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.
Cannabis grow guideA place for all those posts related to cannabis cultivation. From seed to flower, you will get all the necessary information for a perfect crop. You will also know how to correctly dry, cure and store your buds, to enjoy these blessings of Nature at their full organoleptic potential.
This post shows the main deficiencies and excesses of macro and micro-nutrients that can affect our cannabis plants during their cultivation. If you detect deficiencies or excesses in your cannabis plants, you can now learn how to prevent them and treat them in following crops.
In this post we explain you about the deficiency and excess of iron in cannabis plants. The best way to control these problems is to know how to avoid them from the beginning. It’s not very common in indoor marijuana crops unless you use an unsuitable substrate or don't have a correct pH value.
In this post we explain how to detect and solve a magnesium deficiency or excess in cannabis plants , either indoors or outdoors.
In this post we show you how phosphorus excesses and deficiencies affect to cannabis plants. We explain you how to act in case of over-fertilisation or deficiency of this element of great importance for the cannabis plants.
In this post we show you how to detect a deficiency or excess of potassium in cannabis plants, so you can have a crop without problems and harvest the best possible quality.
In this post we show you how to identify calcium deficiency in your plants. This nutrient imbalance is difficult to detect, so you must pay close attention to the development of your marijuana plants. In case of deficiency of this element, you should quickly treat the plants in order to avoid a loss of quality and quantity of the harvest.
In this post we explain you the different micro-elements that the plant needs, as well as their role, so you can identify and correct the possible deficiencies and excesses that marijuana plants can have during their growing and flowering.
In this post we will show you how nitrogen acts on the metabolism of cannabis plants, and you will learn a simple way to find out when your plants have deficiencies or excesses of this macronutrient.
The products derived from the neem tree, especially the oil obtained from the seeds, acts as an effective insecticide and fungicide agent for numerous crops, and also, of course, for cannabis plants. In this article, we tell you everything about neem oil, from how to get it to how to use it, as well as its composition and the main pests against which can be effective.
With the arrival of hot weather during the summer, cannabis plants can start to fall prey to a multitude of insect pests and fungal pathogens. There is a wide range of products available to combat these problems, and in this article we talk about their safe and responsible use, both respecting human health and protecting the environment.
On this article you'll learn about fungus gnats, a very common pest in greenhouses and indoor grow rooms. We tell you how to identify, manage and eradicate a pest of these small flying insects and keep your garden clean and lush.
In this post we will explain you about Alternaria, a pathogenic fungi that affects both people as to a large number of plants and agricultural crops. To know what it is, how it propagates itself and what you can do to prevent or control its appearance will be of great help to keep this fungus away from your crops and maintain your plants healthy and strong.
Fusarium can quickly ruin an entire crop, being particularly difficult to treat once it has infected the plants. In this post we explain what exactly is Fusarium, how it grows and what can we do to prevent its appearance.
On this article we tell you how to identify, treat and eradicate an infestation of aphids on your plants. These sucking insects can quickly ruin your crop if not managed properly, especially if propagation conditions are optimal.
Mealybugs normally affect plants grown outdoors. They feed by absorbing the sap of the plants, so if they aren’t detected and treated in time they can cause serious problems and compromise the growth of our crops. In this article we tell you how to identify and treat a pest of these insects.
In this post we explain everything you need to know about Mildew, from its procreation until how to fight it. Once more, we suggest you to do prevention with ecological products to avoid the appearance of pests and diseases in your plants, only using chemicals as a last and desperate option. Also, remember that a proper hygiene in the crop will save us from a multitude of headaches related with pests.
In this article we tell you about root rot, a disease caused by different root fungi that attacks a large number of plants, causing severe damages in numerous crops. Although it’s almost impossible to treat, we can prevent its appearance by following a few simple steps, which of course we share with you!
A brief summary of common pests and diseases that affect cannabis plants. Insects, aphids, molds, viruses...we have lots of potential enemies for our plants, and managing them properly is a key factor for a successful crop. Learn everything you need to prevent and eradicate these annoying guests.
Plant viruses may be confused with a number of pests or feeding problems, so proper identification is crucial when dealing with them. In this post we tell you which are the most common types of viruses found in cannabis plants, and how to prevent them.
In this post we talk about the Pythium fungus and how it affects marijuana plants. We also discuss how to control and eradicate this pathogen which is capable of quickly destroying our favourite plants. We hope this is helpful.
