Growing cannabis can be a pretty complicated process. Now, thanks to the app GrowBuddy, anyone... see more
Birds and marijuana have an interesting relationship. Sometimes, the birds act negatively as predators, eating the seeds of marijuana. And other times, they act positively as protectors, eating other predatory insects.
If the roots of your marijuana plants are in good condition, your plants will be healthy and produce high yields, but some marijuana strains are more prone to having problems with their roots.
Many new marijuana growers begin their marijuana gardens without remembering a few subtle but important features. Unless you have done a similar type of gardening before, you might not realize that sex really matters when growing... see more
Watering your marijuana plants is one of the most important factors in ensuring a successful harvest. However, watering can be especially tricky with outdoor gardens. Knowing these techniques and tips will help your garden grow.
Marijuana plants can experience a plethora of issues, many of which will be evident in leaf changes. When leaves start yellowing, spotting, withering, drooping or falling off, you know there are underlying problems.
Marijuana plants, especially when young, are at risk from a variety of pests including snails, caterpillars, slugs, and beetles. There are, however, numerous methods and remedies to protect your plants from damage.
There are a few key methods to achieving the biggest buds on your marijuana plants, including nutrients, light, and pruning. These methods will greatly improve your harvest.