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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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Keeping Your Cool In The Grow Room: Air Conditioning Your Space, Part 2

In our previous article about marijuana grow-room air conditioning, we recommended that you consult licensed professionals instead of attempting amateur installation or a retrofit of your building’s air conditioning system. We also noted the unreliability of generic marijuana grow-room air conditioning formulas that cannabis growers share among each other. Let’s continue our close look at […]

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MORE Summer Marijuana Growing Success Tips

Marijuana grow room heat is hard on your plants and on your bank balance. Many of us growing right now in July are experiencing warmer than average temperatures that keep our air conditioning cranking. When grow rooms get too hot, buds become thin, plants grow too tall and weak, they suck down lots of water, […]

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Get More Marijuana Using C02 in Your Grow Room

Savvy indoor marijuana growers looking to push their girls to the limit use supplemental CO2. CO2 is a gas used by plants during photosynthesis. Photosynthesis, in turn, produces all the energy plants need to function. So it makes sense that increasing the concentration of CO2 around the plant should increase its rate of growth. Sure […]

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