House & Garden (Netherland)

In the last 10 years, House & Garden has become a reliable and successful supplier and producer of quality plant nutrients and stimulants.

This success has been achieved in close cooperation with scientists, laboratory technicians and physicists, each of whom specialises in a branch of botany. House & Garden nutrients have an entirely new composition, structure and method of preparation.



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House & Garden Foliar Spray - 250ML

House & Garden Foliar Spray - 250ML

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House & Garden Magic Green - 1L | Vegetative Period Foliar Spray | Mother Plant

House & Garden Magic Green - 1L

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House & Garden Magnesium MgO 8% - 1L | Cure for MG Deficiency
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House & Garden N27% Nitrogen - 1L | Resistance to Pest | Lush Growth

House & Garden N27% Nitrogen - 1L

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House & Garden pH Stabiliser - 1L | Eliminates pH Fluctuation |Stabil Osmose

House & Garden pH Stabiliser - 1L

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House & Garden Shooting Powder - 65GM | Bud Expander | Flowering Stimulator

House & Garden Shooting Powder - 65GM

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Author: Canna  

Calcium occurs throughout the entire plant. It is used for many processes in the plant, however, calcium is most important for the growth process. It has a regulating effect in the cells and contributes to the stability of the plant. Plants have two transportation systems at their disposal: the xylem vessels and the sieve vessels. Most nutrients can be transported via both systems, however, for calcium this is not possible. Since calcium can be transported almost exclusively via the xylem vessels, it is an element that deposes of little mobility within the plant. It is, t ...


Author: Canna  

Phosphorus plays an important role for all living organisms and is an essential nutrient element for plants and animals. It has a key position in the combustion processes of the cell, and in the total energy transfer of the plant. It is also a 'building block' of the cell walls, the DNA, and all sorts of proteins and enzymes. For young plants, the presence of phosphate is indispensable; about 3/4 of the phosphorus consumed during a plant’s life cycle is absorbed in the first quarter of its life. The largest concentrations of phosphorus are found in the developing parts o ...


Author: Canna  

Magnesium is an indispensable element for a.o. plants. In plants, it represents a building block for chlorophyll (leaf green), and therefore, it is essential for photosynthesis. At the same time, magnesium plays an important role in the energy transfer. Together with calcium, it is also a component of tap water, influencing water hardness. Inorganic magnesium fertilisers are produced using the same bases that are used to produce potassium fertilisers. About magnesium in short ...


Author: Canna  

Iron is a vital element for plant life. Iron has a number of important functions in the overall metabolism of the plant and is essential for the synthesis of chlorophyll. In general, iron is poorly absorbed by the plant. It can only be sufficiently taken up by the roots in certain forms and under proper conditions. Soil seldom contains too little iron, but it is possible that forms of iron that can be absorbed by the plant are lacking. The absorbency of iron is strongly dependent on the pH. Ordinarily, there is sufficient iron present in absorbable form in acidic soils. ...


Author: Canna  

Nitrogen is one of the important elements a plant needs. It is an important part of proteins, chlorophyll, vitamins, hormones and DNA. Because it is a component of enzymes, nitrogen is involved in all enzyme reactions and plays an active role in the plant’s metabolism. Nitrogen is mainly absorbed by the plant in the form of nitrate and ammonium. It can also be absorbed via small organic molecules. It is important that the balance between nitrate and ammonium is correct in the feeding otherwise the pH in the rhizosphere (environment immediately sur ...


Author: Canna  

It is necessary for all activities having to do with water transport and the opening and closing of the stomas. Potassium takes care of the strength and the quality of the plant and controls countless other processes such as the carbohydrate system. About potassium in short What is it and what does it do? Potassium takes care of the strength and the quality of the plant. Controls countless other processes such as the carbohydrate system. ...


Author: BlueLab  

What is pH? pH (short for potential Hydrogen) is the measurement of acidity and its opposite, alkalinity in a solution. Neutral pH is 7.0 pH. Acidity measures below seven pH (7.0pH) with alkalinity measuring above it (7.0pH). Why is it important to measure pH? It is important to maintain a hydroponic nutrient solution at a pH level where the elements in the nutrient solution are consistently available to the plant. If the solution is too acidic or too alkaline it can cause ...


Author: Bluelab  

What is conductivity? Conductivity (measured in ppm, EC, TDS, CF) is the total soluble salts contained within a liquid solution. Pure water does not contain salts, so it has a conductivity measurement of zero. By adding soluble elements to the water, electricity is able to move through the solution giving it a conductivity rating. So why is it important? Using hydroponics as an example, different crops grow well at different levels of nutrient strength (Electrical Conductivity - EC ...


Author: Nikki Phipps  

Standing in the fertilizer aisle of a garden or farm store, you are faced with a dizzying array of fertilizer options, many with a series of three numbers like 10-10-10, 20-20-20, 10-8-10 or many other combinations of numbers. You may be asking yourself, “What do the numbers on fertilizer mean?” These are NPK values, which leads to the next question of, “What is NPK?” Keep reading to learn more about fertilizer numbers and NPK. What Do the Numbers on Fertilizer Mean? The three numbers on fertilizer represents the value of the thre ...


Author: Zach Zeifman  

Expanded clay pebbles have been a staple of hydroponic systems for years. They’re safe and easy to use and provide plants with plenty of what they need to thrive. But that’s only if you’re going about it the right way. Apply Zach Zeifman’s tips and tricks during your next growth cycle to ensure the most success when using expanded clay pebbles in the grow room. Derived from small pieces of clay processed at extremely high temperatures, expanded clay pebbles have become a go-to grow medium for many hydro growers over the last 10 years, offering numerous benefits to gardeners when u ...