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Growing At Scale: Greenhouse Vs. Indoor Cultivation

For a long time, many growers – and buyers – operated under the assumption that plants grown indoors had clear-cut advantages. Indoor growth allows more control over factors such as light spectrum, temperature, and humidity and also eliminates the need for pesticides. However, the more we learn about the science behind growing, the more we… Continue reading Growing At Scale: Greenhouse Vs. Indoor Cultivation

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Your Guide To LED Beam Angles

For new growers especially, an LED light’s beam angle can feel like a complicated concept – especially when parsing through terminology while choosing your lights. Beam angle refers to the angle of light streaming from the LED emitters. Beam angle is measured in degrees, most LED beam angles falling somewhere between 120 and 90 degrees.… Continue reading Your Guide To LED Beam Angles

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4 Red Flags To Look Out For When Buying LEDS

LED lightning is a huge financial investment. While LEDs energy efficient nature means they save you money in the long run, fixtures can cost thousands of dollars upfront. Suffice to say, the last thing you want to do is invest in shoddy equipment. The best way to ensure you are working with a good supplier… Continue reading 4 Red Flags To Look Out For When Buying LEDS

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Your Guide To Low Stress Plant Training

If you have been growing for awhile, you are probably familiar with the concept of plant training. This is a process in which you physically manipulate a plant while it grows to produce more buds and a great final yield. There are two types of plant training: high stress training and low stress training.  When… Continue reading Your Guide To Low Stress Plant Training

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Your Guide To High Stress Training

When you let plants grow naturally, you do not always have as much control over your final yield. Training techniques refer to means of manipulating your plants throughout the grow cycle to create more bud sites and a bigger final yield. There are two types of training: high stress training and low stress training. Low stress… Continue reading Your Guide To High Stress Training

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Eco-Friendly Pesticide: What Are My Options?

Pesticides are often necessary to keep your plants safe from insects and pests, especially for outdoor growers. However, many pesticides contain harsh chemicals that are potentially harmful to people and plants. Even organic products are sometimes loosely labeled, so it can be hard to find a truly natural / eco-friendly pesticide that effectively keeps your… Continue reading Eco-Friendly Pesticide: What Are My Options?

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How Do You Sterilize A Grow Tent?

Like any other area where you grow your plants, a grow tent needs to be deep cleaned regularly. Dust, dirt, debris, and grime build up during the grow cycle. An unsanitary tent is hospitable to germs, disease, viruses, and pests.  Even though indoor grow tents are not as exposed to the elements, they can still… Continue reading How Do You Sterilize A Grow Tent?

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Plant Training Techniques

Plant training techniques are various methods of intervening at key stages of growth to trim or bend your plants. Plant training techniques often change the chemical balance in plants, which affects their shape, height, strength, and final yield. Plant training is especially great for growing indoors, where small, cramped conditions may mean you need your… Continue reading Plant Training Techniques

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