Author: luke Mcmillan

Agricultural Organics Bloom Flower A / B


Agricultural Organics are an Australian based, owned & operated liquid fertilizer company, bringing science and nature together to give you what they state as “the most advanced floriculture feed system available”.

Commonly known to the growing community as “the yellow bottle range”,

These multi-stage nutrients cover every part of the growing cycle.


The ingredients Bloom use to formulate their range are mostly derived from either plants,

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Torus Hydro PerfectPH – Natural Ion PH Balancer

This is a revolutionary product in the field of PH stabilisation.

A new solution over the regular age-old PH up / PH down debacle.


PH is the measure of alkaline or acidity in an aqueous solution

If a solution is acidic then it has a PH range of 0 to 6.9

If a solution is alkaline then it has a PH range of 7.1 to 14

Pure or deionised water is neutral at PH 7.0


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Green Qube – Quick Qube

“The UK manufactured indoor grow tent that pops up and doesn’t give up!!”

Without a doubt, some of the strongest & best engineered grow tents in the industry, the Green Qube is basically an industrial Gazebo that is as simple to erect as it is to take down – essentially in minutes.

Green Qube tents were developed as an answering call to the needs of the grow industry for a high quality yet low cost grow tent.

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Lock Down Pads. Bugs on Lock Down!

Here at Bill and Ben’s, we value the little things as much as the big things. We could sell you a plant master 3000 with a high price tag if that’s what you need, but have you also thought about those more basic details in your grow like protecting your plants from marauding invaders?? It can and does happen.


Expensive grow setups are all well & good but if you don’t take care of the smaller details like pest control,

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PLANT RAVE?  Not quite :)

PLANT RAVE?  Not quite 🙂 🙂  


Ok, so this is my 1st official post as “The newest member of the Bill & Bens team”.


My name is Luke Mcmillan and I have taken this job on as I have a thirst to learn about the hydroponics industry, learn some minor gardening tips (which I’m sure will expand over time) & to learn about the art of self sufficiency (I moved to a house with a big garden last year &

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