Understanding the anatomy of your plants will lead to a better understanding of plant processes and how you, as the grower, can aid them. Last week we briefly discussed roots. This week we look at leaves.
The first and perhaps most important factor that will influence how much an indoor plant can yield is its genetic heritage. Certain strains of cannabis are known to be large yielders, while others are notorious for yielding very little despite much effort.
Conservation of energy is an often-overlooked aspect of supercharging your ganja garden. Indoor growers have a distinct advantage in controlling how plants use energy. By controlling plant development, growers can direct efficient energy usage within their plants. This in...
Our HIGH TIMES Cultivation Editor answers all of your questions about growing marijuana. Read this week's segment and be sure to submit your own questions!
I know I am usually the guy blogging about growing weed, but today, on the holiest of holy days for NFL fans, I can’t help but to give my two cents on today’s Super Bowl bonanza.