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Hemp Grow Guide

HARVESTING AND DRYING

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 […]

LIGHT

Indoors, 2000 lumens per sq. ft. is about as low as you want to go indoors.  If you get under this mark, plant growth will certainly not go as fast as possible, and internode/stem length will increase. Also, light distance to hemp plants will be much more critical. Daily adjustments to the lamps will be […]

The 10 Biggest Mistakes Growers Make

Just thought we’d share some helpful tips on what NOT to do when growing cannabis: 1. Don´t Over water – Over watering kills hemp plants. Water once the top few inches of the soil dry out.  Hydroponics is harder to over water because rockwool has such excellent drainage properties. As long as the rockwool cubes […]

PH AND HEMP FERTILIZERS

PH can make or break your nutrient solution. 6.7-6.2 is best to ensure there is no nutrient lock-up occurring. Hydroponics requires the solution to be PH corrected for the medium before exposing to the hemp plants. Phosphoresic acid can make the PH go down; lime or potash can take it up when it gets too […]

CLONING

Cloning is asexual reproduction. Cuttings are taken from a mother plant in vegatative growth, and rooted in hydroponic medium to be grown as a separate plant. The offspring will be hemp plants that are identical to the parent plant. Cloning preserves the character of your favorite plant. Cloning can make an ocean of green out […]

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