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We’re thrilled to be working with Oregon’s Constant Gardener. OCG carries the best nutrients and growing gear on on the planet, along with real expert gardening advice. These folks are amazing and Grow Switch is honored to have them as our exclusive retail partners in the Eugene and Springfield areas. You can also order online from their website: …Read More
We’re honored to have Growco as our exclusive retail partner in the Grand Rapids Michigan area. Stop by either location for the absolute best products, growing advice and customer service in West Michigan! 1042 Michigan NE Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 454-6900 4640 West River Dr NE Comstock Park, MI (877) 939-6900 4hydroponics.com
By Barbara Pleasant I want to start my own vegetable seedlings this year. Will I need special light bulbs? Suitable supplemental lighting is better for starting seeds than the light coming through most windows would be. A setup of lights will allow you to grow a much wider range of vegetable varieties, which will make your …Read More
By ANNABELLE TOMETICH – Associated Press, FORT MYERS, Fla. AP – Florida Urban Organics occupies less than an acre on the industrial outskirts of downtown Fort Myers. The farm’s neighbors include a scrap-metal recycling center and an auto body shop. A granite store sits in front of its aquaponics greenhouse. Leafy tiers of hydroponically grown …Read More
By Joshua Vaughn, The Sentinel, MIDDLESEX TOWNSHIP — A large greenhouse meant to grow organic produce is beginning to take root in the Midstate. Toigo Organic Farms LLC, of Shippensburg, has begun construction on the first of potentially three greenhouses in the 300 block of Old Stonehouse Road North with an estimated cost of construction …Read More
By Jeff Wells, In a 90,000-square-foot warehouse not far from Chicago’s Midway Airport, the future of urban farming has taken root. Long shelves thick with fresh herbs and salad greens sit beneath hundreds of fluorescent grow lights. There are planters of basil, watercress and kale stacked in neat rows reaching the ceiling, afloat in a …Read More