Flushing Plants, Why It Is a Good Idea

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Every hydroponic grower loves to see how much their garden has progressed right before harvest time. It is when you finally start to really see the results of all the effort and time and knowledge that you put into your garden.

But a lot of gardeners make the grievous error thinking that all you have to do next is to start harvesting and start enjoying the fruits of your labor. There is one essential step that will define how much you enjoy your crop: plant flushing.

The growing process packed your plant with a lot of salts and toxins that can seriously decrease the value of your effort. By just spending the last week or so flushing out your plant with a product that has the appropriate kind of chelators, you can actually avoid any salts from harming your crop quality.

Improve Taste – If you are growing your own fruits and vegetables, you are probably doing it, at least in part, to enjoy the kind of superior taste that only hydroponics can give you.

And while growing hydroponically can help increase overall sugar content and create superior textures in your produce, the nutrients required to grow hydroponically can actually harm the overall flavor.

This is why it is essential to clean all of these harmful compounds out of your hydroponics garden before you harvest. Flushing plants can take out all of the stuff in your crop that might be harming its overall taste.

Better Smell – A lot of hydroponic growers who grow flowers are often frustrated by the odor of their blooms. They are able to get the blooms to be surprisingly large and heavy, and often even very colorful, but the aroma is lacking. This can be extremely disheartening, because obviously one of the most distinctive aspects of roses and other flowers.

You can simply overcome this problem by making flushing plants an essential part of your gardening process. All those salts and other foreign elements can seriously cut down and harm fragrance and taste. This flushing process gets rid of these elements and help your crop smell its best.

More Nutritious – Everyone knows how healthy fruits and vegetables can be. Hydroponically grown fruits and vegetables can be doubly so, because the growing process packs them with a ton of vitamins and minerals that makes them a lot more nutritious than the average plant.

But their nutritious aspects can be harmed somewhat by all the toxins that build up as a natural part of the feeding process. Getting rid of these toxins ensures that your crop is every bit as nutritious as you want it to be.

Higher Price – If hydroponic growing is more than just a hobby to you, you need to make certain that you do everything that you can to fetch the highest price possible. Flushing plants is a great way to do this.

By making certain that you remove all of the toxins from the plants, you make your produce a lot more valuable. You will probably even be able to reach a broader customer base through word of mouth.

 

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2 Responses to Flushing Plants, Why It Is a Good Idea

  1. Elinor February 19, 2009 at 12:31 pm #

    couldnt agree w/you more!

  2. doug March 29, 2016 at 5:38 pm #

    Yo mike! I grow exclusively w/AN in soil.And I flush for a week w/flawless finish.But my buds are so harsh I can’t smoke ’em.Sent 2 Emails to AN over last 4 months @ this,but no reply.Please help me.If I can’t figure out what the problem is I’m going to have to switch to another brand soon.What am I doing wrong? Da Burning lungs ‘n’ throat man.

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