Grow Zone Blog
Read our articles below about Preparedness. Food Preservation and Preparation, long term storage of Vegetables, Meat, and Home grown produce.
7 reasons why your Pepper Plant flowers are falling off
Pepper plants have a variety of uses, and are easy to grow if the conditions are right. The flowers are beautiful, and go on to grow Pepper/Chilli Pods to eat. These can sometimes fall off.
Hydroponics Kits and Systems for the home (Easy to setup)
Hydroponics is a great technique that is easy for beginners, and produces fast growing, High yielding plants. In recent years many companies have taken simple hydroponics kits and systems and made them easy to use, stylish, and ready for home use.
Botanium Automatic watering Hydroponics Planter
The Botanium Self Watering Hydroponics Planter is an easy way to start growing using Hydroponics. Grow edibles such as Herbs, Tomatoes, Pepper Plants, and also grow Decorative plants with ease. Low maintenance, All you need to get started in the box, Plant – Enjoy – Harvest.
How to test if my preserve jars have a good seal after canning
Preserving produce and cooking using Preserve Jars is one of the best ways to store food for the Long Term. Here are three ways to test if you have a good seal.
Kombucha First Fermentation using Liquid Starter Kit
The first fermentation is an important step, and it will determine whether you will have a healthy SCOBY (Symbiotic Colony of Bacteria and Yeast) to brew again and again
How to grow tomatoes indoors with Full Spectrum LED grow lights
Grow tomato plants all year round is possible under the right conditions. Using Full Spectrum LED lights, and warm conditions, you can grow all through winter.
Can I make a Kombucha starter culture from scratch
A Starter liquid or SCOBY bought from a shop is the best way to get your fermentation started. When added to a brew of Sweetened tea, it will quickly ferment.
Can you speed up the fermentation time of Kimchi
The time it takes for Kimchi to Ferment depends mainly on two things. The salt content of your batch, and the temperature that it is Fermenting in.