Slow Growth

Over Watering

Overwatering is mainly an issue for soil or substrate-based media the reason for the effects can be also seen in hydro but since it’s so unlikely we will only talk about overwatering/overfeeding your soil-based plants. Overwatering Is not always a result of simply watering to much but more that you have been watering too often.  …

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Pests, Bugs & Viruses

Identifying Plant Pest For growers one of the worst issues to deal with are insects or other pest that survive off your plant and will more then often kill it or reduce its health/yield. In IPM, Integrated Pest Management, like many facets of growing prevention is normally a simple process but when your preventative controls …

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Phosphorus Deficiency

 Phosphorus, is a mobile nutrient and is considered vital for plant health. Numerous catalytic process involving photosynthesis and energy transfer within the plant require adequate amounts of Phosphorus. Phosphorus needs to be readily available at all stages of life, and in even higher concentration in flower, transplants or rooting.  Phosphorus is a major component in …

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Potassium Deficiency

Potassium, (k+) a cation, is a major nutrient contributing to various metabolic process as well as growth and morphology.  Potassium’s also finds itself as a critical component in both defense and responses to abiotic and biotic stress or pest.  The nature of Potassium’s role in aid of plant stress and growth is centered around its …

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Root Problems

Root problems can be a grower’s nightmare they can look like many other issues but often only have a few sources. Things that will tripper a root problem can be as simple as heat, cold, overwatering, wrong container, drainage or in hydroponics they can just lack oxygenation.  Some strains can be finicky and have natural …

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Root Rot

The origins of root rot in your hydroponic system lie in both an imbalance of organism/pathogens and lack of system oxygenation and/or uncleanliness. Because hydroponic systems are normally active w/irrigation and reservoirs feeding tables or buckets or simply drip systems. Anywhere there is water and roots invites the ability to develop root rot. Here we …

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Kill Spider Mites

Spider Mites

https://player.vimeo.com/video/489293268 Spider mites are a species of insects that every cannabis grower is familiar with. These small insects, which are relatives of spiders can be managed and prevented.  Prevention The first step any grower takes to keep a pest-free environment is preventative measures. There are a number if very simple steps any grower can do …

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Sulfur Deficiency

Sulfurs Role in Plant Health and Vigor Sulfurs importance as a micronutrient can not be overstated. Sulfurs role aids in abiotic, biotitic resistances as well as secondary metabolism. Some of sulfurs functions in plant health are creating proteins, enzymes, vitamins and is a necessary part in creating chlorophyll. Which is vital for photosynthesis.  Sulfur is …

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Zinc Deficiency

Are your younger leaves of your plant starting to fade, yellowing between the vein, or in the margins, tips of leaves discoloring and dying? Then you might be starting to suffer from a Zinc deficiency. The discoloring chlorosis pattern left by a zinc deficiency will be accompanied by less internode spacing and small, often cupped …

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