Hi, growers! As you probably know, we have recently launched a new project―Grow Answers. It is a Q&A system where you can either ask for help or become the expert who helps other, less experienced growers avoid crucial mistakes. It is a new milestone for us and, since we wanted to share our joy with you, there will be a lot of presents! Get ready for the latest Hazy Summer cannabis seeds giveaway!
Hi there, growers! A few weeks ago we announced the final results of our first big giveaway. We were giving free cannabis seeds to users that added their grow journal to our new project. We have contacted our winners and started to work on getting the prizes to their rightful owners. And now it is time to tell you about our progress.
Of course, clones are a great option to multiply your best plants to guarantee excellent yields, but not only that. Clones are also perfect means of introducing new genetics, especially when it comes to the strains that have “clone-only” phenotype. However, new offspring may also bring new problems. In some cases, clones can even become a reason for a whole disaster that can ruin the entire garden.
Marijuana cultivation is a field that is constantly developing. Cannabis is a crop that has the best agricultural potential today. Many growers believe that automation is the key to success. This process has already invaded the commercial manufacture; now, it has reached home growing as well.
The cannabis industry remains one of the most rapidly growing fields in the United States. With more and more states legalizing marijuana, numerous universities are beginning to launch studies on the plant’s miraculous properties. And Florida is not an exception to the rule.
Sooner or later, every grower faces the pest problem while growing marijuana. It is more difficult to control it in your outdoor garden, but even in more secure conditions, like a greenhouse or a growing room, it may happen as well.
If you are one of the lucky people who live in a state where cultivating cannabis is legalized, and you want to try to grow your own garden, why not do it now? Growing weed is not rocket science, though it does require certain special skills and lots of your attention.
Sea of Green, or simply SOG, is one of the most popular methods of cannabis growing. The basic idea of the SOG grow method is to force your marijuana plants to start flowering earlier by putting more plants in the same space.
While most cannabis buds are green, you might have also seen some red, blue, or purple weed buds. They look beautiful and draw your attention immediately. Along with the unique deep color, purple buds usually have delicious taste and flavor of grape and berries. Some marijuana users even believe that purple marijuana buds are more potent than green ones. But can you grow purple cannabis at home? The answer is yes, and WeedGrowHub will share some useful growing tricks with you.
One of the best ways to explore the art of cannabis cultivation is to learn from the industry leaders. In May, there will be at least three interesting and informative cannabis-themed events where you can meet the cannabis industry professionals and like-minded people. Below we will tell you more about each one of these events.
If you have ever tried to grow your own cannabis, then you know that this process is not the same as growing daisies in the backyard. There are so many details and nuances that can influence the final result, so much time, energy, effort, and money you spend on it, that once you try to grow your weed, you will never complain about its price anymore.
Growing earth-friendly cannabis can not only help the planet but also save your time and money. Eco-cultivation is also aimed to create delicious, high-quality herb. Although it may require additional resources in the beginning, it is much cheaper in the long run. As the planting time is coming, here are five tips on how to grow earth-friendly weed.
What seeds you use when growing marijuana determines what crop you are going to receive in the end. And it is not only about picking the right strain, as you may have thought. It is about choosing the right type of seeds as well. WeedGrowHub will help you learn the difference between autoflowering and feminized cannabis seeds and figure out which type of seeds to use.
Most experienced growers have already faced the problem of hermaphroditism among female cannabis flowers, and it is exactly the reason why almost every article about growing pot tells you not to stress the plants.
One of the easiest ways to use all resources as wisely as you possibly can is by using marijuana hydroponics systems. But if you are a beginner, you need to choose a technique that is not only energy-efficient but also easy enough. So, what are the benefits of growing marijuana hydroponically for novice growers?
Unlike marijuana, hemp does not contain the psychoactive compound THC, so it is considered safe and even beneficial. For many centuries, people have used hemp for making different products, including paper, paint, and textiles. Now, the citizens of 21 states in America can legally grow hemp for industrial purposes. So, what are the benefits of growing hemp? For what other amazing purposes can we use this plant? Here are ten facts about growing hemp that will surprise you.
Trimming marijuana buds is one of the hardest and most low-paying jobs in the cannabis industry, but thousands of seasonal workers still arrive at marijuana farms in Northern California every summer. However, they may lose their employment opportunities when Bloom Automation launches its trimming robot later this year.
Together with the changes in cannabis legislation, new tasks and problems arise in the industry. More and more people are starting to grow weed, and the question of how to store it is becoming significant.