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  • Calcium Deficiency: Fixing Your Sick Marijuana Plant

    Calcium may not be a macro nutrient for the marijuana plant. But a calcium deficiency can have very serious effects and if left untreated, could have a negative effect on the ultimate yield of buds come harvest time. A calcium deficiency can show up in a number of ways on a cannabis plant,. It most often appears as brown spots on cannabis leaves. The good news for growers is that most marijuana deficiencies can be corrected, and that holds true for a calcium deficiency too. Continue reading

  • Potassium Deficiency: Fixing Your Sick Marijuana Plant

    In cannabis plants, potassium is a macro nutrient. Without it, a marijuana plant’s leaves are likely to yellow, brown, show burnt tips. These symptoms are of course a sign of potassium deficiency. Leaves will then eventually fall off the plant. When this happens in too many leaves, the entire plant could be at risk of dying.  Continue reading

  • Magnesium Deficiency: Fixing Your Sick Marijuana Plant

    A magnesium deficiency in a marijuana plant can be a serious problem. When a plant is suffering from it, the veins of the leaves will start to look light green or yellow in color. This is a stark contrast from the bright, vibrant green the leaves on a marijuana plant should be when it is healthy. If not treated right away, the plant may lose a lot of its leaves, which can greatly damage the plant. Luckily, treating magnesium deficiency in cannabis is relatively easy. Continue reading

  • Nitrogen Deficiency: Fixing Your Sick Marijuana Plant

    Growing a marijuana plant is exciting! However, it can also be a delicate balancing act, providing just enough of what the plant needs to grow. Any marijuana nutrient deficiency can adversely affect the plant in a large way. If either of these problems are not treated right away, the plant may die. Nitrogen is one of the main nutrients a marijuana plant needs. When it doesn’t get enough, it will start to show symptoms of a nitrogen deficiency. What are the symptoms of nitrogen deficiency you ask? Well we'll get to that in a moment. Continue reading

  • Marijuana Nutrient Deficiencies: Diagnosing your sick marijuana plant

    Nutrients are one of the most important things for the growth of a cannabis plant. Just like when humans don’t get the nutrients they need, marijuana plants can become sick, stunting their growth . There are many marijuana nutrient deficiencies so its important to know what signs of these are. Nutrients are simply the food the marijuana plant needs during all stages of growth. And when they don’t receive it, it can have a very detrimental effect on the plant. Continue reading

  • Cloning Marijuana Guide: How to clone marijuana plants

    Cloning marijuana plants is a great way to get more plants and get the exact genetics you’re looking for. So, what are marijuana clones and how can can you clone a marijuana plant? Read on to learn all you need to know! Continue reading

  • Cannabis Defoliation Guide: How to defoliate your cannabis plant

    Cannabis defoliation is a simple process of removing a marijuana leaf. Typically a few are removed at a time and it can be very beneficial for the plants.

    All that’s really needed to defoliate is a pair of scissors or a sharp razor. Many growers even prefer simply removing the leaves using their hands, as they bend and snap off quite easily. This method can be less stressful for the cannabis plant. Continue reading

  • Everything you need to know about Pineapple Kush

    Pineapple Kush is one of the most popular strains on the cannabis market today. Heavily sought-out by growers, this hybrid is one strain that has something for everyone. Continue reading

  • Marijuana Plant Anatomy: The Different Parts

    Marijuana plant anatomy is an important thing to know for growers and breeders.  Continue reading

  • Top 5 Healthy Ways to Get High

    Whether it’s being used for medicinal or recreational purposes, using marijuana can provide a great amount of relief. Or a fun way to spend time with friends. But, smoking cannabis isn’t always the healthiest choice. While it’s true that there aren’t the nicotine and other harmful toxins in marijuana, there’s still carbon monoxide. This is because when anything is combusted carbon monoxide is produced and inhaled into the lungs, creating a number of potential health hazards. For those that still want to enjoy marijuana without those harmful effects, there are healthy ways to get high. The top five of those ways can be found below. Continue reading

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