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Marijuana Nutrients

Hydroponics Company Announces New Marijuana Nutrients

Nearly 20 years ago, I was a teenager and beginner marijuana grower at a hydroponics store near Vancouver, Canada. It was my first visit to that particular hydroponics store and I was looking for marijuana growing guidance, fertilizers, and equipment. There were dozens of other hydroponics stores in the area, and I’d been to all […]

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Michigan Hydroponics Store Survives War on Hydroponics Marijuana

When you look at our marijuana world today—medical marijuana dispensaries, legal industrial-sized marijuana grow ops, marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington, High Times holding the Cannabis Cup in America instead of only in Amsterdam—it’s hard to believe that only a few years ago was the most horrific day in hydroponics marijuana history. It was October […]

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Medical Hydroponics Marijuana Grow Phase Power Plays

The first weeks of your medical marijuana plants’ lives until you flower them are almost as important as bloom phase weeks, but because bloom phase is the payoff phase, most growers kind of ignore grow phase (or veg phase, as it’s sometime called). Of course we don’t ignore it completely…we obviously provide hydroponics nutrients, light, […]

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Hydroponics Marijuana pH & Hydroponics Nutrients for Marijuana

Hydroponics marijuana growers worry a lot about pH, because the pH of your root zone and hydroponics nutrients water make a big difference in your marijuana’s health and productivity. Unless your hydroponics nutrients water is in a very narrow pH range (5.6-6.2), your plants’ roots have a hard time taking in all the essential elements […]

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