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What to do About White Mold on Your Buds

White mold comes in many forms – but it’s always bad news for your cannabis plants, and especially their buds. Plants with white mold on the buds are already too far gone, and depending on your location, they may need to be processed into extract or completely destroyed. You might still have time, though, to […]

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Don’t underestimate the clean air factor in your grow space.

AiroClean420’s Airo Home Hobby is an air sanitizer/purifier that is capable of cleaning air in a 12 x 10 x 10 grow space. It ensures you have clean air so that your plants avoid frustrating plant diseases like powdery mildew, botrytis, and blight. The Airo Home Hobby is a smaller version of the original AiroClean420 […]

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6 Ways to Prevent Botrytis on Cannabis Plants

It only takes a single botrytis infection for cannabis growers to get smart about prevention. The botrytis fungus, also known as gray mold, is notoriously difficult to treat. However, taking thoughtful measures to prevent botrytis on cannabis plants will ensure that your entire crop makes it to harvest. 6 Ways to Prevent Botrytis on Cannabis […]

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Common Types of Blight in Plants

Blight in Plants Cannabis growers and cultivators monitor their plants’ progress through every stage of the growth cycle, from selecting a strain through preparation for sale. If not proactive, infections can occur during any step of cannabis growth and production pipeline. One of the most destructive problems affecting cannabis plants is blight. There are several […]

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Healthy Plants: Grow Better Cannabis

Attracting repeat buyers for your cannabis is about producing a consistently quality product. Water, soil, nutrients, and air all play a part in the health of your growing cannabis plants. It could be a mistake to overlook air quality, because it’s a huge factor in how much your crop can produce (and how much you’ll […]

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Common Fungal Diseases in Plants

When cultivating healthy cannabis plants, there are many variables to monitor. Humidity, temperature, light, soil pH, and soil nutrients all impact a plant’s ability to thrive. In addition to these environmental variables, it is important to identify potential risks. Fungal diseases are among the most prominent pathogens to target cannabis plants. Recognizing warning signs of […]

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Carbon Filters for Your Grow Tent? Find a Better Solution

As a home grower, you want simple, clean solutions for your cannabis. Preventing fungus, bacteria, and viruses from getting to your plants is one of the problems you’re presented with. You worked hard to grow these plants, why let a fungal disease destroy them? Air purification is a great, simple way to protect your plants […]

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The Most Common Causes of Powdery Mildew and How to Prevent It

Powdery mildew is the scourge of agricultural producers everywhere, and cannabis cultivators are no exception. While it is often believed that mildew and mold thrive at higher temperatures, they actually have an affinity for moderate temperatures like the typical range used for growing cannabis. This makes it tough to outsmart and stop powdery mildew. Understanding […]

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The Ultimate Powdery Mildew Killer

Powdery mildew is a fungal infection that can show up at any stage of cannabis growth. If you’ve ever dealt with it before, you know that it’s much better to prevent those little airborne spores from landing altogether. What you’re looking for is the ultimate powdery mildew killer – something that can stop it from […]

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5 Ways to Stop Powdery Mildew on Medical Cannabis

Powdery mildew infects a range of plants, but it is particularly harmful to cannabis plants. When growing medical cannabis, it is essential to keep a close eye on plant health. Monitoring signs of mildew will ensure your cannabis crop stays safe. Look for small patches of white mold filaments, curling or dropped leaves, and brown […]

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