New Year 2017

New Years Resolutions for Marijuana Growers

At the beginning of every new year, you benefit from asking yourself these very useful questions:

How many marijuana plants did I grow total in the past year?

How many plants did I grow from clones? How many from marijuana seeds?

How much weight did I get per crop; how much total weight for the year?

How many different marijuana strains did I grow? What were my favorite strains, and why?

How many plants did I lose to sickness, thieves, pests, or other misfortunes?

How many people enjoyed what I grew?

What do people most enjoy about the strains I grow?

How much money did I spend on hydroponics nutrients, gear and other marijuana grower supplies?

How much money did I spend on electricity and other costs associated with my hydroponics marijuana garden?

How many hours per day did I spend gardening?

How much profit did I make off of my marijuana crops?

What marijuana growing mistakes did I make?

What hydroponics marijuana cultivation equipment and technique improvements did I make?

What did I do to educate myself about better hydroponics marijuana strains, equipment, supplies, hydroponics nutrients and growing techniques?

What if anything did I learn from other marijuana growers?

What marijuana cultivation how-to books and/or videos did I purchase?

What were the most important tips I got from other marijuana growers?

What especially unique hydroponics marijuana growing techniques did I create by trial and error, by controlled experimentation?

What are my fondest memories of growing and getting high this year?

Overall, what new strategies and skills did I learn about the art and science of growing marijuana this year?

Answering these questions will lead you to useful New Year’s resolutions.

For example, in a past year, I changed from General Hydroponics nutrients to Advanced Nutrients because the man who runs Advanced Nutrients is a marijuana grower who has grown thousands of marijuana plants.

I wanted to use the Advanced Nutrients pH Perfect hydroponics base nutrients that automatically balance pH.

Another reason I gave up General Hydroponics is that they’re owned by Scotts Miracle-Gro, a drug war company in bed with Monsanto and Bayer.

My new year’s resolutions for 2017 are:

  • Grow autoflowering strains and see how they do.
  • Make my own concentrates.
  • Examine my plants’ leaves every day with a magnifying glass.
  • Master LST (low stress training) and other plant manipulation techniques.

Now it’s your turn to make some new year’s resolutions.

With the help of, 2017 will be your best cannabis production year ever!

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