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MAKE SOLVENTLESS EXTRACTS AT HOME WITH ONLY PARCHMENT PAPER AND A HAIR STRAIGHTENER WHICH IS MUCH SAFER THAN BUTANE AND LESS WORK THAN ANY OTHER.

Marijuana extracting can be dangerous with all those chemicals being used that can literally blow up in your face. Continue reading “MAKE SOLVENTLESS EXTRACTS AT HOME WITH ONLY PARCHMENT PAPER AND A HAIR STRAIGHTENER WHICH IS MUCH SAFER THAN BUTANE AND LESS WORK THAN ANY OTHER.”

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getting rid of chlorophyl in my marijuana

Chlorophyl is important for your plant to use, but it is gross to smoke! Continue reading “getting rid of chlorophyl in my marijuana”

Five differences between smoking marijuana and marijuana edibles

Any food you can think of, you can find it with cannabis in it. Continue reading “Five differences between smoking marijuana and marijuana edibles”

phosphorous in your marijuana plant and how to get more of it

Phosphorous aids in root growth and vigor, being one of the most important elements in flowering and germination. Continue reading “phosphorous in your marijuana plant and how to get more of it”

potassium levels in my marijuana plant and how to get them where they need to be

Potassium supports thick stem growth, photosynthesis, Continue reading “potassium levels in my marijuana plant and how to get them where they need to be”

Nitrogen is important to have in your marijuana plant so be sure you use it! Here are some ways to increase nitrogen and how to spot when you have too much or too little.

Nitrogen is the sole chemical responsible for the production of chlorophyll, amino acids and photosynthesis. Continue reading “Nitrogen is important to have in your marijuana plant so be sure you use it! Here are some ways to increase nitrogen and how to spot when you have too much or too little.”

How to get rid of grey mold / but rot / fungus / botrytis blight on your marijuana plant or other plant

or grey mold is common and causes blights such as botrytis cinerea. This is a large problem for cannabis and also grapes, strawberries and peonies, but in references to cannabis it is usually called bud rot. Keep your plants warm, well ventilated and generally dry. Remove infected bud immediately. Usually bigger, dense buds are sadly more likely to get infected, but a rainy day can cause patches all over the plant. Darking,discoloration and drying are signs of infection. Deadened spots will stand out, but white mold is the first sign you can see and should be treated immediately to save yourself a lot of heart ache.  Look for white and fluffy buds, grey, brown, or purple buds and speckled, dusty buds. It starts as a fluffy white growth in the middle of your buds, making it hard to catch early unless you see some on the sides. This quickly becomes grey or brown, burrowing deep in the bud. The fungus spore is usually carried through wind or dirty rain water, so it is pretty hard to get on indoor plants unless you have brought outside, inside somehow. Keep air moving too so that spores never get a chance to settle and grow. Dormant spores are able to survive for a long time. Your plant also needs a wound of some sort for the fungus to get in, like from a caterpillar, training the plant, white powdery mildew and such forth, so an unwounded plant has no risk. 60-70 F is a problem temperature as well as high humidity or weather causing your plant to be wet for a long time. Your colas that are super dense stay moist inside throughout, so are big problem areas. Removing infected buds is the only way to prevent the spread since there really isn't a way yo reverse the effects, only halt them.

Botrytis blight or grey mold is very common in cannabis plants as well as grapes, strawberries and peonies, Continue reading “How to get rid of grey mold / but rot / fungus / botrytis blight on your marijuana plant or other plant”

Is overwatering bad for my cannabis plant? Is there a way to avoid it?

This is one of the most common but most easily preventable problem in growing cannabis, Continue reading “Is overwatering bad for my cannabis plant? Is there a way to avoid it?”

Copper deficiency in my marijuana plant what does it look like and is it curable

Copper plays a big role in producing healthy plants, stems, branches and new growths, Continue reading “Copper deficiency in my marijuana plant what does it look like and is it curable”

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