Systems

Organic vs Chemical Nutrients

Organic Vs Chemical Nutrients: What are the major differences between organic and chemical nutrients? It’s not a matter of which one is better, because they’re good at different things. Organic Nutrients Better Smell & Taste to Buds – Many growers believe organic-based nutrient systems will create the most fragrant and “smoothest” buds. Some of the… Read More

How to Grow Cannabis Indoors: A Beginner’s Guide

You’re interested in learning how to grow cannabis indoors for the first time? Understand that growing cannabis indoors presents a unique set of challenges for the new hobbyist, and the sheer volume of information available on the subject can be overwhelming. Our guide to indoor cannabis growing will help simplify the process for you into… Read More

Grow Cannabis: From Seed to Harvest

Looking to learn how to Grow Cannabis? You're in the right place! This cannabis growing guide is designed to help you find the info you need to learn the cannabis growing process, from seed to harvest. Starting cannabis from seed can be extremely rewarding. Not only do you get to take your plants through a… Read More

Hydroponic Systems for Growing Marijuana

Using a Hydroponic system to grow indoor cannabis is one of the best decisions you can make when it comes to growing the biggest plants in the shortest time. Hydro grow systems are easy to use and are the best way to grow your marijuana plants if you are growing big plants with high yields… Read More

Clone Machine

How to Build a Clone Machine: Video

Build a Clone Machine step-by-step how-to instructions. Building your own clone machine for marijuana plant clones can save you money and allows you the chance to customize your clone machine to the size and to the amount of clones it will hold. My method costs approx. $90 compared to $300 EZ Clone Machine - 30… Read More

Ebb and Flow Grow Systems

Ebb and Flow Grow Systems or bottom-feed bucket hydroponic systems are the most popular for growing indoor marijuana plants. The tray table on the flood and drain system holds the plants that are growing in soilless growing mediums, usually rockwool and hydroton grow rocks inside of square growing buckets. There is a reservoir under the… Read More

hydroponic bucket top feed drip system

Hydroponic Bucket System

A Hydroponic bucket system uses anywhere from 1 to 32 buckets for growing and one bucket to act as a tank or reservoir for the returning water and nutrients from the growing chamber buckets. Gravity allows the water to filter through the rock down to the bottom and returns the flow water to the "reservoir… Read More

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