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  • Hydroponic Xpress: PHOTO GALLERY | Hydroponics
    Nutrients Nutrient Additives Pest and Disease Control Pots Tubs and Containers Plant Support Plumbing Plastic Sheeting Propagation Pumps Timers and Air Stones Water Management Ultra Mask Detox and Capsules AQUAPONICS Aquaculture Tanks Books and DVDs Complete Kits EC and pH Equipment Expanded Clay Fish Care Growing Containers Heating Pest and Disease Control Plant Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS Our working display area spans an area over 1600 sqaure meters We encourage you to visit our store open 7 days a week You will be impressed with the quality and range of plants we have on display We have a massive hot house containing various hydroponic and aquaponic set ups including tomatoes capsicums cucumbers strawberries paw paws pineapples and much more depending on the season Our outside display area includes vegetables such as brocolli lettuce spinach herbs kale plus hundreds of different and unusual varieties of succulents cactus Woolemine pines desert roses and much more Step into our tropical dome and be impressed with massive happy plants tropical plants and bananas You can see how different types of hydroponic systems work and we can advise you on the best system to suit your

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  • Hydroponic Xpress: PHOTO GALLERY | Shop
    Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS Located in Canning Vale less than 25 kilometers from Perth CBD we have Perth s largest range of hydroponic and aquaponic equipment Our massive display centre and warehouse is open 7 days a week or shop online 24 hours a day We stock major brands such as Canna Nutrifield Lumatek Philips GE Eutech Bluelab Cyco Flairform House

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  • Hydroponic Xpress: PHOTO GALLERY | Flora
    Channels NFT Lighting Miscellaneous Nutrients Nutrient Additives Pest and Disease Control Pots Tubs and Containers Plant Support Plumbing Plastic Sheeting Propagation Pumps Timers and Air Stones Water Management Ultra Mask Detox and Capsules AQUAPONICS Aquaculture Tanks Books and DVDs Complete Kits EC and pH Equipment Expanded Clay Fish Care Growing Containers Heating Pest and Disease Control Plant Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS

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  • Bunnings Product Range
    Miscellaneous Nutrients Nutrient Additives Pest and Disease Control Pots Tubs and Containers Plant Support Plumbing Plastic Sheeting Propagation Pumps Timers and Air Stones Water Management Ultra Mask Detox and Capsules AQUAPONICS Aquaculture Tanks Books and DVDs Complete Kits EC and pH Equipment Expanded Clay Fish Care Growing Containers Heating Pest and Disease Control Plant Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS Hydroponic Products available

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  • Hydroponic Xpress: LEARN HYDROPONICS
    Channels NFT Lighting Miscellaneous Nutrients Nutrient Additives Pest and Disease Control Pots Tubs and Containers Plant Support Plumbing Plastic Sheeting Propagation Pumps Timers and Air Stones Water Management Ultra Mask Detox and Capsules AQUAPONICS Aquaculture Tanks Books and DVDs Complete Kits EC and pH Equipment Expanded Clay Fish Care Growing Containers Heating Pest and Disease Control Plant Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS

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  • Hydroponic Xpress: LEARN HYDROPONICS | Hydroponic Fact Sheets
    Plant Support Plumbing Plastic Sheeting Propagation Pumps Timers and Air Stones Water Management Ultra Mask Detox and Capsules AQUAPONICS Aquaculture Tanks Books and DVDs Complete Kits EC and pH Equipment Expanded Clay Fish Care Growing Containers Heating Pest and Disease Control Plant Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS Click any icon to download information fact sheet Hydroponic Kits How to Clone and Grow

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  • Hydroponic Xpress: LEARN HYDROPONICS | Maximum Yield Magazine
    Fish Care Growing Containers Heating Pest and Disease Control Plant Support Plumbing Pumps Filters and Air Stones Water Management PEBBLES and GLASS NUGGETS Maximum Yield is a free how to indoor gardening magazine that is distributed internationally through indoor gardening and hydroponic supply and retail stores It is filled with informative articles tips question and answers and new products and is focused on how you can reach your maximum yield

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  • Hydroponic Xpress: LEARN HYDROPONICS | Hydroponic Basics
    or humidity is too high Lack of ventilation is normally the cause of high humidity You should always have the air coming in the same as the air going out at the same rate You need at least 20 to 30 air changes per hour Q What humidity should I maintain A Humidity is best maintained at 50 per cent in the center of the plant canopy although between 40 per cent and 60 per cent is acceptable Too high a humidity runs the risk of disease and stretching Q What temperature should the growing room be A Room temperature needs to be maintained at around 25 C in the vegetative phase and a couple of degrees lower in flowering though anywhere between 22 C and 28 C is acceptable Q How much ventilation is necessary A Ventilation needs to be enough to maintain a temperature of about 28 C and a humidity of about 50 per cent in the center of the plant canopy Generally it is better to have too much than too little ventilation Q What is the best hydroponics system A The success of any system will depend on the management The best results are often achieved with the simplest of systems Q What is the best medium A As with systems there is no best medium Each medium requires different management but expanded clay tends to be easy to manage and very effective with good moisture retention and good drainage Q How often should I dump my nutrient solution A There is no hard and fast rule on this one Generally the cheaper nutrients require dumping more often than the better ones The size of the reservoir relative to the number of plants is also important Using quality nutrients would only require dumping every two weeks although most experienced growers dump every week to keep water quality at a premium Q What pH should I maintain A The pH should be kept between 6 0 and 6 5 with 6 3 the ideal range Q How much light should I use A The optimum amount of light to use is usually between 400 and 600 watts per three square meters of growing area the more light the better Q What size reservoir should I run A For ease of control use a minimum of 40 litres per three square meters of growing area as less than this requires frequent adjustments A rule of thumb is at least 50 per cent should remain in the tank during irrigation Q What is the best nutrient to use A There are a number of good nutrients on the market Unfortunately there are also many nutrients that are cheaply made and don t do the job properly Any well established brand that uses technical grade mineral salts should be suitable Q What is the best water to use A The best water will have low salts and no contaminants Household tap water should be okay if you can drink

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