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Scotts Miracle-Gro Marijuana Dynasty: Bought General Hydroponics & Botanicare… Now Wants to Buy Marijuana Industry

Corporate criminal Scotts Miracle-Gro, allied with drug warriors and Monsanto, led by a 1% elite multi-millionaire who has hundreds of millions of dollars to burn, just proclaimed its intent to take over the marijuana growing and equipment industries. Since 2015, through a front company and via other methods, Scotts Miracle-Gro has purchased General Hydroponics, Botanicare, […]

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Growing Marijuana Using LED Grow Lights

After I read the BigBudsMag.com article about Lush LED grow lights for marijuana, I bought their Dominator XL. It cost about $750 more than if I’d bought a reflector, ballast, and bulbs to run an HID grow light that would give me the same coverage area. But I calculated the savings in electricity, bulb wear-out, […]

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5 Ways to Make Marijuana Growing Fun Again

Maybe you’ve experienced it—instead of looking forward to taking care of your marijuana plants, you resent it. It seems your cannabis plants kind of own your life, and marijuana growing is a lot of work. When it happened to me, I found ways to put the fun back into marijuana growing, and here’s how I […]

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Marijuana Grow Room Hydroponics Reflectors & Hoods Guide

Hydroponics nutrients innovator Michael Straumietis says hydroponics reflectors are a make or break item in your hydroponics cannabis grow rooms. Straumietis, founder and owner of Advanced Nutrients, says inferior reflectors waste huge amount of light, and therefore electricity. If possible, before you buy a specific reflector take a look at it when an HID bulb […]

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