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Marijuana Nutrients Insider Secrets: The Nitrogen Story

Whether you grow marijuana in soil or soilless hydroponics, nutrients are a key to plant health, THC percentages, and harvest weight, so understanding the secrets of marijuana nutrients gives you more success in your grow op. This is the first of a series of articles providing you all the information you need about marijuana nutrients […]

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Dabs, Butane Honey Oil & Marijuana Growing…
Live On Your Radio!

Marijuana radio show pioneer James DiFalco was a child when he developed diabetes—the crippling disease that sickens people and shortens their lives. Growing up in the shadow of diabetes, James started using and growing medical marijuana in 1976, before he was even a teenager. In recent years, scientists discovered marijuana modulates blood sugar, carbohydrate metabolism, […]

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Why Marijuana Growers and Sellers are Moving to Colorado

Now more than ever, Colorado has become better than Amsterdam when it comes to marijuana tourism, marijuana growing, and marijuana selling. On New Years Day, 2014, thousands of people lined up at Colorado’s newly-opened recreational retail marijuana stores to take advantage of a new law allowing adult residents to buy an ounce of marijuana, and […]

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Hydroponics Marijuana Growers: Kill Your pH Meter Now!

Hydroponics marijuana growers have a love-hate relationship with hydroponics pH meters, and for good reason. Marijuana plants’ roots can’t absorb all the essential nutrients your plants need unless the root zone environment and nutrients water are in a narrow range of pH. People argue about what range that is, but general agreement pegs it at […]

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