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How to Grow with Coco Bricks


Incorporating coco coir, a grow medium made from coconut husks, into your indoor garden provides many benefits due to its versatility and water-holding capacity. David...

Sex and the Single Plant


The late Bob Ireland shares some tips with us for controlling the sex of your plants with growth hormones.

cloning cannabis


Some cannabis plants are so much better than others that you wish they’d just live and produce forever. While you can’t create an everlasting plant, cloning is a common...

5 Things To Know Before You Plant Hemp


Every crop has specific needs and conditions necessary to produce a successful harvest. These may include soil condition, irrigation methods, nutrition and fertilizers,...

rare strains


Exclusivity and rare treasures make people feel special. Connoisseurs and serious smokers have a dream: to be able to smoke legendary and hard-to-find strains.

natural pesticides


When it comes to dealing with pests on cannabis plants, the best way to go is using an all-natural pesticide. Chris Bond examines the different types of natural...

kandy Kush


With its high-end potency, Kandy Kush OG is a strain that will leave you absent-minded, super relaxed, and perhaps even couch locked.

Greenhouse Weeds


When it comes to greenhouse growing, weeds are still something horticulturists must deal with and eradicate. Shannon McKee shows indoor growers how to stamp out weeds...

Adventures In Vertical Gardening


If you can’t grow across due to a lack of space, try growing up. Vertical gardens are easy to set up and maintain just by applying the basic principles of container...

The Missing Ingredient: CO2


Carbon dioxide is an often overlooked aspect of indoor gardening. While plants can survive without it, even slight elevations of CO2 can greatly benefit a garden.

10 Helpful Post-Harvest Hints


Harvest time is a great time to start preparing for the next growing season. Here are 10 tips to get you started.

Growroom tech tools


Technology in the grow industry continues to evolve, making life easier for indoor cultivators. Kent Gruetzmacher takes a look at some of the high-tech tools being used...

Seed Buying 101: A Seed Gardener's Glossary


There’s a lot more to think about when buying seeds than just the type of plant you want to grow, but what does all the fine print on the package mean? Here’s a...

Raised Garden Cannabis


Marijuana grows exceptionally well hydroponically and, as writer Wiley Geren tells us, cannabis also does very well in its natural environment, growing outdoors in a...

Beneficial Microbe Populations in the Indoor Garden


Millions of beneficial microbes live in and around your plants’ roots and root zone. Even though you can’t see them, these little guys can make or break your garden.

Experts


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...

autoflowering white widow


Autoflowering cannabis is the third type of cannabis (Ruderalis genetics) that evolved originally in short summer locations. Autoflowering cannabis doesn’t have a...

What vegetables are the easiest to start growing on an apartment balcony?


If you live in an apartment as I do and want to start growing your own vegetables, start with tomatoes. They’re a staple of most diets, they’re versatile and...

humidifiers


Thank you for your question. Both warm-mist and cold-mist humidifiers can be used in an indoor garden to increase humidity levels. However, they operate in very...

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