Growing Cannabis

How To Upcycle Common House-Hold Items Into Seed Starting Containers

Gardening is such a rewarding hobby, but it can also be an expensive one. There are many budget-friendly ways to grow plants, though, and starting your seeds instead of buying transplants is an excellent way to cut back on expenses. You can also save a little green by upcycling containers you have around the house for your seed-starting adventures! Egg Cartons Eggs are grocery staples in many people’s homes, so chances are you have plenty of access to egg cartons. Select the cardboard variety, as they are biodegradable and go straight into the ground or a bigger container when it’s time […]

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How to Transplant and Harden Off Cannabis Plants for Outdoor Growing

It’s that time of the year again when the northern hemisphere tilts its face toward the sun and growers here start prepping their seedlings for the great outdoors. When it comes to outdoor cannabis cultivation, there’s a lot more to the job than simply planting your seedlings in some dirt and patiently waiting for them grow. As much as they are, and do grow like, weeds, your cannabis plants must be prepared for all kinds of weather, beyond balmy. Low humidity, intense sunlight, high temperatures, and strong winds (or hot conditions that are also humid) can all negatively impact your […]

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What’s wrong with my tomato? 836 ppm, 5.96 pH.

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What might case pale leaves and black tips of this lemon balm? EC is 1500, PH is 6

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23 Days Fogponics Grow: Lettuce Takeover

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Roots in wine bottles… roottles

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Just starting out.

Hi, So I’m starting out trying to grow vegies indoors (and out) all year round. Hoping to start out with soil for seedlings and move up to a more hybrid perlite hydro and maybe later consider full hydro. I started with peppers, followed a lot of tutorials for medicinal plants, as they are so common, set up a grow tent. I did note that peppers will require more heat than normal. 100W LED lights (Viparspectra), 70cm*70cm*160cm mars hydro tent + extractor and filter (turns out I don’t need the filter, but it’s in there now). Starting with the pepper seeds, […]

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Got Old Seeds? Help Them Sprout With These Tips And Tricks

There’s something exciting about finding some long-forgotten, rare seeds. Once you have them, the challenge is to revive those genetics, especially considering they’ve been sitting in someone’s tobacco tin, basement, or garage for decades. While they look like they could germinate, you don’t have many, and you want to make sure they sprout. Is It Possible? Yes! Even seeds that are thousands of years old can germinate. But proper pre-treatment is essential, and the older the seed, the less energy it has left in storage. Seeds from annual plants aren’t often designed to last many years, part of what makes the germination […]

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When people say they prefer transparent hydro containers so they can see the roots better.

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