January Newsletter

Happy 2015!

We hope the first days of 2015 have been good to you. As much as we enjoy the holidays it feels good to get back into a usual routine, including gardening! As you have seen, the weather has been all over the place. 70 degree days followed by some very cold ones! These cold days are effecting many indoor grows. Here are a couple tips to help get you through the rest of winter.

Beating the Cold

jan 1
During the Flower Stage water temperature should be 75-80 degrees. This can be hard to achieve in these cold months, but a reservoir heater can help!

Available in 200 watt, 300 watt, and 500 watt.

 

Having problems rooting clones?

This too is a problem in these frigid months. Ideal temperature for these little guys is 78 degrees. A heat mat and digital temperature controller will solve that problem!

 

Seedling Heat Mat
jan 2
Increase success of seedlings and cuttings with a heat mat. The heat mat increases root zone temperature 10-20 degrees above ambient temperature to improve germination and rooting.

 

Digital Temperature Controller

jan 3
The digital temperature controller boosts propagation rates by maintaining a set root zone temperature. Use with the seeding heat mat to dial in the exact temperature for even greater success

 

 

Lil Tomato LED Lights
jan 4

These full spectrum LED Grow lights are a garden MUST-HAVE. Check out Paul, one of our owners, as he goes over how these can help improve your growth!

 

Watch Grow Tips from Americas Best Garden Supply

 

New To Stock

jan 5

We are excited to announce that we are now carrying House & Garden nutrients and additives. For over 2 decades they have been provided premium grade, state-of-the-art plant nutrients to people across the globe. Come by the store to check them out!

Grow University is Coming to Our Store!

Join us on President’s Day (February 16, 2015) at 2:00pm for a FREE class presented by Grow University.

jan 6About Grow University
Grow University, the cornerstone educational resource for technology driven gardening. Featuring top experts, identifying and discussing issues that are important in a hyper-growth industry. Grow University equips attendees with the knowledge and inspiration to break free from the crowd and stand out in their markets.

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