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  1. What's the difference between THC and THCa?
    What's the difference between THC and THCa?
    The Difference Between THC and THCa? In purely chemical terms, THCa is the precursor, while THC is the actual compound. THC can effectively bind with the CB1 or CB2 receptors in the human body's endocannabinoid system, but the same cannot be said about THCa. Its large 3D structure doesn't allow the molecule to bind with the CB1 receptors. Also, THC’s...
  2. What is THCV and what are its benefits?
    What is THCV and what are its benefits?
    Anyone that’s been around weed for any amount of time knows that there are two main cannabinoids regular smokers are after. Those are THC, the cannabinoid known for getting you high and giggly or sleepy, depending on the strain; and CBD, the cannabinoid that is used mostly for medicinal purposes. But more people are starting to learn about a new cannabinoid - THCV. So what is this compound that may be able to contribute to your high? And what are the possible benefits of THCV? Continue reading →
  3. What causes a marijuana plant to hermie?
    What causes a marijuana plant to hermie?
    If you’ve been researching cannabis online, you might have heard people talking about “hermies” and the frustration and problems they can cause.  “Hermie” is convenient shorthand for “hermaphrodite marijuana plant”. All growers should be alert to the possibility that their plants may hermie and that they should take steps to prevent this, if possible. If not and due to genetics, then to take remedial action as soon as possible. Continue reading →

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  1. What causes a marijuana plant to hermie?
    What causes a marijuana plant to hermie?
    If you’ve been researching cannabis online, you might have heard people talking about “hermies” and the frustration and problems they can cause.  “Hermie” is convenient shorthand for “hermaphrodite marijuana plant”. All growers should be alert to the possibility that their plants may hermie and that they should take steps to prevent this, if possible. If not and due to genetics, then to take remedial action as soon as possible. Continue reading →
  2. What is a dime, key or dub of weed? 
    What is a dime, key or dub of weed? 
    Long before weed became legalized in many countries and states around the world, dealers used slang terms to represent different amounts. At the time, it was so interactions could take place without being discovered. Today, those slang words still exist. So what is a dime, key or dub of weed?  Continue reading →
  3. Can You Tell the Sex of Cannabis Seeds from Their Appearance
    Can You Tell the Sex of Cannabis Seeds from Their Appearance
    Of all the things that can trip a grower up, sexing marijuana plants may just be the trickiest. Sexing plants is so important because growers are typically after the female plants, that produce the huge THC covered buds. Or the medicinal relief that CBD strains can bring. With such opposite effects of male and female plants, it’s easy to see just how important sexing plants is. But what if growers didn’t have to wait to sex their plants? While it would certainly make life easier, is sexing cannabis seeds possible? Continue reading →
  4. Breeding 101 – How to Create Your Own Marijuana Strain
    Breeding 101 – How to Create Your Own Marijuana Strain
    Smoking is fun, and growing can be a lot of fun. But breeding marijuana and creating your own strain is where the art of marijuana becomes really fascinating. All you’re really doing when you breed marijuana is taking two plants, each of a different strain, and bringing them together to create your very own strain that is perfect for you. Doing it isn’t all that complicated, but you do have to be careful or you risk seeding, and essentially destroying, an entire crop. Continue reading →
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  1. What are cannabis flavonoids and what do they do?
    What are cannabis flavonoids and what do they do?
    It’s likely you’ve heard of terpenes, cannabinoids, and common cannabis compounds, but what about flavonoids? Flavonoids are the latest, and greatest term to get to know, when growing and consuming cannabis. Like terpenes, flavonoids are dual in purpose serving to protect the plant, while also adding to its unique characteristics. So, what are cannabis flavonoids and why do you need...
  2. Can you freeze weed?
    Can you freeze weed?
    The cannabis community is generally a pretty chilled out place, but ironically enough, there is currently a very heated debate raging about whether or not it’s a good idea to freeze weed. Continue reading →
  3. Growing Organic Marijuana: A beginners guide
    Growing Organic Marijuana: A beginners guide
    Organic marijuana can be very beneficial. Any organic plant can be described as being derived from a living organism. With organic plants, only natural sources should be used for growing mediums and nutrients. These are different from nutrients that are synthetically made in a laboratory. Growing organic marijuana consists of cultivating a garden comprised of an intricate network. Within this network are bugs, bacteria, worms and fungus. All of these help cannabis plants thrive. Continue reading →
  4. Autoflower vs Photoperiod - Which is the best cultivation style for you?
    Autoflower vs Photoperiod - Which is the best cultivation style for you?
    One of the most recent debates to come up amongst home cannabis growers is now - autoflower vs photoperiod plants. Especially as the quality of autoflowering genetics improves over time. Even more, both autoflowering vs photoperiod seeds are readily available for purchase, and each has its own unique benefits and traits. So, how is one to decide which is best...
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