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Hello again! I am a newbie grower and i will be starting from seed and will be growing in soil. Im looking for a good nutrient system that will work well for me! I will be using two 300 watt LED grow lights and will be utilizing a grow tent. Im looking a for a nutrient system that will be easy enough for me to use as a newbie but STILL have great flavor, denseness, etc. Any suggestions. I am ALL ABOUT FLAVOR! So looking for a system that will help with flavor as well! THANKS AGAIN!!!
Hello! Quick question regarding legal plant growing! With the NEW law that was just passed. we can grow 12 plants! I WAS TOLD that it was 12 plants PER household??? Is that true? What if a husband and wife BOTH want to grow? Is every person in the house allowed to grow 12 plants? Or is it just 12 plants per house? thanks!
Well this is interesting. So imagine where this is headed, politics aside. This is going to make this a more efficient and streamlined process. Less transport company involvement. Co-Location of Medical Marihuana Facilities Operation of grower, processor, and/or provisioning center facilities at the same location The purpose of this bulletin is to advise the public and potential medical marihuana licensees of the Bureau of Medical Marihuana Regulation’s intention to allow for the operation of licensed grower, processor, and/or provisioning center facilities at the same location. This bulletin is only for advisory purposes and is subject to change. A potential licensee may apply for and be granted a license to operate as a grower, processor, and/or provisioning center. It is the Bureau’s intention that growers, processors, and provisioning centers may operate at the same location under the following conditions: Each licensed entity remains distinct and separate within different working areas. Each licensed entity has separate entrances and exits, point of sale operations (if applicable), and record keeping systems. The municipality in which the facility is located does not prohibit co-location of facilities through its local ordinance or zoning regulations. Each licensed entity is compliant with local and state public health standards and building inspection and fire safety regulations. Each entity’s license is posted on the wall in its distinct working area. The Department has authorized the licensees to operate at the same location. Other considerations regarding co-location of facilities: Additional inspections and/or permits may be required for licensed entities operating at the same location. Each grower, processor, and provisioning center requires its own separate application, regulatory assessment, and license.
The Heat Is On: Growing Medical Marijuana In Hot Summer Weather Summertime brings excellent weather for growing outdoor medical cannabis. Unfortunately, it also means immense summer heat that can stress plants, ruin crops and cripple the medical marijuana grower themselves. Although outdoor plants are usually acclimated to high temperatures, there has been an increase in the number of higher temperature days in virtually every climate zone, and growers need to be prepared. There are a few things you can do to ensure you and your plants stay protected from excess heat this growing season. Shade Your Medical Marijuana Plants From The Sun A shade cloth is an inexpensive way to protect more sensitive plants from the radiant energy of the hot summer sun. Throughout June I tend to keep large pieces of shade cloth handy to protect my smaller or younger (seedling) outdoor plants. I find it most advantageous for the small plants that receive an abundance of afternoon sun. With a simple lean-to or tepee I can set up the shade cloth to lessen the stress caused by extremely hot days. Any time you notice wilting during hot days when the soil has plenty of moisture you are probably witnessing heat stress. A shade cloth is a great way to lessen the stress while still allowing plenty of light hours so photosensitive plants will remain unaffected. The Best Time For Watering Your Marijuana Plants It is most efficient to water in the early morning or late evening. On days where extremely hot conditions are predicted, it is good to water at both times to ensure adequate moisture levels. I will even add stress relieving products like Organic-B or Advanced Nutrients’ Revive to the morning’s watering. Many times a proactive watering in the morning on an extremely hot day will reduce or eliminate all stress otherwise associated with the heat. Some days it may be necessary to supplement waterings throughout the day if the medium dries out quickly. I have also found that misting or spraying plants with water can bring some relief on extremely hot days. Make sure to give the plants a light misting because large droplets on the leaves can actually create a magnification effect that will burn foliage. Remember To Hydrate Yourself As Well Don’t forget to hydrate yourself when you’re working in your outdoor medical marijuana garden. Some growers hike long distances to remote locations in extremely hot weather. Adequate hydration for the grower lessens the possibility of heat stress or heat stroke. The last thing any grower wants is to be found dead next to the crop because he/she only brought enough water for the plants. Trix