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How to See and Stop Botrytis in Cannabis

Botrytis blight is among the deadliest diseases that can descend upon your cannabis crop. Even worse than reduced production is the destruction of your entire grow over the course of a few weeks – which is entirely possible with a botrytis infection. Not to worry, we can help you combat botrytis on your cannabis plants. […]

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Air Filters for Cannabis Grow Rooms: Why They Don’t Work

Before you install air filters in your cannabis grow rooms, take some time to consider more effective options to stop powdery mildew. Air filtration isn’t enough to improve your indoor grow room‘s air quality. Carbon air filters for cannabis do not provide powerful air purification. It does not prevent mold spores, bacteria and other undesirable […]

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Air Sanitation Without Ozone Emissions

As a cannabis grower, you know you have to keep the air in your facility clean to prevent airborne powdery mildew, fungal infections, bacteria, and viruses from landing on your plants. Some methods, however, create harmful emissions such as ozone. Ozone generators may purport to sanitize your air – but are they a danger to […]

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How to Get Rid of Powdery Mildew During Flowering

Trying to get rid of powdery mildew during flowering is a serious problem, and a difficult one to resolve. Short of dousing your infected plants in gasoline and lighting a match, your options are limited. The smart way to deal with powdery mildew is never to let your plants be exposed by spores in the […]

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Managing Microbial Load on Cannabis

You strive to provide the best product possible, and that means meeting safety standards and ensuring your cannabis is compliant. In many states where commercial marijuana is legal, there are strict limits on the allowed microbial load on your cannabis. Today we’ll illustrate how you can limit microbial contamination on your crops, and the technology […]

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The Top 4 Marijuana Leaf Diseases That Could Put You Out of Business

When facing marijuana leaf diseases, you’ll find that some can be traced to poor nutrition. That’s usually a fairly easy fix; unfortunately, poor nutrition is not always the reason. If you just cross your fingers and hope it’s not caused by a blight, fungus, or other pathogen, you may be gambling with your entire crop. […]

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Maintaining your Airoclean420 Unit

Your Airoclean420 unit works year-round to keep your crops free from fungus, disease, powdery mildew, and more. Maintenance is a critical part of keeping it running smoothly for its entire lifespan. Luckily, maintenance of your Airoclean420 is simple – and with our annual maintenance kit, you’re set for an entire year. Read on to learn […]

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Effects of Mold Exposure on Cannabis Production

To successfully cultivate medical marijuana, growers must tightly control a range of environmental variables. Many growers rely on fans to circulate air and decrease the heat given off by grow lights.  This makes limiting exposure to fungi of utmost importance. These fans have the unintended consequence of spreading mold spores throughout an indoor cannabis growing […]

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How to Deal With Powdery Mildew Before it’s a Problem

Powdery mildew (PM) is a threat to cannabis crops in any grow environment. But with an indoor grow, you have options for controlling this contaminant and preventing its spread before it becomes a problem. First, you need to know what to watch out for. There are several aspects of your grow that you’ll want to […]

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Even Better Than a Grow Room Air Filter

You want protection that goes further for your cannabis crop. When you’re up against powdery mildew, blight disease, and other airborne threats in your grow room, do you really want to bet it all on a carbon air filter in your grow room alone? Not all filters are created equal – and not all filters […]

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