In the last decade hydroponics has been transformed from an art into a science. With the advent of new technology there is a great potential to grow high quality produce, reduce water and land usage, purify water, and limit pesticide use. Producers are driven towards using hydroponics growing systems by a market that demands consistency in price, quality and availability.
As hydroponic growing has expanded growers have discovered the benefits of using Spray-N-Grow on their hydroponically grown plants. During the last three years the number of hydroponic growers using Spray-N-Grow has more than tripled.
The most common crops being treated with Spray-N-Grow are tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, squash, herbs, and orchids. Hydroponic growers who use Spray-N-Grow report increased yields, increased brix, and overall improved plant vigor and health.
The huge demand for Spray-N-Grow by hydroponic growers has opened new doors for hydroponic research. In 2000 Lynette Morgan, PhD and Simon Lennard, M. Hort. Sc with Suntec International Hydroponic Consultants of New Zealand began conducting extensive research with Spray-N-Grow on hydroponically grown plants. Research has been completed on tomatoes, snow peas, and lettuce and is under way on strawberries.
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