CANNA hydroponics come to town.
From the August, 2013 issue
Asked what distinguishes the Cultivation Station from any of the other hydroponic shops in town, assistant manager Kai Brodersen has an instant answer: "We felt we could offer something they don't have. We have exclusive rights to CANNA, a Dutch producer of premier nutrient products." The small, regional chain opened its Jackson Road store near the I-94 overpass in late April. He points out CANNA nutrient mixes, formulated for growing plants in specific substrates: there's one for rock wool, coconut coir, water, and even actual dirt.
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