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Maximum Yield Magazine had Monsanto sponsor its indoor gardening expo!

Monsanto Enters Hydroponics & Marijuana Growing Industries

At the Maximum Yield Indoor Gardening Expo in Boston several years ago, I was shocked to discover that Monsanto (a convicted GMO corporate criminal known for making chemicals that kill marijuana plants and ecosystems) was at the expo! At the Boston expo, you wouldn’t have seen the name “Monsanto.” Instead, you saw a front company called […]

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Marijuana seed breeding

Marijuana Seed Breeding Vocabulary Guide from TGA Subcool Seeds

The main man at TGA Seeds is “Weed Nerd” Subcool. He’s the driving force who’s created dozens of tasty, potent, unique marijuana strains in the past decade. We’ve talked about Subcool in many articles, and he’s written many fascinating articles for BigBudsMag.com. We asked him to provide a vocabulary list for words used in marijuana […]

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Starting Marijuana Seeds

Subcool Guide to Starting Marijuana Seeds

Marijuana seeds have many benefits when compared to growing from clones. The most helpful benefit is that marijuana plants grown from seed do not introduce pests or problems into a garden like clones can. Another benefit seedlings provide is health and vigor. Sometimes marijuana motherplants and/or clones can be old, tired, or even diseased without […]

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Despite Common Myth… Most Marijuana is not Sativa OR Indica

Marijuana growers and users often assume marijuana comes in two varieties: Sativa and Indica. But that’s never been a totally accurate statement, and these days it’s mostly inaccurate. This lack of accuracy regarding marijuana varieties has big impacts on the marijuana growers, users, and sellers. Let’s clear up the confusion… We all know that people […]

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