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  • 00:15

    Easy Hydroponics--Humic and Fulvic Acids

    in Science

    http://www.advancednutrients.com/h2 Go to this address to discover a truly amazing 100% organic plant nutrient, Humic Acid. Along with its companion product, Fulvic Acid, these two Grandma Enggy products can be used in soil and hydroponics to increase water-holding capacity, root zone aeration, and root efficiency. Humic stimulates root branching, plant enzyme function, and plant immune systems. Humic can be used on foliage to provide a natural barrier to pests, pathogens and other attackers. These comprehensive products can be used from start to finish in your garden because they ensure early vigor in seedlings and clones, hastens maturity and floral development, make plants better able to thrive despite heat and stress, and facilitate faster, more efficient utilization of nutrients and vitamins.

  • 00:54

    #363 From Kickstarter to Target, Title III's Good News, 2016 Marketing Plans

    in Business

    Segment 1: Chris Litster has been a member of the Constant Contact team since 2006. He has played a pivotal role in the company’s growth and product expansion and now oversees Constant Contact’s global sales and marketing strategy.  


    Segment 2: Ron D. Miller is the CEO of StartEngine, one of the nation’s only crowdfunding platforms. His success has been publicly recognized as a four-time Inc. 500/5000 Award recipient and as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year Award Finalist. As a Venture Partner, Miller brings his deep expertise as a leader and operator at many companies, which he has taken to exit. He is especially passionate about cause-based entrepreneurship and holds the trademark for "Doing Well by Doing Good."


    Segment 3: Sarah Burrows is the founder of Modern Sprout. In April of 2013, Modern Sprout launched its first product – an indoor windowsill 3-Pot Wood Planter with an internal hydroponics system hidden inside – on Kickstarter. Receiving both national and international interest, Modern Sprout raised nearly $80,000 in only 35 days. They then went on to get on the shelves at Target.


    Segment 4: Jennifer Warawa is the Global Vice President of Product Marketing for Sage. She works with her team in Sage’s accounting business all around the world to innovate and define the future global solutions Sage will develop for accountants. 


    Segment 5: Linda Forman is a CPA based in Evanston IL. She is the a past winner of the SBA accounting advocate award.


    Sponsored by Sage and Nextiva.

  • 01:28

    Gardening without Soil – Understanding Hydroponics

    in Education

    Preparing to Provide! 2ed & 4th Tuesdays each month *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ For most people, gardening involves spending some time working the soil, adding compost or fertilizer, and planting seeds. But there are many people who don’t have the land, space, time, or physical ability to do conventional gardening. So how can they still get involved in growing their own food? One answer is hydroponics, growing plants without the use of soil. There are many different setups that can be put together to meet the individuals needs. It’s a fun and productive way to grow most any type of vegetable. And for those with low water supplys, hydroponics allows you to use the water much more efficiently than simply pouring it into the ground. Also, hydroponics allows you to give the plants exactly what they need to flourish, without guessing whether or not they have enough fertilizer. So if you’re short on time, or can’t move like you used to, join us Tuesday night for a lot of information and suggestions on how you to can began growing your own vegetables, without soil. Preparing to Provide: http://www.youtube.com/user/mhpgardener Tags: MHPgardener, Gardening, vegetables, Farming, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:15

    Easy Hydroponics-Organic Nirvana

    in Science

    http://www.advancednutrients.com/nirvana Advanced Nutrients Nirvana makes your plants give you bigger flowers because its kelp co-factor extracts work specifically on the flowering pathways inside your plants (kelp is a powerful sea plant containing flower stimulator ingredients not found anywhere else in Nature).

  • 00:15

    Easy Hydroponics--Led Grow Lights

    in Science

    http://www.advancednutrients.com/articles.php?articleID=99 Check out how best to use LED grow lights to take your indoor garden to the next level. Using the Advanced Nutrients Bigger Yields Flowering System with pH-PPM Perfect Technology, you're sure to score the BIG ONE--2 lbs per light!

  • 00:55

    The Arizona Green Plumber talks Hydroponics!

    in Environment

    Join host John Smith as he talks to Jeremy Hennessy of Mesa Hydroponics. We'll learn about this "Urban Garden" store. And how you can grow plants and herbs without soil and and being a slave to Mother Nature! YOU create the ideal indoor environment!

  • 01:02

    KP Painting Party Preparing for the STEEL PULSE show Oct 4th Hampton Virgina

    in Music

    steel Pulse, the great British reggae band, will headline an outdoor show at War Memorial Stadium in Hampton this fall.


     The Reggae Stadium Splash was announced on Wedneday by promoters. Kevin Purnell, who has presented many reggae shows in the area, said it will be Steel Pulse's first appearance in Hampton.


     The show is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 4. from noon-7 p.m., with several local acts performing in support of Steel Pulse. The local acts will include Nature's Child, the always rockin' Jesse Chong, Octopus and Mighty Joshua.


     Tickets, priced at $22, are on sale now by clicking here. They will also be available for $27 (cash only) starting Monday at I Love Hydroponics (368 Newtown Road, Virginia Beach) and at Hampton Taphouse (17 E Queens Way, Hampton).

  • 00:30

    What's up with Phase 3 Derty?

    in Entertainment

    This is Cannabis Corner brought to you by The Stoner Chicks. Your host Derty Rockstar. 


    It has been a year and we are in Phase III at The Stoner Chicks Los Angeles Headquarters.


    July 2015 marks my first year of growing cannabis indoor and it has been a crazy experience. I have learned, I have gained, I have lost, I have gone absolutely mad. (In a very good way)


    Tune in to find out 


    If you want to be on the show you can do so by calling (929) 477-2689. 


    So tune in every day at 3:0pm PST (Los Angeles) and listen to Cannabis Corner hosted by Derty Rockstar .


    Disclaimer: This content is for mature adults only. Must be 18 years of age or older to listen. We do not promote the illegal cultivation or sale of Marijuana in any form. This show is for educational purposes only. 

  • 01:22

    Is Hydroponics the future of Agriculture

    in Environment

    We have a real threat to our food suply in Global Warming, Climate Change and GMO's. The average man has to turn back the hands of time and become a producer, too. I"ve seen the pracicality in Hydoponic gardening b/c I build them. But not everyone is convinced about it. Why not? Join me as I take a look at the future of our food, the current agricultural system, hydroponicss and other ways to grow your own food. 

  • 00:31

    The 411 with Danny G: Gardening Methods

    in News

    Today's episode will cover the different gardening methods: conventional soil VS straw bale gardening VS hydroponics VS aquaponics VS aeroponics. I will cover the differences between the different types, the Pro's and the Con's to each type. The goal of today's episode will be to inform the novice/first-time gardener of their choices and hopefully push them in the right direction.

  • 00:15

    Hydroponics: Scorpion Juice/Bud Factor X

    in Science

    http://www.advancednutrients.com/scorpionjuice Check out this url to discover how to impart immunity to your plants. Wouldn't you like to be free of pests and pathogens? Scorpion Juice and the soon to be launched Bud Factor X will enable your plants to resist invaders of all types, be they fungi, bacteria, viruses, or insects.