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Sherbinskis Pink Panties – Strain Review

Strain: Sherbinskis Pink Panties   Lineage:  Florida Kush x Burmese Kush   I feel blessed reviewing this strain,  it’s a first time for me. After taking a smell, I knew this was…

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Utah’s medical marijuana program limits growing to 10 farms, could cause shortages

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah will allow 10 growers to produce the state’s medical marijuana — a limit that state officials say will prevent overproduction but a cannabis business…

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Valley Green Grow appeals Charlton Planning Board’s rejection of pot farm

CHARLTON – Valley Green Grow has filed an appeal in land court claiming the Charlton Planning Board was biased when it “unlawfully denied” its plan to develop Charlton Orchards land…

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California Is Apparently Growing Way Too Much Weed

A marijuana surplus might sound more like a party than a problem, but a San Francisco-based cannabis company claims that California growers are producing way too much pot—and that could…

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IGS Grow Classes

By: SD OG Grower If you’re living in CA, or especially SD, then you are aware that the nutritional value of our produce and foods is more important than ever!…

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How To Get Tighter Internodal Spacing and Bigger Yields

By SD OG Grower We all want tighter flowers and larger yields, no matter what we’re growing! Everyone has a friend who says they know the best additive to use…

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Growing with Gas: Part 4 “Are you Growing Yet?”

By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener Hello to all my loyal NUG readers and hydro friends in San Diego.  It has now been 1 year of “Growing with Mel the Bumbling…

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Grow: Introduction to Aptus

By SD OG Grower I have written many articles on nutrients and additives for growing and often highly recommend organic additives and the use of beneficial microbes and teas to…

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Growing with Gas

By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener Part 3 “50 day harvest” As you might remember from last month’s story, I have been moving my new clones from the “Veg” side of…

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How To Be A Top Shelf Grower

By The SD OG Grower Everyone in the medical marijuana business, especially in CA, has been seeing the market change dramatically in a short period of time over the last…

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Growing with Gas Part 2: The Planting Begins

By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener If you read last month’s story, then you know I just received a new greenhouse from QuickGrow Hydroponics. The assembly and setup was a breeze.…

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Introducing Full On, an Organic Biostimulant for Bigger, Healthier, Faster Grows!

By: The SD OG Grower I know you have seen all the different nutrients, additives, and supplements on the shelves at your local gardening store. These days it looks more…

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Growing with Gas

By: Mel the Bumbling Gardner Part 1: The New GreenHouse If you’ve been following me and my adventures with hydroponic gardening over the last year, then you know I’ve been…

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What's in a Nutrient?

By: The SD OG Grower Ever wonder what the difference is between the words “organic” and “non-organic”? The term “organic” means, “Of or relating to an organism, a living entity.”…

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What’s in a Nutrient?

By: The SD OG Grower Ever wonder what the difference is between the words “organic” and “non-organic”? The term “organic” means, “Of or relating to an organism, a living entity.”…

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Still Growing – Part 4

By: Mel the Bumbling Gardener If you missed last month’s issue, then you missed how “my need to find healthy, root mature clones when I needed them” has taken me…

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Hydroponics can Save the World!

By: The SD OG Grower What’s the most common term that comes to mind when someone mentions hydroponics? –Probably pot or growing marijuana. Well, the truth is that a lot…

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Still Growing Part 3

By: Mel The Bumbling Gardener If you missed last month’s issue, then you missed how my need to find healthy, root mature clones led me to a new level in…

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D.I.Y. Cloning

By: The SD OG Grower Summer is quickly approaching again in Southern California and right now, during spring, is the best time to get your indoor or outdoor garden started!…

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Still Growing Part 2

By: Mel The Bumbling Gardener For readers who missed out on last month’s issue…Now that we grow “tomatoes,” the need for 12 perfect clones come up every 70 days or…

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