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​Top 5 Indoor Plant Diseases to Watch Out For

When it comes to growing plants indoors, you have a lot more control over environmental factors than plants grown outside. Because of that, it is less likely that your plants will succumb to bacteria, viruses, or fungus inside. But the controlled environment does not mean your plants will never develop problems. Take a look at [...]

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Cleaning Your Reptile's Cage

The horror! It’s that time again—time to clean your reptile’s cage. It’s funky. It’s full of habitat décor, and your exotic pet is not too happy about being temporarily removed from its home. But despite all those obstacles, cleaning your reptile’s cage is essential to your herp’s long-term health. The Tye-Dyed Iguana has you covered [...]

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How to Prune Flowering Plants

Cutting parts off your plant can seem counterintuitive when what you want is for them to grow. But if you are growing flowering plants, especially those that yield a harvest like tomatoes or peppers, then pruning is an essential step for big healthy blooms and large yields. You don’t have to prune, but it’s easy [...]

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Selecting the Right Reptile Habitat Décor

At first glance this may sound like some kind of exotic pet interior design piece. But that’s not what it’s about. We’re not going to tell you what would look best in creating a reptile habitat for display because that is entirely subjective and up to you. But what this article does discuss is which décor items are appropriate [...]

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​ Maintaining Proper pH Balance for Your Plants

Maybe it sounds like a lot of work to maintain a proper pH balance for your plants. After all, you already check fertilizers for nutrient levels, check humidity in your grow room, adjust lighting, and maintain appropriate temperatures. Is pH really that important? Absolutely. Without a proper pH level, your plants can’t even absorb those nutrients you’ve so carefully [...]

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Tips for Breeding Your Own Feeder Insects

Many pet reptiles eat a diet that includes insects. Among the common exotic pets that enjoy an insect diet are bearded dragons, geckos, and chameleons. Most of these pets require the majority of their food to be live, not dried. But sometimes it’s inconvenient to buy fresh insects. When that’s the case, it can be helpful to have a [...]

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Pre-made Compost Tea vs Making Your Own

Compost tea is a mild fertilizer than promotes the growth of beneficial microbes in your growing medium and on foliage. It does not have the higher levels of nutrients that more potent fertilizers have. But it is an excellent way to boost the health of your plants by creating a more hospitable environment. It is fairly easy to make [...]

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​ Why Your Reptile Needs Extra Calcium

If you’re already a herp owner, you probably find yourself sprinkling calcium powder on crickets, cockroaches, or veggies every so often. Do you ever occasionally wonder if it’s really necessary? Well, it is. And this article tells you exactly why your reptile needs extra calcium.First, the exceptionBefore you delve too deeply into this information, ask yourself a couple questions. [...]

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Choosing a Guano Fertilizer

Does it really matter what kind of fertilizer you use for your indoor plants? After all, they all provide the same primary nutrients—nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. But the truth is that many synthetic fertilizers lack the micronutrient blend and microbial content that you can find in organic fertilizers like bat guano. Guano is one of the best organic fertilizers available, [...]

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Top 5 Misconceptions About Keeping a Tortoise

What’s the difference between a turtle and a tortoise? All tortoises are turtles, but not all turtles are tortoises. The term “tortoise” refers to the land dwelling, non-aquatic turtles. Here’s what you need to know about keeping a tortoise.Your tortoise cannot swim.Turtles that can swim look very similar to tortoises, but there are actually significant differences between those turtles and [...]

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