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A guide for beginners how you can grow cannabis.

Hydroponic Cannabis Cultivation Is Best Done Indoors Growing cannabis does not have to be a difficult process, in fact we love pointing out that growing cannabis outdoors with minimal investment can have amazing results. In regions with long, warm summers and lots of sunshine, you can wonder whether setting up an indoor grow room is actually worth the effort. In the spirit of keeping it simple, growing cannabis outdoors usually means soil is the way to go. Indoor cannabis cultivation is a bit of a different beast, here all sorts of efficiency questions come into play. Because your “season” is much...
A clear explanation of Cannabis nutrition can open doors for growers to be more hands on with their Cannabis plants. When growing Cannabis understanding the plants requirements at each stage can be the difference between a vibrant healthy plant and one that is showing signs of a serious nutrient deficiency. Experienced growers understand that nutrition affects the final taste, aroma and experience of smoking the flowers. Here you will learn about Cannabis nutrition and which feeds to use during different Cannabis plant stages. We also explain the final flush and how to deal with common nutrient related problems with Cannabis cultivation. What Does N-P-K...
Modern day seed banks boast an extensive selection of the some of the strongest cannabis plants on Earth. Kush varieties are well known to produce potent buds and has been gaining popularity and fame over the last decade. Kush has characteristics that set this strain apart from most household varieties and have caused it to become famous as medical marijuana and popular in hip-hop culture. The specific taste and smell of Kush is often also seen as a guarantee for quality. Before every single grower on the planet knew O.G. Kush, Chem Dog and Cookies, there was a time when the...
One of the best ways of growing cannabis, especially for beginners, is to grow outdoors. Growing cannabis outdoors can be very easy and very rewarding, but this is very dependant on which strain you’re growing. Understanding which strain is best suited to your particular climate is the difference between growing, big chunky ripe cannabis plants and losing an entire crop to autumn weather. Using a strain that doesn’t suit your climate often means you’re growing something that will never have the chance to fully mature and will produce light, airy flowers at best. Don’t buy cannabis seeds that finish flowering in...
White widow is regarded as head of the “White” family. It often has been used to form other ‘white strains’ or shares genetic material with other ‘white’varieties. Other denominators are that white strains are covered in trichomes, have a high THC level resulting in a powerful high.White strains are: Blue Berry, Crystal White, Snow White and White Widow....
If you keep cannabis seeds in a plastic container in the fridge you can keep them up to five years. Germination rate after 5 years will be about 80%. Optimum temperature for cannabis seeds is 4 degrees centigrade....
Every grow starts from either cannabis seeds or clones, which route to go depends on a number of factors that should be looked at before starting. We talked about this subject with Master Kroblo, an expert grower, winner of multiple Cannabis Cups and inventor of the Root Runner plug. In this article, we share what we learned about the (practical) differences between starting from cannabis seeds or clones. These 9 cannabis clones are growing in rockwool, this medium is very popular because it is so easy to use. What Is A Cannabis Clone? A clone is a clipping from a larger...
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