gardening

How To Make Healthier Marijuana Plant Roots

Sep 15 2020 mycorrhizae oxygen roots

Indoor horticulturists constantly strive to find techniques and products that will help increase their garden’s yields. Common sense will tell you that a plant with a strong and healthy root structure is more likely to have strong and healthy stems, leaves, and flowers.Simply put, healthy roots will equate to more bountiful harvests. Unfortunately, indoor growers do not always give a plant’s root system the attention it deserves. It is like the old saying, “out of sight, out of mind”.Because the roots are generally hidden from a horticulturist’s view, they can often be forgotten. Horticulturists who focus some of their energy...

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10 Leaf Problems With Cannabis: Explained

Sep 07 2020 leaf mold pests powdery mildew spider mites troubleshooting watering

Top Ten Cannabis Leaf Problems Cannabis growers, especially beginners, are going to face pests and problems with their marijuana plants over the course of their grow. It’s just part of the deal and is something you can minimize as you get better at growing.Luckily, cannabis plants are extremely resilient and can withstand a harsh environment or an invader for some time. This is convenient because it gives you time to figure out what the issue is and treat it before your plant is completely ruined.Don’t freak out if something does start to happen to one of your plants, as it’s...

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Buying A Complete Fertilizer

Sep 01 2020 fertilizer grow mediums NPK

What does Complete Fertilizer mean? A complete fertilizer is a fertilizer blend or mix that contains the three main plant nutrients: nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K), in the forms of potash, phosphoric acid, and nitrogen. On a complete fertilizer label, the ratios of these primary plant nutrients are revealed as the product's N-P-K ratio. For example, a fertilizer with equal amounts of each element would have an N-P-K of 5-5-5. This would be considered a general-purpose, complete fertilizer. However, to be considered complete, a complete fertilizer doesn't need to have equal amounts of each of these, just close...

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