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  • Top Tips To Successfully Dry And Cure Your Fresh Cannabis Buds

    The process of growing cannabis does not stop at harvest time. Properly drying and curing your fresh cannabis stash is paramount to prevent mould contamination from taking place. These procedures w ...

  • PPFD, PAR, Lumens, and Foot-Candle for Growing Cannabis

    You might have come across terms like LUX, PAR, PPF, or PPFD when shopping around for grow lights, but what do they mean for your cannabis grow? Join us as we unravel the mystery of all those lette ...

  • Benefits of Activated Charcoal for Weed Growers and Smokers

    Activated charcoal is a very fine, black, odourless powder. The way it is manufactured gives it exceptional toxin-adsorbing properties with a wide range of practical uses, including for the cannabi ...

  • Dissolved Oxygen: The Key to Thriving Hydroponic Weed Plants

    Molecular oxygen does not hold well in water above baseline values. But with simple techniques, you can increase the amount of dissolved oxygen in your cannabis plant's water. The result is a much ...

  • Cannabis Hydroponics: Indoor vs Outdoor

    We've all seen those gorgeous pictures of hydroponic weed plants online. However, most of the time, they're pictured thriving under powerful grow lights and surrounded by fans and other electronic ...

  • Hydroponic vs Soil Cannabis Cultivation

    Whether you're about to grow weed for the first time or have years of experience, it helps to know the key differences between soil and hydro. You can achieve excellent results using both technique ...

  • Get to Know Weed Season

    Weed season dictates almost everything when it comes to growing cannabis outdoors. But it's not the same for every grower. This key cultivation window changes based on location, elevation, and more ...

  • What Makes Weed Colourful?

    Green. Purple. Red. Pink. Black. Cannabis can display a wide range of gorgeous colours that make it the centrepiece of any garden. But what gives it such unique hues? Several factors play a role, i ...

  • Can Cannabis Support Regenerative Agriculture?

    The cannabis industry is going big, and so is its pollution potential. Just like any other crop, large-scale cannabis cultivation has an impact on the environment. Regenerative agriculture might be ...

  • Cannabis Pollen: When, Why, and How to Use It

    Cannabis pollen is both revered and feared, depending on the type of grower. Although not ideal for consumption purposes, cannabis pollen is essential for breeding strains at home, and is a viable ...

  • Cannabis Bloom Boosters: Helpful or Hype?

    Bloom boosters provide a concentrated dose of all of the nutrients cannabis plants need to produce dense, sticky, and strong buds. These easy-to-use formulas enhance flowering by delivering accurat ...

  • What Are Hybrid Cannabis Strains & How Are They Created?

    Hybrid cannabis harnesses the traits of two or more cultivars to create one super-charged strain. Learn how hybrids are created, why they're important, and some of the crucial traits growers select ...

  • How To Grow Cannabis by the Moon Cycle in 2022

    There might be more of a relationship between your cannabis plants and the moon than you first realised. Learn how to grow weed according to the moon cycle, and you might just take your outdoor har ...

  • RQS Nutrients: The Best Fertilisers for Cannabis

    What makes the difference between a good cannabis plant and a great one? Well, many variables are involved, but nutrients are one of the most important factors. Below, you'll discover the best cann ...

  • How (and Why) to Grow Veganic Weed

    Demand for vegan cannabis is growing. Similar to the emergence of dairy-free, sugar-free, and gluten-free edibles, people want healthier choices when it comes to their bud. Vegan weed is considered ...

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