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Black Market Marijuana Growing Success Secrets

In a previous article, we saw how marijuana legalization is affecting black market marijuana growers. We noted that the black market marijuana growing industry is losing market share to the white market (legal) marijuana retail industry. These losses are happening mostly in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon, with Colorado seeing the most shift away from black market […]

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Marijuana Growers Abandon Gavita for Light Emitting Ceramic & Double-Ended (DE) Bulbs in One Sunlight Supply Grow Light

As soon as the BigBudsMag.com grow team heard that corporate criminal drug war corporation Scotts Miracle-Gro bought 75% of Dutch lighting giant Gavita, we agreed to divest ourselves of our Gavita double-ended (DE) bulbs, digital ballasts, reflectors, and other Gavita equipment. We also agreed to never again spend any money on Gavita equipment. This is […]

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Buying Marijuana Seeds Online

Hate to say it but the marijuana seed selling industry is a big mess right now. I’m not talking about the marijuana seed breeding industry. That’s doing fine. There are at least a dozen cannabis seed breeders worldwide producing reliable, potent, tasty cannabis strains. There are at least 190 distinct cannabis strains made by legit […]

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Outdoor Marijuana Strains

High-Yielding Outdoor Marijuana Strain Guide

The BigBudsMag.com grower team is giving you this outdoor marijuana strain guide so you know the easy to grow, high-yielding outdoor-hardy strains… AK 47, from Serious Seeds: In North America, the emphasis is on Kush strains, along with strains created by cannabis seed breeders who’ve only been in business a couple of years. Some of […]

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