Your Guide to Choosing the Best Grow Tent for Your Plants & Your Budget

Ask any grower what their favorite grow tent is and you’ll probably get a whole bunch of different answers. To some it’s all about reflective power, others it’s about strong bars for heavy lights, others want the best price they can get… the list goes on. There’s tons of grow tent manufacturers out there, but … Read more

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Cover Crops: The Natural Way to Improve the Quality of Your Plants

Adding a few simple cover crops to your outdoor grow can benefit your plants in so many ways. Cover Crops are known to: Slow soil erosion, Improve the health of your soil Enhance your plants’ water availability Control weeds and pests Increase root production Increase your overall yield How? By sewing a cover crop in to … Read more

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Environmental Controllers: Helping Your Grow Reach Perfection

You could plant your garden outside, but we can’t always trust nature to give our plants what they need. That’s why we bring them inside to control their environment to guarantee quality yields. Even still, keeping complete control over your growing area can be tricky unless you’re in or near your grow room 24/7- and … Read more

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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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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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Grower Q&A: “Should I move my plants inside for winter?”

Outdoor grower Carson in Maine asks us, “Should I move my plants inside for winter?” Great question! Well, that depends on how old the plants are. Depending on how far along your plants are in their grow cycle it’s possible to bring them inside to keep them safe from winter’s wrath. Light Deprivation: Keeping Your … Read more

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