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Hemp Grow Guide

OXYGEN

O2 to the roots is a big concern, since the plant requires this for nutrients to be available, and to rid itself of toxins, etc. One of the easiest things to do is use food grade hydrogen peroxide in the water to increase the availability of oxygen in the water. H2O2 has an extra oxygen […]

RECYCLING

Use pots made from squarish containers such as plastic water jugs, etc.  More hemp plants will fit in less space and have more rooting area if square containers are used. This makes your garden a recycling center, and saves you tons of money. 2-liter soda bottles work great, but are not square.  13 will fit […]

Nutrient deficiency: Potassium (K)

Summary Potassium is present throughout plants and is required for all water-related transport activities in plants including opening and closing the stomas. Potassium is also responsible for the plants’ strength and quality and it controls countless other processes such as carbohydrate management. The Romans and Etruscans improved the soil with potassium by burning down the […]

TRANSPLANTING

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 […]

GENETICS AND THE HEMP PLANT

It’s very important to start with good genetics. You should attempt to find seeds from local gardeners that are acclimated and bred for local climate and best floral characteristics. Potency, aroma, fast growth, early maturation, resistance to fungus and pests. All of these factors are considered by the seasoned gardener and you will benefit enormously […]

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