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Dankest Marijuana Strains For Outdoor Marijuana Growing

In a previous article about outdoor marijuana growing, we saw how selecting the right marijuana strains makes a big difference in how much bud you harvest outdoors. Depending on genetics, marijuana strains handle daylength, mites, powdery mildew, gray mold, drought, rain, heat, and other threats differently. What works well for an indoor hydroponics marijuana grower […]

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What Is The Secret To Gaining Marijuana Yields?

Marijuana growers spend an average of 3-4 months per crop cycle and they want the heaviest harvests with the most THC for their work. That’s why marijuana growers argue about when’s the best time to harvest marijuana. Obviously, one of the easiest ways to know is to examine the buds to see if the resin […]

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Compost Tea Supercharges Marijuana Roots

In the ongoing debate between supporters of “organic” marijuana versus hydroponics marijuana, you often hear about “compost tea.” You get faster marijuana growth, larger/stronger marijuana roots, detoxified soil and root zones, and protection against root zone diseases and pathogens when you use bioactive compost tea. If you use compost tea as a foliar spray, your […]

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Outdoor Marijuana Maximum Yield Guide

Before climate change, polar vortex winters, and Western United States drought, outdoor medical growers started their plants in greenhouses or indoors in late February and March, hardened them off, then transplanted them into full outdoor terrain in April or May. Today, I know growers who start their outdoor plants as early as December; some of […]

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TGA Subcool Marijuana Strain Review: Jilly Bean & Timewreck

I love growing different strains of marijuana rather than the same strains all the time. Shopping for new marijuana strains is what I obsess on in life. I’m always looking for rare, powerful cannabis genetics that give bigger THC, more flavor and aroma, and heavier harvests. Unfortunately, I’ve spent hundreds of dollars on marijuana seeds […]

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