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How To Germinate Cannabis Seeds

Cannabis seeds will usually remain viable for about 2 years after they are produced by a female plant. By providing better storage conditions, seeds can last for up to about 5 years. To keep them viable for as long as possible, they should be stored in an area that is cool, dark, and dry.

By |2019-03-14T06:21:28+00:00March 13th, 2019|0 Comments

Marijuana Grow Guide

Preparing to Grow

  • The Decision
  • Seeds
  • Soil
  • Lighting
  • Green Room

Growing

  • Germination Stage
  • Seedling Stage
  • Vegetative Stage
  • Sexing Plants
  • Flowering Stage

Harvesting

  • Harvesting
  • Trimming & Manicuring
  • Drying & Curing
  • Quick Dry Techniques
  • Smoking

Preparing to Grow

The Decision

The Decision

So you’re thinking about growing marijuana?

Growing marijuana can be both enjoyable and rewarding, but it can also be very stressful and taxing. There are many factors that need to be considered before you begin growing. As with making any major decision, you should consider both the benefits and risks of growing marijuana. It is not a decision that should be taken lightly, especially if the law forbids growing marijuana where you live.

There […]

By |2018-03-22T00:07:24+00:00March 21st, 2018|0 Comments

Growing Marijuana Seeds

Growing marijuana seeds in Canada and consuming your own harvest will be cheaper than buying from your dealer. What is great about growing your own marijuana is that you can enjoy smoking it when it is freshly dried. Apart from that, growing is a nice experience. Knowing that you yourself cultivated it lets you savor your smoke all the more.

 growing marijuana seedsWhat Is The Best Location For Growing Marijuana Seeds?

Before you start the planting your marijuana seeds, choose first whether you want to grow marijuana indoors or outdoors. Consider the types and lengths of seasons in your area. You would not want your plants to freeze before you harvest due to extreme weather conditions. If you have a long sunny season, then […]

By |2018-09-25T19:22:16+00:00December 9th, 2017|0 Comments

4 Basic Steps To Growing Marijuana

Growing marijuana in Canada will be a common practice for many households (well, unless you live in Manitoba or Quebec). For the rest of the provinces in Canada, each home will be able to grow up to 4 cannabis plants however growing marijuana isn't as simple as some might think.

By |2019-03-14T06:53:46+00:00December 8th, 2017|0 Comments

Equipment & Lighting for Growing Marijuana

While growing marijuana can be enjoyable as a hobby. It can be frustrating! So I am going to help you grow the best marijuana you can and hopefully avoid some of the pitfalls. We want to only grow the best because that is what every home gardener wants his garden to be, the best! So here are things you can do to help you through your seasons.

We will get into the seed and all the way into the flowering stages of marijuana. While it is easy to make a seed start to grow, many things can kill them as they break out of their little shell.

First lets go over seeds and seed-starting. Cannabis seeds come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Usually the bigger light brown seeds with […]

By |2019-02-20T15:40:27+00:00November 23rd, 2017|0 Comments

Learn the Basics of Growing Your Own Marijuana

Growing Marijuana

While growing marijuana can be enjoyable as a hobby. It can certainly be frustrating! So I am going to help give you some tips on how to grow quality marijuana and hopefully avoid some of the usual pitfalls. We want to only grow the best because that is what every home gardener wants his garden to be, the best! So here are things you can do to help you through your seasons.

In this article we will take you from seed into the flowering stages of marijuana. While it is easy to make a seed start to grow, many things can kill them as they break out of their little shell.

First lets go over seeds and seed-starting. Seeds come in a […]

By |2019-02-21T16:18:56+00:00November 22nd, 2017|0 Comments

The Cure For What Ails You: Drying & Curing Medicinal Cannabis

Along with improper flushing of nutrients from plants before harvest, another cause of the dreaded “joint that won’t stay lit and breaks off in big black chunks” is improperly cured cannabis. Curing is so much more than simply drying cannabis. It’s the penultimate step in ensuring you’re producing the highest quality medicine possible (the final step is storage, but we’ll talk about that a little later).

Curing gradually breaks down sugars and chlorophyll stored in the plant, improving flavor and combustibility. If the drying/curing process happens too quickly, these processes cannot take place and you’re left with harsh-tasting, poorly burning medicine. While cannabis can be re-hydrated (I exhale a couple of times into the container and close it up quickly, allowing a small amount of moisture to soak back into the plant material), you […]

By |2017-12-07T20:32:04+00:00November 17th, 2017|0 Comments

Medicinal Marijuana Production: The Grower’s Plight

Producing medical grade marijuana is no small task, as anyone who has attempted to do so will confirm.  The extra care and diligence required to ensure clean, safe, and potent medicine can result in sizable obstacles as well as added expenses for the grower.  Growing marijuana is one thing, growing marijuana responsibly is entirely an other.  This is something quite worthy of the patient’s attention and appreciation.

Medicinal Marijuana Production: The Growers Plight

The people who produce medicine for others, take on a real responsibility to do things right, with the interests of the patient in mind at all times.  This is just one example of how patients benefit from obtaining their marijuana from licensed growers.

With out a doubt, there are a great […]

By |2017-12-05T14:33:48+00:00November 12th, 2017|0 Comments

How To Organically Control Thrips

Thrips are a small tiny bug that can create serious devastation to your marijuana plants. Although usually easier to get rid of than spider mites they are difficult to see.

The damage they make to your medical marijuana plants looks similar to spider mite damage and is often mistaken for mites but the silvery colored blotches with little black spots in them is the tell tale sign of a Thrip infestation.

Thrips can be taken care of in a few easy steps but they need to be properly identified.

Once Identified you will probably need to get some things:

*  Monterey Garden Spray
*  Diatomaceous Earth (organic agricultural grade)
*  Bug Sprayer
*  Mosquito Dunks
*  Fly Paper
*  Electric Ultrasonic Pest Repeller
*  Measuring Spoon
*  Water