Fullbloom Hydroponics Launches Their Website on Hydroponics Growing Boxes
05/18/2011

The company Fullbloom Hydroponics recently launched their new website that has all the information about hydroponics growing boxes for aspiring hydroponic gardeners.

Online PR News – 18-May-2011 – – The company Fullbloom Hydroponics recently launched their new website that has all the information about hydroponics growing boxes for aspiring hydroponic gardeners. Studies show that hydroponics is the next wave in gardening. Compared to growing plants in soil, the use of growing boxes in studies have yielded 20-30% faster plant development. The ancient civilizations such as China have been using growing boxes for a long time now and the Babylonians applied this technology to create the hanging gardens.

Growing boxes are perfect for growing plants because gardeners can control the amount of sustenance such as nutrients, sunlight, water, and others. Gardeners can easily control the length of time as well as the degree to which plants are exposed to sunlight. A wide range of plants can be cultivated in these containers including organic herbs, ferns, indoor plants, flowering plants, and even fruiting plants.

A quality selection of products for hydroponic gardening are available through fullbloomhydroponics.com. The website carries quality products such as light accessories, Ballasts, Digital Lights, Fluorescent Lights, HID Lights, HPS Lights and LED grow lights, growth media like Rockwool and Stonewool and hydroponic system like drip systems, aeroponics, ebb and flow and grow boxes, grow cabinets, and grow tents as well as flowering, rooting, general, and organic nutrients and pH adjusters. The grow lights are known to promote photosynthesis by operating in the same frequency of lights that plants use to absorb light using plant pigments like chlorophyll. Blue light is known to be the most beneficial for young, tender as well as older plants and the best part is that these lights do not get warm and are power efficient, which in turn reduces the operational and overhead costs that are involved in their use.