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  1. Fertilizer
    Fertilizer is a general term given to anything that helps to increase the amount of food produced by any organism. In the context of cannabis cultivation, fertilizer (also known as nutrient) refers to different types and grades of material applied to improve the quality and yield of crops. There are several ways to apply fertilizer, including topdressing, broadcast application, side dressing, banding, foliar feeding, etc….
  2. Carbon Dioxide
    CO2 is the gas responsible for the greenhouse effect. CO2 is present in our atmosphere at about 400 ppm. Plants take CO2 out of the air and use it as a building block for their cells. That’s how they get their green color. Most people know that plants need sunlight to grow. But did you know that they need carbon dioxide too? If there is not enough carbon dioxide in the air, then the plant cannot make its own food. It needs someone else to give it the CO2 it needs. When we talk about applying fertilizer, what we really mean is to add carbon to the soil. So if we want our plants to grow faster, or bigger, we should create conditions where there is plenty of carbon in the air. We do this by using machines called fans. Fans move air throughout the greenhouse. Because of the way fans work, the air contains less oxygen than normal outside air. Less oxygen means that there is less oxygen around for plants to breathe. A good rule of thumb is to leave 25% of the total volume of the space open for airflow. If you have a 10′ × 20′ greenhouse, you could have a 100 cubic foot box. You would only need to enclose 70 cubic feet… that’s just over 7′. And if you’re growing a big plant, then you’ll need some extra room around it.
  3. Ammonia
    Ammonia is a chemical found naturally in urine, feces, fish, and meat. It is an odorless, tasteless, non-volatile liquid. When ammonia comes in contact with water, it reacts and turns to nitric acid. Nitric acid causes corrosion in metal objects. It is also commonly referred to as’smelly pee.’ You don’t want to smell ammonia in your house, especially near your kids or pets! To keep your house smelling pleasant, you might consider keeping a small pail of ammonia under your sink. Ammonia is also sometimes added to potting mixes to deter slugs and snails.
  4. Miracle Grow
    Miracle Grow is a brand name of a variety of products designed to promote plant growth. These products include things like fertilizer, compost, insecticides, fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, and many other items that all help to promote plant growth in various ways. Miracle Grow is widely used for gardening but is also popular for marijuana growers. This is because it is a quick and easy way to produce a bountiful harvest in a short period of time. There are many commercial growers who use this product exclusively because it produces great results without much effort. Miracle Grow is sold as either a soil amendment, a foliar spray, or a root dip. No matter which method you choose, you will still end up needing to supplement the plant’s nutrition.
  5. Fish Emulsion
    Fish emulsion is a mixture of fish oil and kelp extract that is used to boost the nutritional value of your soil and grow medium. It is often mixed with potting mix and soil amendments. The ingredients in fish emulsion help to maintain proper pH levels and act as natural preservatives for the soil. Many commercial growers find that adding fish emulsion to their soils makes them last longer and produces healthier plants. However, as with everything else, fish emulsion isn’t completely free of risk. Fish emulsion can cause skin irritation and rashes. It can also be toxic to children. Be aware of the potential risks associated with fish emulsion before deciding whether or not to try it.
  6. Hydroponics
    Hydroponic solutions are extremely beneficial to indoor cannabis growers. They allow for fast and consistent growth rates without the hassle of having to worry about weather factors. They also let you control the environment inside your grow tent. Hydroponic systems are highly customizable. You can pick and choose from hundreds of nutrients, additives, and supplements. Some of these options include; rockwool, coco peat, perlite, vermiculite, and sand. You can even buy special substrates made specifically for hydroponic applications. Hydroponic nutrient formulas vary considerably. Each company tends to develop their own proprietary formula. These formulas range anywhere from simple tap water to custom blends containing trace elements, vitamins, and micronutrients. Some companies offer both standard and premium grade formulas. Premium formulas may contain more microelements, vitamins, and antioxidants. They also tend to cost more. Growing in hydroponic solution requires no soil. All you need is a container filled with a proprietary substrate. The roots of the plant attach themselves to the surface of the nutrient particles. You also place them in a controlled lighting situation. As long as you provide ample amounts of light, nutrients, and moisture, your plants should thrive.
  7. Pregnant Moms Weed
    Pregnant moms weed is the specific type of marijuana grown when the female cannabis plant is pregnant. During pregnancy, the female grows larger buds that can weigh upwards of 0.5 pounds. Pregnant mom weed is available in two forms, mother’s milk and bubble hash. Mother’s milk comes from bud that has been cured during the first trimester of gestation. Bubble Hash comes from bud harvested after the second trimester. Both of these strains are very potent, strong, and dense.

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