Cannabis Cultivation

  • Watering Your Plant

    THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER QUALITY Watering is important for marijuana plants for obvious reasons. What may not be so obvious, however, is that the qu...
  • Tips For New Growers: KISS

    When it comes to growing cannabis for new gardeners, the rule of KISS applies. KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID. Many new growers are on the fence about venturing into cannabis gardens because there is so much information that confuses, overwhelms and ultimately deters them from taking the plunge. Before you dive any deeper into the worldwide web waters of commercial marijuana gardens, take a break, read this blog and learn to follow the simple KISS principles that will make your first grow op something to behold.
  • Lighting For Home Growers

    CONTROL LIGHTING As a good rule of thumb, make sure your plant has grown (in its middle “vegetative” stage) for a bare minimum of 4-6 weeks before ...
  • Germinating A Seed

    You can put the seed about a quarter inch to a half inch into the soil, covering it completely. The soil should remain moist but never get truly wet, and should stay at a nice, warm 75-degree temperature. do after that is wait to see the tiny sprout beginning to appear in 3 to 7.
  • Different Cloning Techniques - Propagation


    You just need to trim the healthy cuttings from healthy plants. Make sure to clip off most of the leaves, but leave the top ones intact. Dip each of the cuttings in rooting gel or powder and then place it in a Rockwool cube and place it under a CFL light.

    The ideal temperature is around 22-24*C and the humidity should be over 90%. The roots should start showing up in about 8-12 days.

    Make sure to soak the rock wool cubes in pH 5.5 water for a few hours. We sell rockwool cubes and absorbent on our Online Store

  • Cloning 101

    ROOM TEMPERATURE You should keep your clones’ grow room temperature a bit warmer than standard room temperature, so between 72 and 77*F. Since cutt...

    TRAINING CANNABIS PLANTS TO GROW BUSHIER, NOT TALLER By OG Mack To a new grower, a one meter tall cannabis plant sounds huge! But to anyone with a ...