Starting plants indoors hydroponically gives them a head start to the growing season and can allow them to grow larger and yield more than if started outside.Transplanting to outside soil is simple and we’ve got step-by-step instructions to help you through the process.
As you progress on your Gardyn journey, you might notice some brown or green growth forming on the yCube surface, yPod, or inside the Gardyn columns. Typically, this growth is associated with algae or biofilm.
A mainstream trend in health and wellness has been organic foods. While the word “organic” has come to mean food produced consciously, with minimal pesticides and sustainable techniques, it has begun to morph into a marketing buzzword as it spills into other industries. Gardening, being so closely related to food production, has adopted the word “organic” to describe types of plant food. This can be a little confusing, so we decided to settle the score between organic and mineral plant food once and for all.
We are excited to announce the launch of four new plant varieties that are bound to take your Gardyn home cooking to tasty new heights. Our team is always testing new plants to try out on your Gardyn, and some of these new varieties made it onto our radar from Gardyner requests. You can now order Italian Parsley, Celery Leaves, Shiso, and Sorrel from the Gardyn mobile app.
By understanding the science behind germination, we can optimize the Gardyn settings and surrounding environment to give seeds and new sprouts the best chance of thriving. For the best shot at germination success, Gardyners should pay attention to plant food usage, yCube water saturation, air temperature and humidity, and consider the needs of each plant species.