If you love your cannabis and you’re the type to carry strong smelling marijuana flower, you’ll wanna keep those smells from being detected by others. Check out our guide to the top 10 rated Smell Proof Backpacks for weed on the market today.
One practice that has gained popularity among cannabis growers is defoliation. In this article, we will explore what defoliation is, why it is beneficial for autoflowers, when and how to defoliate, and the do’s and don’ts of autoflower defoliation.
Neem oil is a natural pesticide that has been used for centuries in traditional medicine and agriculture. Its unique properties make it an ideal solution for cannabis growers who are looking for a safe and effective way to protect their plants from pests and diseases.
Growing cannabis can be a rewarding and exciting experience, especially if you’re aiming for a 1-pound plant. But what exactly does a 1-pound plant look like? And how can you achieve such a feat?
One of the most important factors to consider when growing autoflowers is the amount of light they receive, and specifically the PAR, DLI, and PPFD levels. In this article, we’ll dive into everything you need to know about these terms and how they relate to growing autoflowers.
In recent years, growers have been experimenting with different techniques to manipulate light exposure during the flowering stage to improve the quality of their flower. One such technique that has gained popularity is the light deprivation technique, also known as light deprivation or light dep.
One of the early signs of a calcium deficiency in cannabis plants is the appearance of brown or yellowing spots on the leaves. These spots may appear on the tips, edges, or middle of the leaves and may spread throughout the plant as the deficiency progresses.
Indoor cannabis growing requires careful attention to the flowering stage, as it is the time when growers can really determine the quality of their crop. This article will provide an in-depth guide to the first signs of the flowering stage in indoor or outdoor cannabis growing.
One of the most obvious signs of an overripe bud is the color of the trichomes. As mentioned earlier, the trichomes turn amber or brown when the buds are overripe. The color change indicates that the THC levels are decreasing, and the CBD levels are increasing. The aroma and flavor of overripe buds may also be different.
Today we’ll be reviewing a classic from Delta Extrax: the Goliath Starter Kit! I personally am a huge fan of disposables, but the Goliath took that idea to new heights.
Edibles, edibles, edibles! Who doesn’t love a good gummy, cookie or chocolate infused with a little bit of THC? I remember the first time I tried an edible: it happened to be a chocolate chip cookie at my friend’s house. I felt like I was on cloud nine!
Let’s start with a tried and true classic: Delta 8 Moon Babies! These delicious gummies have to be one of my favorites from Galaxy Treats due to their flavor, potency, and servings per jar.