HydroRush As Seen in the Sunlight Supply Catalog
HydroRush is an Oxygen Rich Supplement for your Microbes
We’re more than just “Another Sample”.
You’ll discover more efficient Nutrient Uptake that will provide early plant development,
more Flower-Sites and Fruit.
HydroRush™ is our pH neutral water treatment that releases Oxygen from available sources that provides a safe and efficient way to introduce available Oxygen for your plants without using harmful or poisonous chemicals.
- Efficient Nutrient Uptake
- Fast Plant Development
- Tighter Internodule Spacing
- Increased Flower-Sites
- Increased Aeration
- Prevents Formation of Anaerobic Conditions
- Prolongs Life of Compost Tea
- Accelerated Bright White Root Growth
- Helps Prevent Slime Build-Up and Rotten Egg Odor (H2S)
- Promotes and Allows Beneficial Microbes to Thrive
- pH Neutral
- Mixes easily with Mineral & Organic Nutrients
As you may have heard, HydroRush is an entirely new way to think about your Gardening. There is nothing like it.
- It’s Safe! We’re not toxic or dangerous like Hydrogen Peroxide
- Easy to use and mixes well will everything you already use. We just make everything better and more efficient
- Prolongs the life of Organic Nutrients and Compost Tea
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Note: HydroRush is not Hydrogen Peroxide or any form of H2O2
January 1 2012. What better time to start our "Root Growth" Documentation than the first of the year.
On the right from The Garden Spout are: ...
A leaf counting day it was today = many of them.
But, the surprise of the day was finding 6 flowering buds (#'s 4, 6, 8, ...
Nothing dramatic to report today, just continued plant growth, but I did take a peek at the roots (yesterday) that you can see to the ...
Well it took a bit of doing but we finally connected with Sunlight Supply who's allowing us to borrow their PlantCam.
We still have to dial ...
I'm thinking that these pepper plants are Lovin' Deep Water. Of course what plant wouldn't like having all the nutrients available to them around the ...
Kevin was back today so there's quite a bit to report. My partner who will remain anonymous chided me for being too frivolous with my ...
Kevin's hard work yesterday gave 30 Pepper Plant seedlings a new home and a secure start to healthy growth.
Hank shared that Kevin did notice that ...
All things being equal, I promised I'd address the possibility of uneven lighting. A few folks who have been observing this mentioned that the different ...
Is this wishful thinking or is the HydroRush Deep Water Pepper Plant on the right looking perky today?
In a few days when Kevin returns from ...
Today's going to be a short Post after yesterday's "Novel".
When I arrived at The Garden Spout this afternoon I found Kevin hunched over counting ...
Not being a Gardener (admittedly an observer - Thank you Kevin), I'm constantly amazed at the wonders of growing your own food.
After another day, I ...
Well, I'm swallowing my pride. Remember when I posted "Lovin' Deep Water" (Day 25, 01.25)?
I'm conceeding my cocksure ways... A Runt will Always be a ...
I know, apologies Guys. I haven't forgotten about you. I've been busy learning about Plants from Kevin and doing a lot of counting good things ...
We're doing our Nutrient Change tomorrow so I thought I'd let you know that what we've decided to do is to not follow Kevin's normal ...
We're starting see a lot of what you see to the left;
LOTS of Peppers!
Especially on the HydroRush treated Pepper Plants in ...
Left: Kevin pointing out some more furry white root growth from the pepper plant seedlings.
When these roots start growing, there's no stopping them.
We're going to ...
Today was another milestone day for me. I experienced my first Nutrient Change.
Since my last visit two days ago I'm seeing significant growth (I'm continually ...
Today was one of those "What a Difference a Day Makes".
Kevin pointed out to me that the pepper plants treated with HydroRush at this ...
This is one of the days I've been waiting for; we transplanted 15 HydroRush treated and 15 untreated seedling to soil. Here's basically what we ...
As I wrote about a couple of days ago, we'll be focusing our efforts promoting fruit production.
As you can see, it's almost time to harvest.
Kevin and I have been talking about doing a Deep Water test, so guess what was waiting for me today?
Before you get too excited about ...
It's been a few days and these Pepper Plants continue to grow larger everyday.
As you can see, these trays are starting to get crowded.
Another significant day I've been waiting for. We transplanted 30 Bell Pepper seedlings to the Hydroponics Systems.
After learning that the Hydroton Clay Pellets took about ...