Because you have made it to this article I am guessing you are here for one or more of three reasons:. Go back just a few years and all three of these points were good enough reasons to give up on your dream of growing your own produce at home. You may have heard of a company called AeroGrow. They have designed and manufactured an indoor gardening system called the AeroGarden that solves all three of the problems I just mentioned.
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We know this is a very basic tip, but believe it or not, it is one that most people ignore. If you do not read the manual, you will not know how to set the AeroGarden lights to go on or off when you want them too. You would think this it is a big deal to have the AeroGarden lights on at night, and might think it will grow better because it will have artificial light all night long, then have natural daylight during the day. This is great for greens and herbs, but this is not the natural way plants interact with light. By giving your plants too much light, it can actually be counter productive. Some plants, such as flowers, tomatoes, and other blossoming plants requires a period of darkness each day in order to produce blossoms and flowers which will turn into fruit.