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How to Do an Indoor-Outdoor Marijuana Grow Op

I decided to do an indoor-outdoor marijuana grow op. The reasons: I didn’t want to be running grow lights, air conditioning, and fans constantly for 18 or 12 hours a day. Didn’t want the heat problems, increased costs, and security concerns. I wanted my plants to enjoy natural sunlight and air movement. Advantages of Indoor-Outdoor […]

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Avoid These 13 Common Marijuana Grow Room Mistakes

Michael Straumietis, a long-time professional grower who founded and owns Advanced Nutrients, wants you to avoid the following common marijuana grow room mistakes so you get your biggest and best harvests ever! Not Planning Marijuana Grow Room Ahead of Time Planning includes checking the electricity supply system to see how many watts of lights and […]

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Marijuana Grow Room Temperatures

Understanding Marijuana Grow Room Temperatures

The temperature and humidity of your indoor grow room are BIG factors in your plants’ performance. Michael Straumietis, founder and owner of the only hydroponics nutrients company that designs and tests its products on cannabis, remembers when he visited a 20-light grow op that had inadequate air conditioning. “They needed 6000 BTUs of cooling power […]

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Marijuana Grow Room Man Cave

Why You Should Have a Marijuana Grow Room Man Cave

You get a lot more from your marijuana grow room when you make it a man cave. You’re in your man cave grow room more often, so you monitor your marijuana plants and grow room more often and for longer durations. You notice problems faster and easier, and fix them sooner. You notice differences in growth […]

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Fight SAD With Marijuana Growing

Fight SAD With Marijuana Growing: Get Rid of Depression

Winter is a time of cold, short days, and hiding out indoors, except for lucky people living in warm, sunny places like Florida, Hawaii, and Southern California. Many people who live in cold climates get depressed during wintertime. Doctors call it  “seasonal affective disorder,” or SAD. If you’ve been feeling more irritable, worried, or moody […]

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