Many people are feeling an elevated level of anxiety right now. The fear of coming down with COVID-19 has increased as the virus has become widespread in the United States. It is easy, when anxiety takes over, to assume that a sniffle, a runny nose or a cough signals the onset of Coronavirus. ...Read More
Whether starting from seedlings or clones, the biggest thing affecting a young cannabis plant’s growth is the room’s climate. In the first couple of weeks, plants need steady temperatures between 70 and 80-degrees Fahrenheit with Relative Humidity (RH) around 65-70%. For most, getting humidity and...Read More
The importance of controlling a grow room’s climate can’t be stressed enough. This is true for every indoor garden, from the garage-scale operation to the largest of warehouses.
Since nobody in their right mind goes into production seeking to grow low-quality flowers, we’ll assume you’ve invested...Read More
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...Read More
As a grower, it may feel like you’re constantly battling to get the 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.
Plants at...Read More
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...Read More
Dry skin, stuffy noses, scratchy throats, chapped lips, and nose bleeds can all be a result of the cold winter air. It’s no secret that winter air contains less moisture, and since it can dry out your skin and mucous membranes, it can lead to these uncomfortable symptoms.Read More
As soon as cold weather sets in, it happens. Stuffy heads, fevers, coughing … ugh! Fall and winter are officially cold and flu season because it is this time of year when the vast majority of people end up sick.Read More
Scratchy throat, coughing, dry eyes, flaky scalp. As soon as the weather outside turns cold and the heat goes on, these annoying side effects start to wreak havoc. Winter air holds less moisture. Combine that with forced air heat and it can be especially drying to skin, lips, sinuses, scalp and...Read More