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Marijuana strains

The Landrace Before Time: Growing The Original And Legendary Foundational Marijuana Strains

Most marijuana strains we grow today are descendants of foundational landrace strains gathered by intrepid cannabis adventurers in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s. Until the beginning of the 1990s marked the advent of accelerated hybrid cannabis breeding and a rapid increase in the number of breeders that accompanied marijuana cultivation legalization in North America, if […]

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SCROG

The Light Stuff: Best Grow Lights & Hydroponics Nutrients for Your SCROG Marijuana Plants

In our ongoing series of articles on the screen of green marijuana growing technique, more commonly known as SCROG, we’ve seen that scrogging involves painstakingly pruning and bending plants in ways that temporarily damage and stress them out. Growers recognize that SCROG plants need quality nutrition delivered efficiently, plus bountiful amounts of horticultural lighting if […]

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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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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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