroponics and plant care.

Septoria Leaf Spot

Septoria Leaf Spot

Posted on by Jason G 0 comments

An omnipresent disease. It is most commonly found on fiber crops but can also occur on plants forming natural medicines,... Read more

(Redux) Reservoir Maintenance: The Do's and Dont's

(Redux) Reservoir Maintenance: The Do's and Dont's

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Maintenance of reservoirs is relatively easy, by working smarter from the start you will find you have more time for... Read more

What's wrong with my plant? - Iron Deficiencies

What's wrong with my plant? - Iron Deficiencies

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With winter in full swing, our phone has been going crazy with gardeners experiencing gardening issues. In short, the most... Read more

Indoor plants & Hydroculture: A soil to clay love story

Indoor plants & Hydroculture: A soil to clay love story

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Indoor plants are super addictive to collect and heaps of fun to grow and propagate. Imagine if there was a... Read more

Potassium is essential

Potassium is essential

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Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient for plant growth. It's classified as a macronutrient because plants take up large quantities of K during their life cycle. Potassium (K) is... Read more

Humidity in your grow room

Humidity in your grow room

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Humidity is an important environmental factor, so, too much or too little can make or break your grow, everyone has... Read more

What is Deep Water Culture (DWC)?

What is Deep Water Culture (DWC)?

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Deep water culture is a soil-less method of growing plants. Rather than growing in soil, you use a large reservoir... Read more

Botanics and Hydroponics literature

Botanics and Hydroponics literature

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The importance of quality botany or horticultural books in an industry shrouded in ‘Bro-science’ will hopefully provide you some relief.... Read more