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President Barack Obama: Right & Wrong About Marijuana

President Barack Obama recently told an interviewer that young people should put marijuana legalization at the bottom of their political change priority list. “It shouldn’t be young people’s biggest priority,” Obama said. “Let’s put it in perspective. Young people, I understand this is important to you. But you should be thinking about climate change, the […]

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Hydroponics Marijuana Grow Guide

Hydroponics Marijuana Grow Guide

When marijuana growing expert Michael Straumietis visits marijuana gardens to help growers maximize plant health and harvest yield, the first thing he does is a safety check. He’s looking for defective equipment, hazardous chemicals, and conditions that create risk of electrocution or fire. Straumietis wants to make sure the electrical supply is adequate for indoor lights, […]

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Marijuana Cloning

Marijuana Motherplants: Root Pruning & Lighting, Part Two

Marijuana motherplants are favorite marijuana females (or males, if you’re a professional cannabis seed breeder who needs fresh pollen) that you keep alive for months or even years. Most of us only have female motherplants if we have motherplants at all, and this is the second of a series on marijuana motherplants. Motherplants are kept […]

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Marijuana Motherplants

Making the Most of Your Marijuana Motherplant, Part One

I was talking to a newbie marijuana grower who started growing in his 2000-watt home grow room in Colorado only a year ago, and when I mentioned marijuana motherplants to him, he didn’t really know what I meant. I explained that marijuana motherplants are cherished female plants kept alive in vegetative phase (grow phase) for […]

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