Thrips are a very common pest in cannabis plants, especially in indoor growing spaces or greenhouses. If you want to know ore about this pest and how to treat your plants to get rid of it, read this post!
Whiteflies are small flying insects that can ruin any crop if they have favourable reproduction conditions. In this Post we explain a little more about this insect, how to prevent its appearance and how to eradicate it if it attacks our beloved plants.
What is botrytis or gray mold? Which are the symptoms and how to avoid this fungal attack? Are there any strains especially resistant to botrytis? In this post you'll find all the iformation on this fungus, a common pest in cannabis plants.
Spider mites are one of the worst pests that can attack marijuana plants. It can completely destroy cannabis crops, specially indoors. In this post we explain the environmental conditions that favour the plague of red spider mites. We also explain how to eradicate it from our crops in case that our plants have already been attacked, using either biological or chemical methods.
In this post we present you one of the most devastating pests for the marijuana plants, the feared caterpillars which destroy the beautiful buds making lose a big part of the harvest to the outdoor growers. We show you how to fight, distinguish and act against these so voracious lepidopteran, to be able to harvest healthy and resplendent plants free of bites and fungi.
Powdery Mildew is a fungus that is increasingly present in marijuana crops. If it isn’t done an appropriate treatment it can be very damaging to our plants because it destroys totally the resin. We will see how to control Powdery Mildew on indoor, outdoor and greenhouse growing and the biological and chemical remedies that will help us to treat it
In this helpful and practical article we'll look at some simple, non-destructive ways to manage plant height and at the same time optimise light penetration and maximise the homegrown harvests from your cannabis garden, both indoors and in the great outdoors.
Aquaponics combines fish farming with the cultivation of plants. It has a long history and can be used to grow a large variety of plants including marijuana. Both warm and cold water fish can be used. This article explains the basic concepts of aquaponics and how to set up a system that will maximise yield and quality.
The Sea of Green - SOG - marijuana growing technique highly optimizes the available growing space while allowing us to perform more crops per year than with other systems. In this post we'll tell you a bit about this high-yielding growing method, following all the necessary steps to achieve excellent results.
The SCROG technique allows us to maximize the yield of our growroom with very few plants by using a single mesh or screen to train their branches. This growing system is specially recommended when growing Sativas, which can grow too much indoors and need some type of training to be grown under optimal conditions.
In this article we show you how to grow marijuana plants in a different substrate like MapIito... But, what is Mapito? It is nothing more than a mixture of rock wool and PU flakes (Polyethylene) which makes the substrate more absorbent and at the same time more oxygenated. Interesting, isn’t it? The system is the same than that used with rock wool, but with its advantages and disadvantages... You want to know more? Read this article!
In this post, we explain step-by-step how to assemble a hydroponic growing system. We itemise you all the necessary materials and products to successfully complete the assembly of an automatic irrigation and drainage system.
In this post we'll show you the main differences between the diverse hydroponic and aeroponic growing systems, as well as how to adjust the irrigation of these growing systems according to the needs of each grower.
How do plants interact with each other? Can you achieve better yields growing other plant species simultaneously? Allelopathy is a phenomenon by which a living organism has a direct impact on other organisms in its environment. In this article, we’ll tell you more about this, and explain how growing other types of plants can help you to obtain healthier and more productive cannabis.
Growing automatic cannabis plants can be simple if a number of factors are taken into account. In this article, we'll show you some common errors in the cultivation of this type of varieties and propose some solutions to help you get the maximum performance from your plants.
Cannabis plants can be grown almost any place, but sometimes certain climate conditions can destroy the efforts of the grower in no time. For this reason, a correct choice of the genetics used is crucial when growing in humid, cold climates, also if you live in dry and hot areas. In this article we tell you some of the best strains for growing in harsh climate conditions, and also a few tips that'll surely help you to improve the quality of the buds.
Cannabis guerrilla growing is the only option for many users to grow their own pot. In this article we tell you how to successfully harvest your guerrilla-grown plants with minimal risk by just following a few simple steps.
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.
Sadly, many times growers don't know what is happening below the ground. Bacteria, fungi, nematodes, protozoa, arthropods, earthworms...all of them are creating a perfect environment for the roots of our plants, and taking profit from it is a wise decision by the farmer. In this post we tell you more about Soil Food Web gardening, a technique which is increasingly used worldwide.
