CBN or cannabidiol is a common cannabinoid found in marijuana which is mainly produced by the degradation of its main constituent, THC. Over the past years, the interest on this cannabinoid has skyrocketed due its amazing properties, among which sleep aid stands out. In this article you’ll find everything you need to know about this compound.
What are the main aspects to keep in mind when growing cannabis with coco coir? In this post we tell you more about this interesting growing medium, focusing on watering, flushing and EC and pH of the nutrient solution. Choosing the correct range of nutrients is also crucial to get best results, so we’ll also list some of the most commonly used fertilizers with this substrate.
At some point almost all cannabis cultivators will need to apply a foliar spray of one kind or another to their plants. They could be in need of a fungicide or an insecticide; or maybe want to fertilise, to correct a nutrient deficiency or just give plants a boost. Whatever the reason, we think it’s worth doing the job properly, and in this post we’ll outline some basic measures to take every time to make sure we get the best possible results and avoid damaging our plants.
Cali Terpenes presents their new range of 100% natural terpenes at Alchimiaweb with a collection of different strain-specific cannabis terpene profiles. Thanks to the use of terpenes, we can modulate the effect of cannabinoids, improve a cooking recipe or add flavour and aroma to cannabis resin concentrates, using the terpenes as efficient solvents for diluting them. The dilution of cannabis extracts with terpenes makes it possible to use a large number of different concentrates in electronic cigarettes or vaporisers.
In this article we will show you the diaries of two automatic cannabis strains from Royal Queen Seeds and Samsara Seeds, to test the utility of the Smart Pots. To do this, we will carry out an outdoor crop sowing two seeds, one of each variety, in a smart pot of 18 L. To compare them we will sow other two seeds, using a traditional rigid white lower pot and a Smart Pot of 11 l. Next you will find the entire development process and lots of photos of the all growing phases of plants grown indoors.