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Brenda Roy

Brenda Roy is VP of Sales and Marketing at Pure n Natural.

Recent Posts

Planning for Success: 5 Tips for Building a Commercial Grow Room

  • 07-November-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

 

Now that you’ve landed your marijuana cultivation license, it’s time to build your commercial grow room into the well-THC-oiled machine that it can be. But before you begin construction, the first thing you’ll want to do is make a detailed plan that covers any and every contingency with a...

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The Importance of Humidifiers in a Grow Room Setup

  • 04-November-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

As a grower, it may feel like you’re constantly battling to get humidity down to protect your fattening buds from powdery mildew and botrytis. But don’t forget about the needs of your seedlings or cuttings. They need nearly double the humidity levels of their flowering counterparts.

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Cannabis Grow Room Guide: Humidity

  • 30-October-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

For many first-time growers, humidity is a complete mystery. With things like temperature, ventilation and nutrient levels occupying all their time, the importance of humidity gets lost in the mix. But what if I told you that understanding and controlling humidity at the right stages of plant...

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How to Remove Smoke Smell in 5 Easy Steps

  • 03-October-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

A lingering smell of smoke in a room can be a pleasant experience for a cigar lounge, bar or other smoke-friendly business. But when the lingering smell becomes an omnipresent fog, it becomes unpleasant to most. That's especially true when smoke seeps into fabrics and furnishings indoors, as...

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The Ins and Outs of an Under Sink Water Filter System

  • 19-September-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

If you want to ensure your household or business has access to healthy filtered water for drinking and cooking, an under sink water filter system makes a convenient option. You can just turn on your tap without worrying about what's in the water that comes out.

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7 Tips for Staying Hydrated at Work

  • 19-September-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

Sometimes your job gets so busy, it can be hard to remember to keep drinking water. But it's important to stay hydrated at work. The benefits of drinking water include upping your energy levels and brain function — crucial for most jobs. A few quick tips can help.

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9 Reasons You Probably Need a Countertop Water Dispenser

  • 22-August-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

A countertop water dispenser provides fresh, filtered water to drink. It is exactly what its name implies: A machine that cools your drinking water. But did you know it also comes with other less obvious conveniences — that may be just as important to your workplace?

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Is Bottled Water Safe?

  • 08-August-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

Many of us reach for bottled water without giving it much of a thought. The total annual U.S. bottled water consumption was 11.7 billion gallons in 2015, according to the International Bottled Water Association. Bottles of water are often what's available. There’s no doubt that it is a...

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5 Reasons to Buy a Small Portable Air Conditioner

  • 11-July-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

When it’s hot outside, you probably rely on having a cool refuge indoors. To maximize comfort, you’ll need air conditioning. Installing central air conditioning can be an effective solution — but also an expensive and disruptive project. Fortunately, there’s an alternative to central air and...

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Lead in Water: Is What You're Drinking Affected?

  • 10-May-2018
  • published by: Brenda Roy

Do you know: Does your drinking water contain lead? Whether what your drinking comes from a private well or municipal water system, lead in water could be a problem. Treatment plants do test for the presence of lead, but contamination can occur after the water leaves the facility and travels to...

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