How to Choose the Right Size Grow Tent

If you’re like me, you’re an indoor gardener, not a carpenter, so it doesn’t make sense to go drilling holes in to your walls and ceiling for light hangers and exhaust vents. So if you’re dying to grow (just like I was) a grow tent would be the best option for you: no drilling, no … Read more

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Sea of Green: Bigger Harvest, Faster Yields

The Sea of Green Growing Method (or “SOG” for short) is a method of growing that will reduce growing times to yield as much as cannabis as possible in a fairly short amount of time. This method asks you to start the flowering stage earlier and train your plants to use their canopy as efficiently … Read more

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Plant Growth Regulators: Friend or Foe in the Garden?

Even if you haven’t heard of Plant Growth Regulators (PGR’s) you’ve probably used them in your garden. Except they’re called by different names: boosters, rooting agents, stimulants, etc… PGR’s are hormones that help manipulate certain aspects of a plant’s natural growth, whether it’s by stimulating growth of roots or by making sure a plant doesn’t … Read more

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Grower Q&A: Why Are My Leaves Turning Yellow?

Kamryn from California asks, “What’s going on with my leaves? They were green before they bloomed, but now a bunch of the leaves are turning yellow!” If the environment your plants is optimal- meaning the temperature, airflow, and humidity are where they should be for your plant- chances are you’re experiencing some sort of nutrient … Read more

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The Top 4 Rules of Cloning

Growers always ask us how to handle issues they’re having trying to raise clones. Some growers had problems getting clones started, but others had problems growing them, so this week we wanted to share some common issues growers face when clipping, rooting, and raising clones. Cloning Rule #1: Always Use Sterile Razors/Scalpels to Take Clippings … Read more

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Plant Strength and What You Can Do to Grow a Stronger Plant

We talk a lot about yields and harvests, but if your plants grow heavy fruit it’ll take a lot more than big flowers to get you what you want- you’ll need strong branches, too. A good yield can only be achieved if your plant is physically strong, and if your plants aren’t strong enough to … Read more

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