Adjusting pH levels, choosing from common bases and acids for pH adjustment, understanding the sequence of pH adjusters for fertigation systems, and the importance of calibration and accurate pH measurement.
How Front Row Ag Triologic Facilitates Mycorrhization through promotion of mycorrhizae spore germination, mycorrhizal fungal growth prior to root colonization, and promotion of the plant's ability to allow mycorrhizal colonization.
Water quality issues arise from seasonal changes, temperature shifts, and poor filter maintenance. This article compares effective pathogen risk reduction through disinfection methods like UV light, ozone, peroxides, hypochlorous acid, and chlorine compounds like Calcium Hypochlorite.
Calculate $/ft2/day for each cycle and cultivar, associate the outcome changes with their causes, then do whatever is required to further increase $/ft2/day. If a cheaper input (e.g. fertilizer) decreases price or yield - you can easily lose much more revenue than you saved in OpEx.
How nutrient absorption affects rootzone pH, when to use acids or bases, commonly used acids and bases in hydroponics, and considerations on pH management for cultivators.
The chemistry of pH, acids, and bases and practical implications for cultivation.
Deep dive into a research article on the metabolic mechanisms underpinning the response of canxxxis plants to nitrogen deficiency. Helping cultivators refine their crop steering strategy to achieve greater quality and yields.
A case for why the optimal nitrogen level for yield quantity, while allowing a relatively high content of secondary metabolites, is 160 ppm N.
Deep dive into a scientific study that supports the formulation of Front Row Ag products - Nitrogen Source Matters: High NH4/NO3 Ratio Reduces Canxxxinoids, Terpxxxids, and Yield in Medical Canxxxis by Saloner and Bernstein 2022
Why we made Front Row Si with stabilized monosilicic acid (MSA). Comparing various methods for stabilizing MSA. The unique advantages of polyol-stabilized MSA solutions, such as Front Row Si.
Implementing these lean manufacturing principles gives cultivators the best chance of improving and adapting in an uncertain and competitive production environment.
Optimizing the density of flower sites within the canopy is essential for maximizing yield and quality in a garden. In this article, we will explore how to achieve optimal plant density by balancing plant size, spacing, and veg duration.
This article will discuss the use of silica (Si) in hydroponics, including: the different forms of silicon, their relevance to agriculture and hydroponic fertilizer, and functional benefits of Si in plants.
Not all fertilizer blends are created equal. Choosing the right blend can impact plant growth and crop quality. Discover the importance of elemental ratios, micronutrient packages, and the quality and consistency of the inputs used to create a fertilizer blend.
Expert advice on 6 key factors to consider when setting up a successful feed EC system for your plant growth cycle: irrigation strategy, substrate dryback and water content targets, light intensity and quality, climate considerations (VPD), and the phase of growth.