How to grow marijuana in soil? What kind of soil and fertiliser should we use? What is the micro bacterial life? Which plant pots should we use and how to transplant from one pot to another? Next you’ll find all the answers to these questions and a lot more tips to improve and optimize your soil crops...
Many areas offer the chance to perform several outdoor crops per year. We don't need to be in Tropical zones and have an almost constant natural photoperiod to do so. By using autoflowering seeds or cuttings and a small outdoor greenhouse we can be sure that we'll have enough buds for our annual consumption.
This post shows you, step by step, how to grow marijuana on your terrace or balcony. This way, you can get the best marijuana in the world...yours! We would also like to remind you that organic crops are more environmentally friendly and Mother Nature will reward you with her magical sunbeams!
In this post we show you the best way to move your marijuana plants outdoors avoiding the onset of flowering. Many growers, for one reason or another, grow their plants indoors and bring them to flower outdoors when temperatures allow them to do so, in the summer. By following these tips you can grow top quality marijuana plants.
In-ground marijuana crops give us the opportunity to offer our marijuana plants full freedom for their development. In this post we show you all the necessary steps to optimise the performance and health of plants grown outdoors in the ground.
In this post we show you a simple technique to hide marijuana plants camouflaging them in trees from gardens, lawns or your private land. In this way we prevent the nosy and curious from spotting our plants, and thus avoiding potential thieves of our valuable medicinal plants, so we can later enjoy their many qualities.
Growth and flowering of cannabis depends directly on the hours of light to which the marijuana plant is exposed, so it is very important to be aware of the geographical area in the world where each strain is grown. Daylight hours differ in each area depending on the season. This article tells you when it is recommended to start growing marijuana based on the country and the region you are... We also give you some advice on suitable strains for each area, according to your preferences and needs.
Overwatering is a frequent error that must be taken into account when you start growing cannabis and want to avoid losing many seeds or plants during cultivation. Learn how to prevent sudden deaths due to an excess of water when growing marijuana.
An adequate control and adjustment of the nutrient solution's pH value is essential to achieve the best results from your grow, and to make the most of the nutrients you give to your plants. In this article we take a look at some of the best pH meters on the market, as well as the materials used to adjust the water pH to the desired level.
In this blog post, we take a look at the complex world of plant hormones, talking about the wide range of effects they have, and how they control and regulate almost every aspect of our plants' lives.
Is it possible to obtain more resin from cannabis plants? And what about cannabinoids and terpenes? Can you also boost their production? In this article we answer all these questions and give you a few simple tricks to achieve higher yields in terms of trichomes quantity and quality.
Flushing cannabis plants is essential to achieve the best flavour and aroma, especially in hydroponic systems. In this article, we tell you everything you need to know about this technique so you can harvest your buds free from nutrients and other substances.
A successful harvest depends to a great extent on the condition of your plants' roots. In this article you'll see the most commonly found problems with regard to the root system, and what to do to solve them and get the most out of your plants.
In this post we explain the various photoperiods that we can offer our plants, depending on whether we want them to remain in a vegetative state or if we want them to start flowering. We show you different photoperiods from the classic 18/6h and 12/12h so that you can optimise your indoor garden to suit your needs.
The use of a light meter allows us to read the exact amount of light received by our indoor plants, very important if we want to get the most out of our crop. In this article we tell you more about these light measuring devices and how to use them to achieve a better plant development and, as a result, better harvests.
In this Alchimia blog post we take an in-depth look at automatic irrigation systems, outlining the advantages of automated watering, detailing how to set up a system, and how to use it. We've even included some professional tips to run your system optimally, increasing stability in your grow and getting the best results at harvest time!
In this post we talk about the different types of lighting that can be used for growing cannabis indoors. Learn how, depending on the needs of each grower and the conditions, we can employ different lights depending on the stage of the plant's life and also know which of them is the most efficient in terms of power consumption.
Cannabis plants can die for various reasons, even during vegetative growth. Let's see which are the most common causes and how to avoid our plants having problems during this stage, in cannabis grow spaces both outdoors and indoors.
Increasing the amount of sugars available for the plant is a key aspect to get higher yields and the best possible scent and taste from your flowers. In this article we tell you why are sugars so important for your plants and which are the best products rich in sugars on the market.
Humic and fulvic acids highly improve the properties of the soil, which is translated into healthier plants and abundant harvests. In this article we tell you what are these humic substances, how to use them and which are the best products rich in humic and fulvic acids.
