One of the most common plant diseases, powdery mildew is easily recognisable. These fungal diseases remove plants’ nutrients and cause them to become weaker and to bloom less. With hydroponic plants it’s vital to keep the environment carefully controlled and clean, as powdery mildew thrives with high relative humidity and warmth. There...Read More
Alongside aphid infestations, a common pest that affects most plants, carrots are also susceptible to a wide range of pests and diseases. Hydroponic nutrients provide everything plants need to be healthy and to provide bigger yields. Knowing how to grow carrots is essential so that any issues that arise are addressed as soon as possible and any...Read More
A deficiency in hydroponic nutrients will present with very specific symptoms and symptom combinations, with a wide range of severity levels. Plants are more impacted the longer they are left without the nutrients being balanced to needed levels. Providing your crops with Plant Magic nutrients will guarantee healthy and strong plants, which will...Read More
Certain plant pests and diseases like Pythium are very common with hydroponic growth and easily treated with products such as Pyth. Leaf blight affects crops such as tomato, rice, corn carrot, pepper, and beans. Leaf blight can be a bacterial or a fungal disease, with several pathogens capable of causing leaf blight and with plants presenting similar...Read More
Soils require more than hydroponic nutrients to ensure plants grow as healthy as they should. Plant Magic soil solutions help your crops develop strong and healthy, with high yields. Your soil’s pH level is something you need to keep in mind when growing crops, as certain plants can’t withstand either extreme. The ideal soil pH levels...Read More
Potatoes are an extremely versatile vegetable that can be grown from spring to autumn outdoors and given hydroponic nutrients for the best possible growing conditions. Certain pests and diseases can affect these vegetables and kill the plants, spreading to other healthy plants if not found on time. Knowing how to grow potatoes is more than simply...Read More
Hydroponic nutrients are vital for plants to develop healthily and to effectively conduct their processes. As a primary nutrient needed by plants, potassium (K) is required for all living cells to work properly. A PK booster, such as the Platinum - Premium PK 9-18, is a great way of addressing potassium needs in plants. From growing tomato plants...Read More
A Deep Water Culture (DWC) growing method involves suspending your plants’ roots in a highly oxygenated and nutrient-rich water solution. This allows you to grow healthier and stronger crops in an extremely convenient and easy way. We understand it may be difficult to know exactly what nutrients and how much to provide your plants - and at...Read More
Hydroponic nutrients are needed for plants to grow healthy and strong all year around. All plant nutrients belong to three main categories of primary nutrients, macronutrients, and micronutrients. These are required for plants to carry out crucial roles in their development and growth. With the high temperatures that the UK has been experiencing...Read More
Soil texture seriously affects your plants’ growth, interrupting the natural processes needed for cell growth and photosynthesis. If your soil isn’t properly maintained, or your nutrients aren’t at their best, then you won’t be able to grow a successful crop. Make sure to test your soil and make the necessary adjustments...Read More
Taking some time to think about how to organise a fruit garden will provide healthy and happy plants. When growing fruit,such as hydroponic strawberries, there are a few things to keep in mind, such as how to plant the shrubs and trees and what diseases to watch out for. Planting Fruits The first step to plant fruits is to prepare the soil and...Read More
Wet and dry soils are as common an issue as alkaline and acidic soils in gardens. With the British climate deriving widely from Atlantic influences and making the weather go from one extreme to another. Gardens need the best hydroponic nutrients to help the soil and to promote plant growth. If the soil stays wet or waterlogged with the formation...Read More
Perfect to plant throughout the entire year, growing roses in the garden creates a colourful and delightful atmosphere. Selecting the ideal roses to plant depends on what environment can be provided. Some roses can grow as tall as 30 feet (such as climbers) and some as short as 36 inches (such as miniature roses). There are also rose pests to consider...Read More
Growing your own vegetable garden can be very rewarding, as you’ll have delicious and fresh vegetables at hand for your meals. To ensure the best possible crops, you can use hydroponics to grow practically any vegetable, with vegetable boosts and other nutrients capable of being added for ultimate growth. Whether you need chilli feed or other...Read More
There’s nothing like having fresh tomatoes to use in meals, particularly if the tomato plants are just a few feet away. These plants can be easily grown outside or in a greenhouse, and it’s never too late or too early to start planning your garden and what to plant. A few tomato plant problems happen quite often and specialised products...Read More
With the British strawberry season having started approximately at the end of April, according to the British Summer Fruits association, you may be starting to think about growing strawberries instead of waiting for them to hit the shelves. Who can resist the flavour of a delicious and fresh strawberry around spring and summertime? Relatively easy...Read More
Are you trying to grow your plants? Have you noticed a lack of nutrients? Are your plants underdeveloped? Should you notice that your plants aren’t growing as well as they should be, it is worth checking the pH levels of your soil. pH levels range on a scale of 1 to 14 with 7 being neutral, values below 7 being acidic, and values above...Read More
What are Microbes? Microorganisms are the smallest, oldest and most numerous organisms in the world. They do so much for us, yet struggle to be understood. They help to bake our bread and make our cheese, they (for the most part) stop us from becoming ill and make up to half the oxygen we breathe. We cannot see them with the naked eye, so for a...Read More
Whether you are an expert who already has a thriving crop of healthy plants, or you are trying to grow your very first hydroponic yield, we can help you to grow the strong and healthy crops you have always wanted.
Here at Plant Magic Plus, our team of gardening experts work very hard behind the scenes to provide you with the high quality nutrients, additives and growing media that will help you to get the most out of your growing plants.
But we understand that successful horticulture is about more than just having good quality chemicals, nutrients or fetilisers, that's why we have written this blog to provide you with the insights, tips and techniques you will need to give your garden that extra magic touch.
From helpful advice about watering your plants in soil and a guide to magnesium nutrients, to top tips about growing hydroponic vegetables and a comprehensive overview of microbes, we’ve got everything covered.
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