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Get More Marijuana With Fewer Plants Using Bondage Techniques

How does larger yields and bigger buds with only the cost of some string and some of your time sound? Would you like to fill the same amount of stash jars while using fewer plants and taking fewer clones?  Then let’s explore the science of “plant canopy management.” It is amazing what can be accomplished […]

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Protect Your Marijuana From Pests!

There are tiny pests and pernicious diseases that can rob you of your hydroponics medical marijuana crops. In a previous article, we discussed gray mold that can rot your buds virtually overnight. In this current article, we talk about annoying creatures called fungus gnats that are a problem in many hydroponics medical marijuana gardens. Fungus […]

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Beware the Marijuana Snitches

Marijuana is legal in the state of Washington, but that doesn’t mean marijuana growers are safe from marijuana snitches and police. Especially not when police, the media and government officials make it seem heroic to be a marijuana snitch. And this is a nationwide problem…even worse in states that haven’t yet legalized marijuana. Consider for […]

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Filling the High Times Medical Cannabis Cup

Every medical marijuana user and medical marijuana grower I’ve ever known has dreamed of heading to Amsterdam some November to experience the High Times Cannabis Cup. Now, High Times has recognized the booming North American medical marijuana scene by creating High Times Medical Cannabis Cup events that take place in Denver and San Francisco, two […]

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Medical Marijuana Is Easy To Grow In Super Soil

Throughout the past 20 years, I have tried almost every possible way to cultivate our favorite Medical Marijuana plants, and while hydroponic growing is certainly faster and more productive, I have developed a soil that performs extremely well with very little guess work. I don’t have to worry about PH or PPM (parts per million). […]

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