If you consider yourself a seasoned grower, you may be looking for a challenge to make your routine more interesting. This kind of experience can improve your growing skills and let you dive deeply into the farming craft. Moreover, it can allow you to explore some rare strains that are difficult to find on the market.
One of the main subjects of the recent cannabis research is the importance of silicon in the plant's development. Scientists study the ways the element influences its growth and health. It appears that this nutrient is essential for proper cannabis cultivation.
Autoflowering cannabis strains are a great controversy among growers. Some people stick to this kind of marijuana, others claim that they are useless and hard to grow. In fact, autoflowering is not a thing that you have to shy away from. If you know the secrets of their cultivation, these plants will become your favorite.
Cannabis propagation is an essential topic for any grower, whether they are growing plants for a personal purpose or in a commercial setting. Both seed germination and cloning have their own benefits and disadvantages, but when it comes to choosing the most secure method, plant tissue culturing is beyond competition.
While lots of growers care about the appearance of the leaves on their cannabis plants the most, we suggest paying attention to the roots as well. Yes, in most cases, you can barely see them and, therefore, cannot say whether they are healthy or not, whether they have grown big or stayed small, but if you give them some extra care, the reward will be superb!
Sooner or later, all devoted stoners come up with the idea to experiment with cannabis cultivation themselves. Whether you are a skilled gardener or not, you can start with a single plant and see if you like it.
Have you ever noticed a “veganic” label on a cannabis product in your local dispensary? This label has only recently appeared in the cannabis community, but it has been used in the agricultural industry for years. So what does it actually mean?
An increasing number of marijuana growers prefer hydro mixtures to the traditional soil. Hydro mixtures are better for indoor cultivation as they allow to control the amount of water and nutrients added to the plant. These potting mixtures are less likely to develop mold or insects, so growers have more chances to cultivate healthy plants and get high yields.
It is definitely not fun to see how pests or vermin destroy your crop. But at the same time, it is not fun to feed your plants toxic chemical pesticides that not only hurt rodents or insects but also affect our own health, soil, and groundwater. Fortunately, there is an option that can preserve your garden and the wildlife at the same time, and we are talking about natural ways to protect the crops.
Chemical and nutrient treatments can accumulate in the soil during the growth cycle. As a result, plants may become poor-quality and have an unhealthy look. Here are a few tips on how to flush your cannabis properly and recognize the bud that has undergone this treatment.
When you are growing your marijuana, the point is to get beautiful, big (or better even giant), and potent buds. And it is achievable since growing cannabis has nothing to do with magic or coincidence, it is similar to science: you do certain things and get the desirable result. The point is to know what exactly you should do and how to do it.
A group of scientists from the Western Cooling Efficiency Center at UC Davis, California, has recently tested a dehumidifier built by MSP Technology, a New-York-based company that develops equipment for dehumidification and energy recovery. According to the researchers, MSP Technology's new device may help marijuana growers save up to 65 percent of the energy they use.
Though marijuana plants are resilient enough, they also require nutrients like any other living organism. There are two types of nutrients or fertilizers: organic and chemical. This article will help you understand which one is better for your cannabis plants, as each of them not only can improve the quality of weed but also has adverse effects that are important to consider.
There are a lot of reasons to use hydroponics systems for weed growing: it helps you cut expenses, it gives you a larger crop, and most importantly, you have 100 percent control over every step of the marijuana growing process.
Growing cannabis is not only rewarding; it can also bring you lots of positive emotions. Watching how a single tiny seed becomes a huge awesome plant with beautiful leaves and flowers is similar to raising a child.