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Marijuana Resin Glands

Grow Bigger & Fatter Marijuana Resin Glands Now!

Resin glands—the beautiful stalked round crystals of THC and other cannabinoids that glisten on your buds in bloom phase—are the real reason you’re growing marijuana. Instead of the common measurement of “grams per watt” weight some growers use to evaluate crop success, a more useful measurement of crop success would be “resin glands per watt.” […]

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Auto-Flowering Marijuana

Pushing Auto-Flowering Marijuana to Maximum Yields

Auto-flowering marijuana is popular because it’s easier and faster than growing “photoperiod” (regular) marijuana. Using feminized autoflowering marijuana, all you do is plant seeds, take care of them properly, and harvest good weed within 50-100 days max. You don’t have to worry about triggering flowering or change your lights to 12-12. Autoflower marijuana flowers when […]

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General Hydroponics Aren’t Good Enough For Your Marijuana Plants

Marijuana growers spend a lot of money on hydroponics nutrients because we want big, phat, sugary buds. We see marijuana growers using major hydroponics nutrients brands like General Hydroponics, Canna, House and Garden, Botanicare, and their marijuana plants grow, mature, and produce buds. But the question you can ask yourself is: how do hydroponics nutrients […]

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Hydroponics Marijuana & pH Perfect Perfection

I’m writing about hydroponics base nutrients known as the “pH Perfect” system. The manufacturer says if you use them you don’t have to spend your time and money on pH meters and pH Up and pH Down. Ever since I became a hydroponics marijuana grower  I knew the pH of your water, hydroponics nutrients, and […]

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