1. What's The Brown Residue On My AeroGarden?

    As your AeroGarden starts to sprout and your plants begin to thrive, you may start getting some brown "crust" or sediment appearing on the edges of your grow deck. Though it may be unattractive, this is totally normal. The material is not harmful and does not indicate any failure on your part or the part of the garden! What you're...
  2. Indoor Gardening 101: Plant Food is Love

    Indoor Gardening 101: Plant Food is Love
    Nutrition is Critical to a Healthy Garden When growing outdoors, plants develop elaborate root systems to search out the 13 essential macro and micro nutrients needed for growth. Properly enhanced soils grow plants faster and healthier. Indoors, it's actually easier to ensure proper nutrients for your plants because you’re working with more controlled environments, in smaller containers or using hydroponics...
  3. How to use our Rinse & Refill Siphon

    How to use our Rinse & Refill Siphon
    How to use our Rinse & Refill Siphon and the importance of periodically changing out the water in your AeroGarden reservoir.  
  4. Are AeroGrow seeds and nutrients organic?

    AeroGrow uses the same proven, patented nutrients that we’ve used since the beginning – the result of 6 years of intensive testing in our grow rooms.  Our nutrients contain no harmful pesticides or herbicides. The FDA has procedures for classifying plants as organic, but nutrients are not regulated in this way.  AeroGrow nutrients are made from mineral salts that provide...
  5. How will the App tell me if my AeroGarden needs water or nutrients?

    Your mobile device will send you Alert Notifications.   You will see the notifications on the locked screen of your mobile device, as a small red flag on the App icon, and inside your "My AeroGardens" section, also as small red flags.
  6. My plants aren't growing/appearing healthy

    If your seeds germinated but plant growth is stalled or the plants look unhealthy, it's not because they are "defective;" either they are not getting something they need, or they are getting something they don't need. Here's what to check: WATER: The problem could be that the source water you are using is "hard" or has a high mineral content. Plants grown in...

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