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The Gear Needed for Indoor Cultivation

Although it can require more equipment than raising pot plants outdoors, growing marijuana indoors offers several advantages. Because you can control the climate inside a structure, you can extend your growing seasons with an indoor operation. Multiple harvests throughout the year become possible. In addition, raising your ganja plants indoors helps protect them from birds, animals and insects as well as those two-legged mammals who may decide they want to steal your crop.

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What Is the Best Soil for Growing Cannabis?

What Is the Best Soil for Growing Cannabis?

Just because cannabis is sometimes called weed doesn’t mean it won’t benefit from the right soil. Yes, cannabis will grow in many conditions. But to get the most potent bud and the biggest crops, you want to give your crop the right amount of water, the best soil for cannabis and the best cannabis nutrients for soil conditions. Whether you are growing a bit of bud for your personal consumption or run a commercial grow operation, your plants will more than repay your thoughtfulness and the investment of time and money you put into creating the right kind of soil.

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How Does a Greenhouse Work?

The definition of a greenhouse is a structure covered with glass or plastic sheeting to regulate temperature and humidity for the plants inside. Whether a simple 5' x 5' structure attached to a home's deck or a massive commercial building, greenhouses provide a wondrously simple and effective growing method for gardeners and farmers.

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How to Grow Pot with Drip Irrigation

Pot has become legal in many states. With that new legality, cultivating cannabis has turned into more than a pastime for many. It now offers a way to make a living, creating thousands of new businesses and jobs and filling state coffers with newfound tax revenues.

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How to Build a Greenhouse Cheap

Whether you garden for fun or farm a crop commercially for profit, greenhouses offer a host of benefits. First and foremost, they extend your growing season if you live in a cooler climate. With a greenhouse, you can sow your seeds or plant your seedlings earlier in the spring and extend your harvests later into the fall. Besides lengthening your growing season, a greenhouse shelters your plants from insects, birds, squirrels and other critters that want to take a bite out of them.

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