One's condition on hemp is always existential. One can feel the importance of each moment and how it is changing one. One feels one's being, one becomes aware of the enormous apparatus of nothingness - the hum of a hi-fi set, the emptiness of a pointless interruption, one becomes aware of the war between each of us, how the nothingness in each of us seeks to attack the being of others, how our being in turn is attacked by the nothingness in others.
Harvesting is the reaping of the bounty, and is the most enjoyable time you will spend with your garden. Plants are harvested when the flowers are ripe. Generally, ripeness is defined as when the white pistils start to turn brown, orange, etc. and start to withdraw back into the false seed pod. The seed pods […]Read Article »
Plants that are regenerated, cloned and even grown from seed will need to be pruned at some point to encourage the plant to produce as much as possible and remain healthy. Pruning the lower limbs creates more air-flow under the hemp plants in an indoor situation and creates cuttings for cloning. It also forces the […]Read Article »
It is possible to harvest hemp plants and then rejuvenate them vegetatively for a 2nd and even 3rd harvest. A second harvest can be realized in as little as 6-8 weeks. Since the plant’s stalk, and roots are already formed, the plant can produce a second, even third harvest of buds in a little more […]Read Article »
It’s possible to tell the sex of a plant early, and thus move male hemp plants out of the main growing area sooner by covering a plant’s lower branch for 12 hours a day while it’s in a constant light vegetative state. Use a black paper bag or equivalent to allow for air flow while […]Read Article »
There will be little or no shock if you are quick and tender in your handling of the hemp plants. Make sure you only need to transplant twice, or better yet, once if possible, through the entire growth cycle. Transplanting slows you down. It takes time, it’s tricky, it’s hard work, and threatens the hemp […]Read Article »