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Get the Only Certified Fertilizers for Organic Marijuana

Growing organic marijuana requires organic fertilizers. I’ve used all the major commercially available brands of organic fertilizers in different hydroponics systems, and in soil and soilless marijuana grow ops. I’ve experienced the sludgy mess most organic fertilizers create. The truth is, there are lots of problems with most brands of organic fertilizers. These problems include: […]

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How to Grow Pot: Soil, Soilless, and Hydroponics Systems

In our previous articles on how to grow pot, we’ve discussed basic infrastructure, equipment, and materials you need. We’ve also shown why reverse osmosis water is the best water to grow pot with. Today, we answer one of the most frequent questions we get here at BigBudsMag.com—what are the systems people use to grow pot with. Here’s a […]

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Is Organic Marijuana Tastier & Healthier?

Some marijuana growers claim organic marijuana makes better cannabis concentrates and extracts. The claim is that hydrponics “chemical” nutrients store in marijuana plants and can influence the taste and purity of buds, resin glands, and terpenoids. Before I started hanging out with people who make bubblehash and solvent marijuana product makers (butane honey oil, C02 extraction, […]

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Growing Marijuana in Soil: The Underground Facts

Before you try growing marijuana in soil, you think it will  be easy and natural. You hear people claiming that marijuana grown in soil tastes and smells better and is more natural. However, when you actually grow marijuana in soil, you discover that those ideas aren’t accurate. Here are some things to know about growing […]

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