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Your Marijuana Plants Crave Root Zone Dissolved Oxygen

Your marijuana plants breathe out oxygen through their leaves, while intaking oxygen from their root zone. But many cannabis growers aren’t providing enough root zone dissolved oxygen. Their plants’ roots are suffocating and drowning. Root zone problems that diminish dissolved oxygen availability include: Soil, coco coir, or soilless mixes that are too dense without enough […]

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Stopping Mites, Gray Mold, Powdery Mildew, Thrips & Other Marijuana Grow Room Attackers, Part 2

Marijuana growers hate spider mites, broad mites, thrips, aphids, whiteflies, scale, fungus gnats, gray mold, and other attackers that harm or kill marijuana plants. We’re giving you information about protecting your marijuana grow room to block these attackers. In our previous article, we gave strategies for armoring grow rooms so attackers can’t get in. I […]

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Soil for Marijuana Growing Success, Part 3

We’ve already published two articles about soil for marijuana growing and this is the third. In the previous articles we covered: Sourcing soil that’s properly made, clean, free of sticks, excess filler, stones, pests, and diseases. Adding 5-15% extra coarse perlite to soil for marijuana growing because almost all commercial soils are too dense. Finding […]

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soil for marijuana growing

Soil for Marijuana Growing Success, Part 2

Managing the use of soil for marijuana growing is challenging but we’re giving you the info you need so you get it right. In our first article in this series, we gave you valuable information about choosing a brand of soil for marijuana growing, examining soil before you buy it, and adding perlite. Today we’re […]

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