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hydroponics nutrients

Agents Of Yield: This Guide Will Help You Find The Most Bud-Boosting Hydroponics Nutrients For Your Marijuana Plants

As a marijuana grower and marijuana journalist, I frequently visit grow shops to study the hydroponics nutrients products they sell. While it’s true that almost any fertilizer will provide enough nutrition so marijuana plants can complete their life cycle, it’s also true that marijuana plants grow the fastest and produce the heaviest harvests, with the […]

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marijuana nutrients

Growing Weed With Marijuana Nutrients

Before I started growing my own cannabis, I bought an ounce or two of mids every month, averaging $130 per oz. The mids were brown, dry, popcorn nugs. They had no dank smell. Tasted like burnt leaves. Gave me coughing fits, and hurt my throat. This was the only kind of weed I’d ever smoked […]

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nutrients lockout

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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GMO marijuana

Bayer Monsanto Buyout, GMO Marijuana, Corporate Takeover of the Marijuana Industry

The marijuana industry– seeds, hydroponics nutrients, grow gear, grow shops, growers, retailers– is facing a big threat from some of the worst multinational corporations. Here’s the inside story: Bayer, Monsanto, Scotts Miracle-Gro, Gavita, General Hydroponics, Botanicare Bayer, an international corporation with majority control of agricultural, pharmaceuticals, health, and veterinary products markets, just spent billions of […]

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