Grozine Hydroponics Articles Contributors
Grozine Hydroponics Articles Contributors are foundational in delivering useful and in-depth information about growing crops with modern techniques in grow lighting, hydroponics fertilizer & supplements, environmental automation that engage, inform and educate gardeners.
These experts in their chosen respective fields are at the at the top of their class in written thought provoking grow tips and cultivation technology talks that modern indoor and greenhouse gardeners can take to the bank.
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Casey Jones Fraser is an obsessed gardener.
He grows veggies, herbs, and flowers with both traditional and hydroponic methods. His years of botanical experiences have taken him everywhere from Jamaica to Northern California on a quest for more knowledge. You can read his articles in various hydroponics magazines, or visit his retail shop: Garden Grove Organics in the Northern Kentucky region of Greater Cincinnati.
Brandon Pillon grow up with a love of nature.
Always asking the Why and the How. After high school and working for a few years, Brandon felt the need to itch his inquisitive mind and enrolled in the millwright program at the local college to learn how machines work and how to build, and repair them. Graduating with honors, but into a recession and a none existent job market, he decided to ride out the recession by re-enrolling in the horticulture program at the local college, to turn his favourite past time into a career. Learning the science and technology behind growing is a passion that continue through Brandon’s continued interest and work in the field of horticulture can
Frazer Love knew his life was etched in stone after…
meeting a fellow UGA student, fully involved in a double major in horticulture and business management. The next step was taking his passion to the next level by packing his college apartment with hydro equipment and mushroom cultivation projects. These home projects turned into a desire to make this his life’s work. Since 2005, Frazer has worked with various hydroponics shops (Atlantis Hydro & Flora Hydro) where he served and serves respectively as the branch manager.
As if working fulltime at a hydro shop wasn’t enough, he started his own CSA. He built Perpetual Harvest from the ground up, literally. This tiny sub-acre urban farm has given Frazer the gift of feeding the stomach and brains of his family and friends. “Through my work and writing I look to inspire others in the hopes that gardening brings them as much peace as it has brought me”
SCOTT THOMPSON-MONTAGUE is DEEPLY ROOTED IN THE GROWING INDUSTRY
“I FIND MYSELF CONSTANTLY SEEKING OUT NEW AND IMPROVED WAYS TO CONSTANTLY BETTER MY EVER EXPANDING LIFE IN THE GARDENING COMMUNITY. GOOD FOOD (HOME GROWN), FRIENDS, AND ADVENTURES ARE WHAT MAKE MY DAYS COMPLETE. WHEN I’M NOT CLONING OR GARDENING I CAN BE FOUND RELAXING IN NATURE WITH MY DOGS, TRYING A NEW RECIPE OR PONDERING WAYS TO ENRICH MY LIFE AND THE LIVES OF THOSE WHO I CARE ABOUT. BEING ABLE TO CONTRIBUTE AND HELP OTHERS ARE THE NUTRIENTS MY SOUL THRIVES ON. KEEP IT GREEN!”
Jordan Gartenhaus is one of those people that always tries to figure out how or why things work the way they do.
To that end he earned a BS in mechanical engineering, but shortly after graduating he realized his time spent in school created more questions about everything around him than answers. In an effort to prevent from overwhelming himself now he focuses just on making gardens as fruitful as is scientifically possible. He spends a lot of his time optimizing grow spaces to make the most of the resources available, and also strongly advocates quality automation systems. He would since he co-owns a company that designs and sells their own automation equipment, but despite the conflict of interest he actually does provide excellent insight into the “how” and “why” of gardening.
Jeff Edwards has been a fixture in the hobby hydroponic industry since 1988.
Prior to joining, he was the Assistant Director at NORML. Jeff went on to found and operate Home Harvest Garden Supply as a retail and ecommerce concern for the next 24 years. He is a founding and current board member of the Progressive Gardening Trade Association, formerly known as the Hydroponic Merchants Association. More recently, he has been offering marketing, advertising, and web development services to manufacturers, distributor and retail hydroponic businesses. He also hates typos.
lb is a hard working member of the hydroponics industry that likes to share…
his knowledge-and ability for achieving extraordinairy yields with his fellow megawattage minded horticulturalists, that is! He’s always working on improving crops, or if your prefer: taking clones 2 zones!