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Author: Current Culture   Date Posted: 22 June 2018  


Great White® is the most complete mycorrhizal product on the market. The cutting edge formula contains 16 different species of mycorrhizal fungi, 14 different species of beneficial bacteria and 2 species of trichoderma all in one product. ...


Current Culture H2O is a California based hydroponic irrigation manufacturing company. They design, built and distribute systems for growers that are used all over the world. Their patented 'under-current' recirculating systems are the highest grade of medical-grade horticulture. ...


Author: cch2o  

The importance of root maintenance to a healthy root system cannot be overstated. All successful growth begins with a well-developed and flourishing root mass. Roots play a crucial role in a plant’s physiology performing key functions such as absorption of water, minerals and other soluble and gaseous compounds. Roots also act to stabilize and anchor the plants and assist in keeping them upright while bearing any weight of fruits and flowers; this is especially important when growing high yielding, fruiting and flowering crops. Regardless of the growing method, it’s impo ...


Author: cch20  

Have troubleshooting questions about your Under Current system? Below you will find the most common issues growers may have when growing in the Under Current. Issues touched upon include pH instability, root health, leaf and stem growth and finally system issues. You will find the cause and effect for each issue, along with treatment regimens and preventive maintenance. Ph Instability: Potential Hydrogen (pH) is the measurement of acidity or alkalinity of a substance. In a controlled growing environment, the range of pH made available to a pl ...


Author: cch2o   Date Posted: 31 May 2017  

Our Under Current® RDWC systems are specifically designed to deliver high levels of aeration and circulation. These supercharged conditions allow your plants to uptake water and nutrients easier and more efficiently. With this increased efficiency it is very important to provide the correct amount of nutrients to your plants to ensure consistent growth rates and a successful grow cycle. High nutrient levels are one major factor that can slow down your plants growth rates and hurt your overall yields. ...