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marijuana pests

Stopping Marijuana Pests the Organic & Natural Way

Think about the non-human enemies of your marijuana grow room. Spider mites, broad mites, thrips, aphids, root aphids, whiteflies, powdery mildew, fungus gnats, and gray mold—those are the most common enemies of your marijuana plants. Growers use pesticides, fungicides, Neem, Azamax, horticultural soap, sulfur burners, and other methods to fight these enemies. But sometimes the […]

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marijuana grow room

Stopping Mites, Gray Mold, Powdery Mildew, Thrips & Other Marijuana Grow Room Attackers, Part 2

Marijuana growers hate spider mites, broad mites, thrips, aphids, whiteflies, scale, fungus gnats, gray mold, and other attackers that harm or kill marijuana plants. We’re giving you information about protecting your marijuana grow room to block these attackers. In our previous article, we gave strategies for armoring grow rooms so attackers can’t get in. I […]

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indoor marijuana growing

Indoor Marijuana Growing New Season Start-Up Guide

I had a nice summer off from indoor marijuana growing. I’m growing marijuana outdoors at a remote guerilla site, and thanks to BigBudsMag.com, I knew how to select the site, how to prep it, how to install plants, how to feed and water them, and how to protect them from rip-offs including the police. I […]

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Outdoor Marijuana Growing

Finding a Marijuana Garden in the Woods… And Other Stories from Your Marijuana Plants’ Enemies

Your outdoor marijuana plants need protection from enemies—both human and non-human. You’ll see an embedded video in this article about some guy finding a marijuana garden in the woods. Not fun for the grower. Marijuana enemies are especially problematic when you’re growing marijuana outdoors, but marijuana’s enemies can also harm indoor hydroponics marijuana. This article […]

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