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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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Care & Feeding for Healthy Marijuana Motherplants

Motherplants are a smart idea for most marijuana growers. One thing for sure is your motherplants have to be carefully maintained in a way that’s different than your regular cannabis plants. Lighting for motherplants is a mild dose of grow phase light from LEDs, light emitting ceramic, or metal halide. You try to get away […]

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Retrofitting Your Marijuana Grow Room

It’s the third week of August and I’m four weeks into a nine-week bloom phase. It’s been a wickedly hot summer. Hotter and more humid than anyone around here can remember. I had to buy a $435 portable Honeywell 12,000 BTU air conditioner because my three-ton whole-house unit couldn’t handle three 1000-watt HID lights and keep […]

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Marijuana Growers Abandon Gavita for Light Emitting Ceramic & Double-Ended (DE) Bulbs in One Sunlight Supply Grow Light

As soon as the BigBudsMag.com grow team heard that corporate criminal drug war corporation Scotts Miracle-Gro bought 75% of Dutch lighting giant Gavita, we agreed to divest ourselves of our Gavita double-ended (DE) bulbs, digital ballasts, reflectors, and other Gavita equipment. We also agreed to never again spend any money on Gavita equipment. This is […]

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