High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

Growing Marijuana

5 Differences Between Sativa and Indica

Plants are classified according to a system dating back hundreds of years. Cannabis sativa L. is the binomial name or the species name for the cannabis plant. It is from the family of plants known as Canabaceae, which includes other plants like Hops and Hackberries.

Insider's Grow: Six Tips for Growing Super Sativas

If you are new to growing indoors you may be advised to steer clear of sativa-dominant selections due to their less obedient growth habits and longer budding times versus more indica and kush dominant strain selections.

Insider's Grow: Drying Buds

When buds are hand trimmed and hang dried with skill, less resin is knocked off the harvest and a greater potency, flavor and aromas result. Further, when buds are carefully hung, they tend to dry slower, which means a better tasting, scented and smoother product.

Police are Targeting Pot Growers...But Not For the Cannabis

Sheriff Tom Allman of Mendocino County, California, patrols the most fertile marijuana growing region in the world. But these days, thanks to a severe drought that has plagued the state, Allman is fighting the growing problem of water theft by clandest...

Root Systems: Handle With Care

Quite literally, healthy roots are connected to tasty and potent buds. The relationship your pot plant's root system has with the buds is actually very complex and interesting as you start to break-it down. It can also be noted that there are some myths and folklore r...

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