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Avoid These 13 Common Marijuana Grow Room Mistakes

Michael Straumietis, a long-time professional grower who founded and owns hydroponics nutrients manufacturer Advanced Nutrients, wants to help cannabis growers avoid grow room mistakes. “Nobody warned me about mistakes that cost me lost buds, time, and money. But you’re going to avoid those mistakes and get bigger, more valuable harvests,” he says. Now let’s consider […]

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How to Grow Pot: Soil, Soilless, and Hydroponics Systems

In our previous articles on how to grow pot, we’ve discussed basic infrastructure, equipment, and materials you need. We’ve also shown why reverse osmosis water is the best water to grow pot with. Today, we answer one of the most frequent questions we get here at BigBudsMag.com—what are the systems people use to grow pot with. Here’s a […]

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Marijuana Grow Room Temperatures

Understanding Marijuana Grow Room Temperatures

The temperature and humidity of your indoor grow room are BIG factors in your plants’ performance. Michael Straumietis, founder and owner of the only hydroponics nutrients company that designs and tests its products on cannabis, remembers when he visited a 20-light grow op that had inadequate air conditioning. “They needed 6000 BTUs of cooling power […]

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How to Fix Nutrients Lockout in Your Marijuana Plants

Marijuana growers often face a grow room problem called nutrients lockout. It’s when individual nutrients elements–most often sulfur, magnesium, zinc, iron, phosphorus, or potassium–are present in the root zone but your plants can’t absorb them. Nutrients lockout can happen when your cannabis root zone has the wrong pH. It can happen when the marijuana root […]

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