General Hydroponics

20 Apr 19

Tell us about your business. What do you do? Why/How did it Start? Any details about the business itself you’d like us to know. One Love Hemp Dispensary is a woman owned and led business with it’s roots in Louisville’s local business community. Co-founder Nancy Roberts owned New Earth Organics and Hydroponics for thirty years, […]

18 Apr 19
NetworkNewsWire Social

CannabisNewsWire Editorial Coverage: Ever since the Farm Bill was signed into law, farmers across the United States have rushed into hemp cultivation, driving demand for the supplies needed to grow the crop necessary to meet surging CBD use. Global hemp industry to reach $22 billion in 2022. CBD market could increase 40 times in the […]

18 Apr 19
NetworkNewsWire Europe

CannabisNewsWire Editorial Coverage: Ever since the Farm Bill was signed into law, farmers across the United States have rushed into hemp cultivation, driving demand for the supplies needed to grow the crop necessary to meet surging CBD use. Global hemp industry to reach $22 billion in 2022. CBD market could increase 40 times in the […]

18 Apr 19
Newsfile Corp.

New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – April 18, 2019) – Sugarmade Inc. (OTCQB: SGMD) today announces its placement in an editorial published by CannabisNewsWire (“CNW”), a multifaceted financial news and publishing company for private and public entities in the cannabis industry. To view the full publication, titled “Hemp Boom Spawns Lucrative Deals,” please visit: http://cnw.fm/waqL8 […]

18 Apr 19
Research Kraft

Hydroponic Drip System is an active hydroponic system uses a pump to feed plants with nutrients and water regularly. The system uses small emitters to drip the nutrient Solution directly onto your plants. According to this study, over the next five years the Hydroponic Drip Systems market will register a xx% CAGR in terms of […]

17 Apr 19
CannabisNewsWire

CannabisNewsWire Editorial Coverage: Ever since the Farm Bill was signed into law, farmers across the United States have rushed into hemp cultivation, driving demand for the supplies needed to grow the crop necessary to meet surging CBD use. Global hemp industry to reach $22 billion in 2022. CBD market could increase 40 times in the […]

16 Apr 19
NetworkNewsWire

Hemp industry’s growth exhibiting boom trends in wake of the 2018 Farm Bill’s passage, altering regulatory oversight of the plant Sugarmade is focusing efforts on supporting the nascent hemp industry with hydroponic growth supplies The company has also signed a supply agreement with Kentucky-based private hemp cultivator Hempistry to support Hempistry’s micropropagation work Micropropagation helps […]

15 Apr 19
Dwayne's Corner

These days, more and more people are discovering the joys of playing in the dirt—though grown-ups might prefer the term “gardening.” Food gardening is especially hot, with nearly 20 percent more households hopping on the food-growing train during the past five years. Renewed interest in gardening may be due in part to the local food movement. Locavores are […]

15 Apr 19
Max Grow Shop

Have you been looking for the best lighting system for your indoor garden, and are getting overwhelmed by looking at so many options? Are you confused about what to buy – LED grow lights, HPS, MH, or incandescent lights? If yes, then this article will be extremely helpful for you. Before even finishing reading it, […]

15 Apr 19
Cleaner Leaner Greener

In today’s gastro-fetishistic culture, it can sometimes feel as though our whole lives revolve around food. Never before have the world’s edible riches been so ready-to-hand (especially for those of us in developed countries). But it is important to remember the global environmental impact of the things we put in our mouthes. Here are 5 simple things that you can do (starting right now!) to make your diet more eco-friendly.

14 Apr 19
In My Grow

by Alex Robles Neoseiulus cucumeris was the first phytoseiid mite found to feed on thrips, in 1939.  It was forgotten about or looked past until the 1980. We become a lot more concerned with pests becoming resistant to chemical controls. Those chemicals were also starting to get into groundwater and affect the environment and our […]

14 Apr 19
Grandma's Prairie Garden

Over the winter months I have been running quite a few experiments to try and grow some fresh veggies indoors without too much specialized equipment. Now that it is time to start growing some seedlings for the outdoor garden it’s probably time to wind up the “Growing at Home” research and publish some conclusions. In […]

13 Apr 19
Energy in Demand - Sustainable Energy - Rod Janssen

Jesse Barron writes a long article on the New York Times website about how big business is hedging its bets in the energy transition. It will take you a few minutes but it is worth reading. How Big Business Is Hedging Against the Apocalypse Rex Tillerson stood under a 32-foot pipe organ at the Morton […]

12 Apr 19
Update News Portal

Rex Tillerson stood under a 32-foot pipe organ at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, explaining how the world worked. It was May 2015, in the middle of an oil-price crash, and Exxon Mobil’s earnings had fallen 46 percent compared with the same quarter the year before. But Tillerson, then Exxon’s chief executive, […]