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outdoor marijuana

Outdoor Marijuana Grower Shares Bigger Yields Tips

We get letters from BigBudsmag.com readers telling us about their marijuana growing situation. If those growers provide useful cannabis cultivation advice, we share it with you. Here’s a very interesting letter we received from an outdoor marijuana grower: Dear BigBudsMag.com: I have a Bachelors of Science in Botany with an emphasis on sterile tissue culture […]

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grow room

Marijuana Grow Room Guide for Maximum Bud Size & Potency

What you do or don’t do to manage your hydroponics marijuana grow room has a huge impact on your harvest weight and bud potency. That’s why we’re giving you this exclusive description of the specific ideal conditions for growing marijuana indoors. The closer you get to making your marijuana grow room have these conditions, the […]

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autoflowering marijuana

Hydroponics Nutrients for Autoflowering Marijuana

In previous autoflowering marijuana articles we gave you the dozen best autoflowering marijuana strains. We gave you cultivation strategies and lighting specifics for maximizing your yields and potency. Autoflowering marijuana has a way shorter amount of time to grow, bud, and finish when compared to photoperiod marijuana. This greatly influences how you feed your plants. […]

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marijuana motherplants

Care & Feeding for Healthy Marijuana Motherplants

Motherplants are a smart idea for most marijuana growers. One thing for sure is your motherplants have to be carefully maintained in a way that’s different than your regular cannabis plants. Lighting for motherplants is a mild dose of grow phase light from LEDs, light emitting ceramic, or metal halide. You try to get away […]

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soil for marijuana growing

Soil for Marijuana Growing Success, Part 3

We’ve already published two articles about soil for marijuana growing and this is the third. In the previous articles we covered: Sourcing soil that’s properly made, clean, free of sticks, excess filler, stones, pests, and diseases. Adding 5-15% extra coarse perlite to soil for marijuana growing because almost all commercial soils are too dense. Finding […]

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