Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Hydroponic means growing your plants in water rather than in soil. We use the ‘Kratky Method’ which is a non-circulating technique for growing plants suspended in a net pot above a reservoir of nutrient-rich water.
The plant needs oxygen, water, and lots of light to thrive. As the plant grows and depletes the water level, a gap of moist air will form and expand between the water surface and the base of the plant. The roots in this gap become "oxygen roots," that will absorb oxygen from the air inside the jar. That’s what makes our system so easy to maintain.
Check the water level in the 'Roots TV' window by lifting the flap. In the first 3 weeks keep the water level at 'A'. Once the roots have sprouted and reach below the 'B' level you want to keep the water at that level for the rest of the plant's life. The air gap is needed to provide oxygen to the roots.
√ 1 Beautifully designed greeting card box, made from SFI certified paper. (Sustainable Forestry Initiative)
√ 1 Recyclable and reusable 16 oz glass mason jar. Made in the USA.
√ 1 Premium BPA-free, 3” heavy-duty net pot.
√ 1 Pre-seeded grow cube made from Rockwool. (Molten lava spun into cotton-candy-like material). Rockwool holds large amounts of nutrients and provides good oxygenation for growing healthy seedlings.
√ 1 packet of nutrient powder. The plant food contains everything your herb garden needs to thrive.
√ Pelleted non-GMO USDA organic seeds. The seeds are clay-covered for extra protection. The clay will slowly dissolve once it is exposed to water.
Basil is one of the easiest herbs to grow indoors, providing you can give it enough light. Basil does also well under LED or fluorescent lights. You can grow enough basil to keep your kitchen stocked all year round. The average time until harvest is 2-3 months. After your basil develops at least six pairs of leaves on a branch, its flavor and aroma are at its peak. Be sure to cut or pinch right above a leaf pair rather than leaving a stub. Cut the plant back every 3-4 weeks to encourage new growth.
Once your basil plant is 5-6 inches tall, cut the branch above the first set of leaves to allow the plant to grow outward. This will encourage your basil to develop a more bushy plant structure. Harvest a bunch of leaves as needed. Regular harvesting will keep up the growth cycle. Water the plant according to the instructions on the box and you should be able to harvest for months. Make sure to prevent the basil from going into flower otherwise the leaves will lose their flavor.
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