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Nuanced Media Client Sea of Green Hydrogardens Discusses Fungus Gnats, Common Pest Can Wreck Havoc on Indoor Farming Environments

July 19, 2013

The Fungus Gnat, a tiny flying insect with transparent wings and similar in physique to a mosquito, have become a common issue amongst indoor grow and outdoor grow conditions. In his latest blog, Sea of Green founder Justin Cosgrove discusses these little pests and how to combat their damage.

Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) July 19, 2013

As anybody with a greenhouse knows, mold is a pain. But another pest is literally adding to the problem. The Fungus Gnat, a tiny flying insect with transparent wings and similar in physique to a mosquito, have become a common issue amongst indoor grow and outdoor grow conditions. In his latest blog, Sea of Green founder Justin Cosgrove discusses these little pests and how to combat their damage.

These little pests can lay more than 200 eggs a week. Their main diet is fungus, but also feed on plants and flowers. This affects seedlings, plants with succulent stems and roots. Sea of Green, a Nuanced Media client, has become a world leader in issues relating to hydroponics, hydroponics supplies, indoor gardening, and other areas. To learn more about the Fungus Gnat and other indoor grow issues, click this link.

About Sea of Green Hydrogardens – Founded in 1992, Sea of Green Hydrogardens has become the most widely-used online retailer for various hydroponic and greenhouse technology and information. The company promotes the education, experience, and the continued future of hydroponics, organic gardening, and various horticultural aspects for hobbyist and commercial growers. For more information, please see their website.

About Nuanced Media – Nuanced Media is a digital marketing and graphic design firm. The company specializes in strategic, multilayer marketing campaigns and efficiently crafted, user-friendly websites. Based in Tucson, the company has a variety of clients throughout Arizona, California, and Texas. For more information, please view Nuanced Media.

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