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Best Lighting for Autoflowering Marijuana

In our series on autoflowering marijuana, we’ve explained the difference between autoflowering and photoperiod cannabis, and pointed out that some autoflowering strains can equal the potency and yields delivered by photoperiod cannabis. We also shared with you the dozen best autoflowering marijuana strains. One convenient thing about autoflowering marijuana is you don’t have to switch […]

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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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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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Growing Marijuana the Cheap Way

Before my marriage broke up and I lost everything, I had a sweet marijuana grow op. It had taken three years, and about $5,000, to build and equip. I was clearing an average of 51 pounds of premium bud per year and I loved growing marijuana in my customized grow op. I had total climate […]

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Marijuana Flowering Phase Success Secrets

Marijuana flowering phase is the payoff phase for growers, and we’re giving you success secrets so you get bigger, more potent buds. Here we go… Control Temperature & Humidity: Lights-on grow room temperatures above 74F in grow rooms without added C02, and above 83F in grow rooms with added C02, make buds airy and poorly-formed. […]

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