Ingredients 1 3-ounce box Jell-O Gelatin Dessert powder 1 pkg. Knox unflavored gelatin (7.2g) 1/4 cup coconut oil ( infused ) 2 teaspoons Sunflower or Soy Lecithin 1/4 teaspoon citric acid 1/4 cup corn syrup 1/3 cup water (room temperature) You will also need: 2 x 1-inch silicone bear candy molds squeeze pipette 1 medium-sized mason jar and... Continue Reading →
What can go wrong? Once you know the problems that can arise and how to avoid or deal with them, you’ll grow a garden you can be proud of.
What needs monitoring? What needs to be done to make sure plants grow well? Research your plant's needs. Many cool weather plants typically enjoy temperatures in the day of 70°-75°F, and night 55°-60°F with a relative-humidity of 40%-60% for most growing plants. A water and nutrient solution system should have a temperature between 18-21°C (64-70°F). These factors vary depending on variety, selection, phase of growth that the plants are currently growing, and hardiness, some plants can tolerate stress better than others.
A basic, low-cost, reliable, indoor garden is a controlled environment typically in the form of a tent inside a room, inside a garage. You have one or two AC-powered ventilation fans, recirculating and/or one is the intake and the other is the exhaust. You have two super bright fluorescent lamps connected to a mechanical/digital timer controlled AC outlet providing the plants with their appropriate light-cycle. Your plants are contained in soil, or a basic deep water culture hydroponics system. A large plastic reservoir with multiple grow baskets containing clay pellets partially submerged in the nutrient solution being aerated by an aquarium-style air-pump that’s connected to an air-stone, creating bubbles, preventing stagnation, keeping the culture healthy.