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Emporium Hydroponics for all your indoor growing needs!

Tents, lights, fans, filters, grow systems, all your plant feeds and much more

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Emporium Hydroponics are well-established specialists in all aspects of growing plants in sand, gravel, or liquid, with added nutrients but without soil.
We have a wealth of knowledge and experience in all aspects of indoor growing and can always offer advice for your needs.
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Growing Up

By Brockney C 12 Sep, 2017
The Expando is a Grow Tent Accessory which when attached creates More Space for Better Results and Prevents the walls of the Tent from sucking inwards.

It gives more space for growth and light and the space increase airflow meaning there are less hotspots.

The result of this is less risk of mould and plant damage.

Check out this short video to see how this is done...
By Brockney C 30 Aug, 2017
Plants have successfully been grown hydroponically on the International Space Station and now long-term plans progress at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. NASA scientists are collaborating with a team from the University of Arizona  to discover suitable methods to support and sustain pioneering astronauts who will be working deep in space.

NASA researchers believe that among the many challenges facing human exploration a regular supply of fresh and good quality food is certainly one of them! An ongoing solution to this will be the use of Hydroponics systems to allow the cultivation of fruit and vegetables. Dr Ray Wheeler, the lead scientist at Kennedy Advanced Life Support Research says that "We're working with a team of scientists, engineers and small businesses at the University of Arizona to develop a closed-loop system. The approach uses plants to scrub carbon dioxide, while providing food and oxygen."

The system being used is called a Biogenerative Life Support System. The prototype pictured above uses an inflatable greenhouse and supports the growth of plants. This growth then provides nutrition, water recycling, waste recycling  and refreshes the volume of oxygen in the surrounding air. As Wheeler correctly noted, astronauts exhale carbon dioxide (as does any living human), then through the process of photosynthesis the plants inhale this and generate oxygen as a result. A continuous flow of water runs across the roots of the plants and nutrients are consistently added to the water. This could be water brought along on the exploration mission or water discovered close to a landing site.
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