Growers use a wide range of different techniques in order to control the height and size of their plants and improve yields. In this article we tell you several pruning techniques so you can get the most out of your grow!
In cannabis growing, electrical conductivity or EC is often reffered as the amount of salts disolved in water, in other words, the amount of nutrients contained in the nutrient solution. By knowing this value, you can easily shedule the best feeding for your plants while highly decreasing the risk of nutrient imbalances, something crucial if you want to get best results.
Without a doubt, flowering is one of the crucial stages in cannabis cultivation. In this article we tell you everything you need to know about the bloom period of marijuana plants so you can get the most out of your crops.
Cannabis can be grown with different substrates according to the grower's personal taste. In this article we tell you everything you need to know about the most popular growing media for growing marijuana.
How to install an indoor grow tent for cannabis plants? In this article we explain all the necessary steps to correctly mount all the devices needed in your cannabis grow box. A step-by-step guide to properly set up from the air circulation system to the grow light so you can start your grow without a problem.
To control the height of the plants is a crucial aspect in cannabis cultivation, especially indoors, but also outdoors if discretion is needed. In this article we tell you some tips to avoid (or promote if necessary) stretching plants, particularly at the beginning of the flowering stage.
Powder Feeding Enhancer is a new organic root stimulator that provides explosive growth to the root system, improves nutrient uptake and protects the plants against diverse phytopathogens. In this article we'll test Enhancer to root some clones without any rooting hormone, also after transplanting the clones.
After decades of being consigned to oblivion, modern Cannagars are the revival of the Thai Sticks, which were highly popular in USA during the 1970s. But, what are Thai Sticks and how are they made? And what exactly is inside these amazing Cannagars of today? In this article, we answer these questions and tell you everything there is to know about this interesting marijuana consumption method.
To know more about the different parts of the cannabis plant will facilitate cultivation and help us achieve better results. In this post we explain the anatomy of the plant and the main characteristics and functions of each of its parts.
If you've ever wondered exactly what makes Automatic & Fast Version varieties different from "normal" photoperiod-dependent cannabis seeds, then this article is for you! Read on as we outline the basic differences and advantages of each type to clear up any confusion.
We love all cannabis plants, but some of them stand out for their amazing look. Either for their leaf shape or growth pattern, some strains develop unique traits that really differentiate them from the rest, capturing the interest of growers and breeders around the world. In this post, you'll see some of the most spectacular marijuana varieties you can find!
At this point in time, we all know what feminised seeds are, although even today there is some confusion regarding the most common methods to produce them, and how they work exactly. In this article, we cover everything you need to know about feminised seeds and their production for the cannabis market.
Are hemp and marijuana the same? Where do these plants come from and what are their main differences? In this article, we answer these questions and go deeper into their origins, uses and cultivation methods.
Although one characteristic for which Cannabis is valued is because of its powerful aromas, some growers (sometimes out of necessity) prefer to cultivate less intensely-perfumed varieties for greater discretion and peace of mind. In this article you will find a selection of cannabis varieties that stand out for their more discreet smell during cultivation.
Resistance to moulds is one of the most sough-after traits by many cannabis growers, especially those who depend on their outdoor crops to have a supply for the rest of the year. In this article we list 7 genetics which, apart from other interesting characteristics, are highly resistant to moulds and excess relative humidity.
Are you looking for strains to improve your mood? Want to enjoy that energizing feeling of some cannabis genetics? In this post we present you 7 varieties with a common trait: their awesome, uplifting effect!
It is the prefect time to start growing autoflowering strains and obtain your reward right before summer...In this article you'll find some of the most interesting auto genetics at this moment so you can plan your next grows.
Oftenly, cannabis enthusiasts choose their next strains to grow according to their flavour. In this article we tell you which are some of the best genetics with fruity flavour, so you can enjoy a wide range of nuances reminiscent of different fruits.
In this article we take a look at some of the fastest cannabis strains on the market. While also taking into account other traits like yield or quality, we've made a list of 7 genetics widely known for their early flowering, so you can easily check which ones suit you best.
A high production of buds is one of the most sought-after traits when growers must decide which strain to grow. In this article we present you 7 excellent varieties with above-average yields, which are also easy to grow and definitely worth trying!
