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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.

Basic Botany: What is a nucleus?

Basic Botany: What is a nucleus?

Posted on by Jason Gibson 0 comments

Note: I’m jumping ahead a little on this one. Sometimes we forget the importance of the little things and sometimes changes in... Read more

Hydroponic Myths #2 - Growing Spaces

Hydroponic Myths #2 - Growing Spaces

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MYTH #2 YOU NEED A LOT OF SPACE TO GROW!Lots of content on the internet stating, if you don’t have a large area... Read more

Indoor Season Begins

Indoor Season Begins

Posted on by Jason Gibson 0 comments

As most of you are enjoying the fruits of your outdoor harvest for the year, you may be sitting there thinking, it’s... Read more

Temperatures

Temperatures

Posted on by Alex Russell 0 comments

Temperature is important in every phase of a plants life cycle. Most hydroponic gardeners have encountered this topic and generally... Read more

The Importance of Boron in flowering crops

The Importance of Boron in flowering crops

Posted on by Jason Gibson 0 comments

Plants expressing deficiencies is also the plants way of communicating with us, think of it as their language. The more you become... Read more

Redux: Mixing Hydroponic Nutrients

Redux: Mixing Hydroponic Nutrients

Posted on by Jason Gibson 3 comments

This tutorial is a redux of a previous one, as we at A-Grade are continuously seeing growers making these simple... Read more

Dill (Anethum graveolens) and its Uses

Dill (Anethum graveolens) and its Uses

Posted on by Jason Gibson 0 comments

Dill Binomial name: Anethum graveolens Phyllotaxy: Fine green Flower clusters: Yellow & Green Height: 0.6 - 1.8m Width: 0.8 – 1.2... Read more

Run to Waste Simplified

Run to Waste Simplified

Posted on by Jason Gibson 0 comments

When it comes to feeding your plants, there are many methods in which to do this. The most common systems... Read more

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