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carbon dioxide and cannabis

With Global Warming Pushing CO2 Levels Higher Worldwide, Crops Are Losing Nutrients — Yet Marijuana Thrives

As climate change plays havoc on weather patterns across the globe — diminishing Earth’s polar ice caps and causing water levels to rise, from coastal Bangladesh to Miami — scientists are now discovering the adverse effects that global warming is having on many of the plants that humans rely on for daily nourishment. But cannabis […]

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Coco coir can be processed and compressed into small discs for planting and watering.

Coco Loco: Five Facts About Cultivating Cannabis In Coco Coir

Coco coir is a popular root-zone media for cannabis cultivation that, if not correctly applied, can cause problems for your crop, including harming growth rate, potency, yield — and your bank balance. But if you master the following coco coir facts and hints, you’ll be well on your way to growing high yielding, potent plants […]

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humic acid

Give Your High-Value Plants The Gift Of Organic Ancient Earth

Millions of years ago, organic materials piled up to become part of the earth’s crust and topsoil. Some of those materials became coal and oil. But others became rare materials known as humic and fulvic acid, which today you can use to supercharge your high-value plants! The humic acid story starts eons ago in bogs, […]

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The ingredients label from Connoisseur Part B bloom phase hydroponics base nutrients.

Growing Pains: Understanding The 18 Crucial Must-Have Elements For Your Marijuana Grow

Your marijuana plants need 18 essential nutrient elements or they won’t thrive, let alone survive. Through their roots they intake oxygen and water, and carbon dioxide from the air. Your cannabis also needs light energy that provides the intensity and appropriate wavelengths to grow big and healthy. However, there are 14 lesser-known fertilizer elements your […]

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