In this article we present you some of the most sought-after cannabis genetics in American dispensaries. While some of them have sky-rocketed in popularity in Europe over the past years, others still remain unknown for the vast majority of the public, something that we're quite sure will soon change!
Which are the most productive cannabis varieties? If we are looking fr yields, should we use feminised or regular seeds? What about automatic strains? Is the Big Bud the highest yielding variety? Here are some examples to help you choose the best genetics in regard with productivity.
It is not rare to see novice growers wondering what IBL, BX or S1 mean. While they may seem useless, these acronyms give plenty of information when we know their meaning. In this post we tell you some basic concepts of cannabis genetics so you can fine-tune your choice when purchasing seeds.
Cannabis Sativa strains are known for their long flowering periods, tall size and very special effect, happy, creative, cerebral and especially psychedelic. In this post we tell you about Sativa plants, their main features and the different types of effects and flavours that they can produce.
The main features of Indica marijuana strains are their short size, fast flowering and narcotic effect (medicinal in some cases). Indicas are easier to grow than Sativas, they are shorter and have broad leaflets, and are more suitable for domestic crops than Sativa lines.
When starting an indoor cannabis crop, many growers ask themselves: what type of seeds should I grow? In this post we tell you the main advantages and disadvantages of different marijuana genetics when grown under artificial lighting systems.
Upon the sad news of Joesy Whales' death recently, we've decided to pay homage to the man and his greatest creation, GG4 in this article where we examine the origins of this modern megalith of the cannabis world.
Zamal is one of the many names used to refer to cannabis or marijuana in some places. In this article, we explore this 100% pure Sativa strain from Reunion, a volcanic island situated on the south-east of the African continent, east of Madagascar.
Afghanistan is one of the cradles of cannabis, and represents the oldest living culture in terms of hashish production. The relationship between this land and the plant is more than evident, it is a traditional product, elaborated and used within Afghan society. In this article we tell you more about this territory and its people's close relationship with the cannabis plant.
Where and when did cannabis originate? Where did humans started growing it? In this article we take a journey through a brief, but interesting trip through the history of the relation between mankind and the marijuana plant, a relation that dates back thousands of years and that has been of great benefit for all the different societies which have somehow used it.
Since its development before 2000, Mr. Nice Seedbank Critical Mass has become one of the most popular, grown and awarded genetics in Europe, especially in Spain. In this article we take a look at the origins of this strain and review some of the best Critical Mass hybrids found in the market today.
Almost everyone knows the Haze marijuana. This sativa cannabis variety has earned its reputation thanks to its psychedelic effect and characteristic very spicy taste much appreciated by the Dutch smokers. This article will explain about the origins of this glorious plant, later used in the creation of the world's best-known varieties.
The Diesel genetics represented a very important contribution to the cannabis world. The spectacular organoleptic traits of most of its specimens, as well as its strong cerebral effect, make Diesel varieties a real treasure for many growers and breeders, who are constantly amazed by the quality of this strain. In this post we tell you the origins of this genetics, how and where it came in and which were the first hybrids developed from it.
The Skunk is, probably, the most renowned marijuana genetics worldwide. In this post we tell you the origins of this legendary strain, a true wonder for the cannabis connoisseur.
Northern Lights is one of those legendary strains of which everyone has heard about at some time. Coming from Afghani genetics, it became one of the most used strains to create new varieties. Today, hundreds of different hybrids have been developed from the Nrothern Lights, what demonstrates its unique breeding features. In this post we tell you a bit about the origins of Northern Lights, one of the most popular Indicas worldwide.
The Blueberry has become one of the most popular cannabis strains around the world. Developed during the 70's in the USA by DJ Short, hundreds of hybrids have been developed from it over the decades, what demonstrates the quality and breeding value of this excellent marijuana genetics. In this post we tell you more on the origins of this worlwide renowned cannabis strain.
Dutch Passion presents here its new autoflowering strain Think Different, an excellent choice for anyone willing to try automatic genetics. European grower "Tang" tells us his feelings about it, explaining growing tips and some of the main features of this strain.
In this post, Alchimia and Dutch Passion discuss about the Orange Bud variety, a true classic from the 80's that has created its space in many gardens of both beginner and experienced growers. If you want to know more about this splendid marijuana strain, read this interesting interview with the Dutch breeders.
TGA Subcool is an American seed breeder specialized in strains with strong medicinal potential, which has gained a great reputation amongst growers, conoisseurs and cannabis clubs and dispensaries worldwide. In this article we introduce you their main breeder, as well as some of their most renowned strains.
