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vertical farming


A multi-tiered set-up in an indoor garden or greenhouse can best utilize light and make the most of floor space, but configuration takes some careful planning. Eric...

protecting plants


Prolonged dry conditions and unseasonably high heat have become a fact of life in some parts of the country and around the world over the past few years. What can you do...

Natural Weed Control


Getting rid of weeds in the garden can be an arduous task for growers who want to try to stick with natural remedies. Karen Wilkinson has some suggestions to make this...

Build the Best Organic Soil for Your Growroom


Of the gardening styles, one of the lowest maintenance ways to garden is to use rich, organic soil for your medium. If you build your soil properly, your plants will be...

Raise the Roof... and the Floor


In a prior article on indoor greenhouses, Casey Jones Fraser mentioned raising grow tents off of the floor. If you don’t know how to construct such a sturdy stand, check...

5 More Cannabis Strains That Are High in CBD


CBD-rich seeds have revolutionized the cannabis market thanks to their multiple medicinal benefits, as well as their appreciated qualities for recreational use.

Nematodes


Nematodes are among the oldest organisms on the planet and can either destroy a garden or help it thrive. Monica Mansfield gives us some inside information on these good...

How to Gain Control of Your Garden's pH, ppm, and EC Levels


EC, pH and ppm are caused by tiny molecules, but they have a huge impact on your garden. Here, Mark Boutwell explain what these things are, how to measure them and the...

Perlite Revisited for Hydroponics Gardens


Anyone looking for a hydroponics system addition that is reliable, easy to use, and is budget friendly, should try growing their next crop in perlite. Read on to...

cooking-cannabis-pears


Chef Sebastian Carosi trained at Portland’s Western Culinary Institute, apprenticed with renowned chefs in Italy, and went on to lead the Farm 2 Fork movement in New...

edibles


With an edibles revolution on the horizon, the uses for shake flour in home baking are only limited by imagination. Watermelon serves up some baking inspiration as well...

hashish


One of the oldest forms of cannabis, hashish has a long, long history after becoming popular in the Middle East more than 1,000 years ago. There are many ways to make...

Greenout


It’s never a good thing when you’ve consumed too much cannabis and begin greening out. It can be downright scary, but there are ways to prevent overindulging and steps...

Breeding with Autoflowering Cannabis


When it comes to breeding cannabis, autoflowering is one of the most basic types of genetic traits of the plant, as it follows the laws of simple recessiveness and...

cbd oil


As CBD oil undergoes ongoing clinical testing, anecdotal evidence of its benefits is increasingly backed by science. Shannon McKee explores health conditions known to be...

Experts


Aquaponics


The best way to sow a seed into an aquaponic system would depend largely on the type of seed you want to germinate. Smaller seeds such as tomatoes, capsicum, and many...

My mother plant grow chamber has an oscillating fan. It is a little cold; is there anything else I need?


If you’re using a small intake fan for cooling your mother chamber and it’s a little cold in there, try putting your intake and exhaust fans on a timer or...

reverse osmosis


We recommend waste water be used on lawns, mature trees, shrubs and other non-sensitive plants. Reuse of waste water is somewhat dependent on the contamination of source...

Can you use Epsom salts as a magnesium sulfate treatment for plants?


Yes, Epsom salt can be used as a magnesium sulfate treatment for your plants. Epsom salt is a form of magnesium sulfate that is highly soluble in water. This means it...

medical marijuana


There has been an increase of glioma patients who are considering cannabis as a treatment modality. Finding — and trusting — information about using cannabis...

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