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marijuana pests

Stopping Marijuana Pests the Organic & Natural Way

Think about the non-human enemies of your marijuana grow room. Spider mites, broad mites, thrips, aphids, root aphids, whiteflies, powdery mildew, fungus gnats, and gray mold—those are the most common enemies of your marijuana plants. Growers use pesticides, fungicides, Neem, Azamax, horticultural soap, sulfur burners, and other methods to fight these enemies. But sometimes the […]

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Outdoor Marijuana Growing

Outdoor Marijuana Growing: Time to Start Planting

Spring is here, and it’s time to start planning your outdoor marijuana growing season, which traditionally runs from March through October in most places. You want a jumpstart on your planning and planting, so your marijuana plants are rooted and ready to be put outdoors as soon as fears of frost are past. Time the […]

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marijuana grow room

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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marijuana safety

Marijuana Safety Contamination Warning

Hydroponics nutrients pioneer Michael Straumietis wants you to be sure about marijuana safety. “Marijuana legalization has led to lab testing of cannabis products,” Straumietis warns, “and the results are scary.” Straumietis, who founded and owns the only marijuana-specific hydroponics nutrients company (Advanced Nutrients) reports he’s lab tested cannabis from Oregon, California, Washington, and Colorado dispensaries. […]

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plant consciousness

Does Marijuana Have Plant Consciousness?

Marijuana growers cultivate a powerful plant that changes the deepest parts of who we are. Using marijuana, we deliver natural chemical messengers into deep structures of our brain. Marijuana compounds such as THC become part of our brain neurons, changing how we think, see, act, and feel. Marijuana’s chemical messengers bind with receptors cells throughout […]

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