Growing automatic strains is very popular among many growers taking their first steps in the cannabis world. Learn about the needs of autoflowering plants to get the most out of them and achieve the best quality and production, so you can enjoy an easy and problem-free process.
Here is a grow report on one of the best varieties that we've recently tested: Key Lime Pie x Do-Si-Dos by Philosopher Seeds. In this stress test, we subjected the plants to adverse growing and feeding conditions with a result which, it must be noted, was jaw-dropping. We share all the information in this article.
Today we present you a grow report of Purple Punch x Do-si-dos from Philosopher Seeds, a strain that has surprised us for both its exceptional resin production and overall quality. Without a doubt, she is one of the most resinous plants we've ever seen, so we're quite sure she'll become a favorite for lovers of resin extracts. A true trichome factory that we're already keeping!
Today we present you a grow report of Colorado Seed's Clementine Kush, a mostly Sativa hybrid with awesome orange and Kush scent and uplifting effect. From seed to harvest, the guys at Colorado Seed show us the performance of this new and amazing cannabis strain.
Eleven Roses is one of the latest strains added to Delicious Seeds exhaustive catalogue of feminised cannabis seeds. In this grow report we'll see her performance from seed to harvest, which surprised us with an amazing amount of frosty, top grade buds. Another great strain developed by the guys at Delicious Seeds!
We present you here Metrop nutrients, a complete range of highly concentrated fertilizers for plants that provide excellent results when used with cannabis. We tell you how to use them to get the amazing results that you'll see in this article.
In this post you have a grow report of Zombie Kush, a cannabis strain developed by the guys at Ripper Seeds that is incredibly easy to grow and provides excellent results, both indoors and outside. Doubtless, a variety worth trying!
In this post you'll see the performance of Prozack from Medical Seeds under a LED lighting system and with solid organic nutrients. You'll also see the spectacular BHO that was made from these plants.
In this post we present you a grow report of the Karibeña cannabis strain preformed by the breeders from Kannabia Seed Company, where you can see how they grew this variety and the excellent results obtained.
If you haven't heard of the Jack el Frutero marijuana strain yet, which was the winner of the 2015 Canary Islands Cup, you will find this growing report truly interesting. Find out everything about its overall features, and get to know the techniques that best suit this magnificent medical marijuana strain.
In this article we will introduce you in the exciting world of marijuana tasting, both organoleptic as psychoactive. From the moment we open the container with the sample until the last exhalation during the tasting, a torrent of sensations perceived by the five senses invade our body. What we will try here is to classify and to note down these sensations evaluating them according to the taste of each one. What better way to pay tribute to the buds of that we have been taking care for months?
In previous posts we told you when to properly harvest your plants and dry them. Now we'll learn the basics of storing our buds, so we can enjoy first quality marijuana throughout the year. Storing is a key aspect of cannabis cultivation, the time when almost all work is done and we only have to keep our top grade buds with their psychoactive and organoleptic features intact.
In 2001, at the Cannabusiness fair held in Castrop-Rauxel (Germany), the Kermith trimmer machine could be found at one of the stands. Since then, marijuana trimming machines have gradually specialised. Here we present some of the most popular trimmers. Happy harvest!
In this post we tell you all the needed steps to properly dry and cure your cannabis buds. It is crucial not to forget this important process, which can ruin your harvest if not done correctly!
Here you have a translation of an article from TGA Subcool about the harvest of cannabis plants. Both the effect and taste of marijuana are directly related to its harvesting time. How to know which is the perfect time for harvest? What are trichomes and how to harvest plants depending on their colour? How to maximize your crops according to the desired effect? Here you have the answers to all these questions, with examples and personal experiences...Subcool
In this post we will see the 3 main points to consider to harvest our marijuana plants at the optimum time. Seedbank recommendations, pistils colour and trichomes size and colour will help us to determine the best harvesting date.
In this Alchimia blog post, we tell you all about the benefits of Seed Sprout Tea (SST), and show you how to make your own cheap and easy plant growth booster for your cannabis plants, rich in vitamins, minerals, phytohormones and enzymes and with only natural ingredients.
In this post, we show you different ways to use your organic waste to make top quality fertiliser in an easy and practical way. It is a widely used method by outdoor growers and its followers are increasing day by day in indoor crops by using bio fertilisers. So go for it and start composting!