Do You HEPA?

Using HEPA Class Filters to Provide Clean Air for Flowering Cannabis Makes a Significant Difference on End Quality I’m amazed at how many growers use unfiltered air in their grow rooms. Cannabis is definitely the stickiest plant I’ve ever grown and I use three exchanges of air per minute in my flower rooms. That’s a […]

Do You HEPA?

Grow Cannabis, Not MOLD!

The Number One Cause of “Damage” to Property, From Cannabis Growers, Is MOLD! Mold grows rapidly at 80F and 70-80% Humidity. Lower the humidity and temp and mold does not grow that well at all. Cannabis grows rapidly in a large number of environmental conditions and actually grows the finest cannabis in conditions that do […]

Grow Cannabis, Not MOLD!

DEA Misinformationists On The Net?

What Freedom of Information Act Requests Would Prove Out DEA Involvement in Cannabis DIS-Information Campaigns? I personally spent several years online helping growers learn how to grow decent cannabis. Over those years I saw new sources of incorrect information appear year after year. The passing along of this information by well intentioned growers has caused […]

DEA Misinformationists On The Net?

Root Aphid/Gnat Damage

    Treatment Root aphids and fungus gnats are best removed by breaking their breeding cycle or by wiping out the garden, throwing any unused/used medium away and starting with a clean/sterilized growing space. The breeding cycle can be broken by killing newly hatched aphids every 2-3 days for 2 weeks. Treatment must also include […]

Harlequin

Harlequin: The First High CBD Strain I Experienced Though I no longer have Harlequin (I deliberately let her die), she will always be in my memory as the first high CBD strain I came across. Since then I have come across other strains that veg faster, yield higher and inebriate even less. Harlequin has a […]

SuperCropping 101

Supercropping 101 Explaining Supercropping Quick and Simple Supercropping is the process of carefully crushing the stem of a cannabis branch, so that it can be bent down below the top of the canopy. The nodes below the crush point will grow normally for a few days and everything above the crush point will slow down. […]