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Marijuana Grower Dilemma: To Poison Or Not To Poison? (Part II)

In a previous article, we explained that using pesticides like Avid, Eagle 20, and Floramite on marijuana plants could damage growers, consumers, the environment and cannabis plants. Currently agricultural and landscaping poisons are not recommended for use on marijuana, and it’s unlikely any ever will be, because these poisons can be harmful to consumers when […]

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outdoor marijuana growing

Risky Business: How To Deal With All The Threats When It Comes To Outdoor Cannabis Growing

Unpredictable and extreme weather, climate change, and other environmental factors can make life challenging for marijuana growers — especially outdoor marijuana growers. In 2017, unprecedented wildfires burned millions of acres of British Columbia and parts of the US West. Growers in those areas report heartbreaking losses of plants, even entire grow houses. Indoor marijuana grow […]

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Marijuana Foliar Spray Insider Tips & Tactics

Many types of insects, molds, fungi, and diseases can attack marijuana plants. The good news is marijuana foliar spraying protects your marijuana plants. Marijuana foliar spraying is also used to feed cannabis plants through their leaves. Here are insider tips and tactics on marijuana foliar spraying… Start With Reverse Osmosis or Distilled Water. Reverse osmosis […]

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How a Few Nice Cuts Can Give You More Marijuana

You can increase the yield, strength, and health of your marijuana plants by pruning, trimming and other techniques. Let’s take a look… After at least four sets of true serrated leaves have grown on your rooted clones or cannabis seedlings, it’s time to do your earliest trim. The place to cut is on the newest […]

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