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Welcome Oregon’s Constant Gardener!

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

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Full On Product Review from 4HYDROPONICS.COM

Published on Feb 26, 2016 Grow more with less with Full On by GrowSwitch! Full On sets new levels of nutrient uptake that you will have never seen before. This is a great, organic product that boosts plants’ natural ability to convert nutrients into new cell growth. Using Full On will reduce NPK requirements by …Read More

Growco is our new retail partner in Grand Rapids

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

Expert Tips for Growing Early Tomato Varieties

By Barbara Pleasant, In almost any climate, the best time to start most tomato seeds is six to eight weeks before your average last spring frost. This tried-and-true schedule provides juicy tomatoes by high summer, but many gardeners and cooks become impatient for sun-ripened tomatoes earlier. You can satisfy this premature tomato craving by learning how …Read More

Best Grow Lights for Starting Seeds Indoors

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

Soil testing saves time, effort

JEFF FLOYD, A soil test performed by a laboratory will give you solid information about the soil in which you’ll be growing vegetables. A lab test can provide facts about texture, pH, nutrients and salinity. There is little you can do to easily change the texture. Most West Texas soils are somewhat sandy but heavily …Read More

Kill pests without pesticides

by Angela O’Callaghan/Desert Gardening, The beginning of fall is the time for garden cleanup. Tomato plants might have a few fruits that could be coddled until temperatures drop into the fifties, but other than that, its time to spruce up the garden and prepare for the next growing season, which can begin as early as mid-October. …Read More