Setting Up A Marijuana Garden Outdoors

By |abe||e September 2, 2015 116 Views No comments

Marijuana has been legalized in many parts of the world due to its medicinal benefits. It is a plant that contains several chemical compounds that can trigger varying effects when ingested or smoked.

If you live in a place where marijuana has been made legal and you possess a valid medical marijuana card, you can start your own outdoor marijuana garden by doing the following steps:

First of all, you will need marijuana seeds that are suitable for outdoor growing. You can go to a cannabis seed bank in your area or search the internet for online cannabis seed banks that offer this type of strain.

Then, start gathering the materials that you will need: pots, shovels, fertilizers, additives, water hose, and gloves.

Till the soil in your garden. Test it to know if the pH is of the right level. If not, you can add additives to make adjustments.

Add fertilizer to the soil. Put soil in the pots.

Be ready to plant the marijuana seeds in the pots. Water them all and organize them however you want in your outdoor garden. Just make sure that every seed will be able to receive sufficient sunlight during the day.

Make sure to clean the outdoor area to avoid infestations.

Monitor the development of your marijuana plants in the next days, weeks, and months. Do not forget to water them as necessary. If these steps are executed accurately, your harvest will be bountiful.

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Compact Marijuana Plants

By |abe||e August 27, 2015 167 Views No comments

Growing marijuana indoors sometimes provide inflexible space, whether vertically or horizontally. If you have a small cabinet as your grow room, you have to find a marijuana strain that grows plants that can fit inside even when they reach their full maturity.

So, we have compiled a short list of good quality marijuana strains that grow compact plants.

1. Royal Flush - This is a sativa strain that grows compact plants and can be cultivated either indoors or outdoors. It has a flowering period of between 55 and 65 days. Upon harvest time, it can deliver as much as 700 grams per square meter of yield that contains high THC levels and is very useful for various medical purposes. When smoked recreationally, it triggers an energetic but intellectual buzz that can last for a number of hours.

White Widow cannabis seeds

2. White Widow - This is a hybrid marijuana strain that is also suitable for both indoor and outdoor growing. It has an average flowering period of between 55 and 65 days and can deliver about 500 grams per square meter of yield. Its high THC content can trigger a powerful buzz when smoked.

3. Bubblelicious Feminized - This is an indica strain that was first developed in Midwestern USA. It was introduced in Holland in 1990 and has become a very popular strain in the country since then. It can be grown either indoors or outdoors. Upon harvest time, it can deliver as much as 500 grams per square meter of yield that contains high THC and can be used for various medical purposes.

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Diseases that attack marijuana plants

By Simi August 23, 2015 363 Views No comments

There are numerous types of organisms that can attack and infect a marijuana plant in no time, and all these viruses can disable the plant to grow. These are not exclusive only to marijuana plants, of course, as all plants can get infected with these dangerous microorganisms. These organisms attack the plant, causing it to deteriorate, and during that time of the infection, they can seriously harm the plant on the inside and on the outside equally. Usually these infections that attack the marijuana plant are heavy and they progress at a very fast pace, which basically disables the marijuana plant grower to do something and to help his/her marijuana plant to get better and to continue the growth process. 

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Types of viruses

One of the dangerous diseases that can cause your marijuana plant to deteriorate is called HSV, an infection whose symptoms can be recognized at an early stage, because they involve the change in the color of the leaves, from brown to yellow and other similar combinations. The virus usually attacks the leaves first and then spreads everywhere else. Another serious virus that can attack your marijuana plant is called the tobacco mosaic virus, which is obviously not exclusive just to marijuana plants, as the name implies as well. The marijuana plant that suffers from this type of virus also changes color of the leaves in different types of green rather than brown. There is a catch though. If you do not exterminate this virus at an early stage of infection, your marijuana plant will always suffer from it, or at least until it dries off and dies. If just one of your marijuana plants are infected, you, as a marijuana grower, should remove this infected plant from your indoor or outdoor garden in order to save the rest of your marijuana plants. Also, don’t forget to clean the place and the room where you removed the infected marijuana plant from, because this will save you a lot of problems on a long run.

Next, your marijuana plant can also get infected with viruses such as mosaic ones, alfalfa and other types of mosaic viral diseases, which are usually found in the European parts of the world, as well as some other countries like Pakistan. Nevertheless, these mentioned viruses can be transferred from one plant to another, thus spreading the disease in a very fast and effective way. If you think that you can stop the viruses from spreading all around your marijuana crops, you are mistaken, as there is no effective way to stop the disease from spreading after the marijuana plant gets infected, apart from those mentioned in this article, like removing the infected plant and isolating it from the rest of the crop. 


Ways to contain the virus infections

The most effective way to stop the diseases from spreading all over your marijuana plants is to clean the whole space where the marijuana plants are placed, then to get rid of all the infected plants, and change the soil. Also, it is important for you to maintain a high level of hygiene as well.

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A quick manual for growing cannabis

By Simi August 22, 2015 392 Views No comments

The process of growing marijuana plant consists of various elements and ways to do it. You have to think of some things in advance, before you start growing your plant in order to secure the best environment in which your marijuana plant can grow. You should choose the cannabis seeds wisely, because they are the most important part of the growing process. When buying cannabis seeds, look for branded ones, as this will guarantee you the best quality.

Also, you should decide whether you will grow your plant inside your home or somewhere outside. If growing the marijuana plant outside, make sure that the plant is located near a self-contained water source, like a river, for example, and that it has enough light. If, however, you choose to grow your plant inside, you have to be careful when choosing the cannabis seeds, and the proper source of light. Accordingly, do not forget to water your marijuana plant regularly.

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What types of cannabis seeds should you choose?

Choosing the right cannabis seeds is not an easy task. First, you have to decide whether you will be growing your marijuana plant for personal, other use, or for medical purposes. Every type of cannabis seed is different and t has its own purpose, which is important because every type of cannabis seed consists of different elements and values. Some types of cannabis seeds are used on their own, and some are used in combination with other types of seeds. It is up to you to decide which ones to use for your own purposes. Also, the types of cannabis seeds decide on whether your marijuana plant will grow taller, or if it will have big leaves that are rich in color. 

How to make your own garden for growing a marijuana plant?

That all depends on you and your personal experience in this field. If you are starting off with the whole growing your own marijuana plants, you should pay attention to the type of ground that you are using to grow your marijuana plant. It is best to use the natural, organic option that is compatible with your cannabis seeds. Another thing that you will require when you start growing your marijuana plants is space and the bowls of different sizes. That will enable you to plant and replant the marijuana plant, so that it can grow to its full potential. When talking about space for growing your marijuana plant, it is essential to choose whether you will plant your marijuana plant somewhere outside or inside your home.

If you choose the latter, you should buy some good quality sources of light, prepare a good water source indoors, and an air conditioner will help you regulate the air streams inside the closed space. All these things are necessary to set up in advance, so that your marijuana plant can grow without any problems. In these conditions, your marijuana plant will have beautiful leaves, it will be strong and healthy, and it will give you the best results.

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Starting An Outdoor Marijuana Garden - 8 Strain Suggestions II

By |abe||e August 20, 2015 125 Views No comments

Outdoor cultivation of marijuana is common in some parts of the world. If you are thinking of creating one and wondering what the best outdoor marijuana strain to grow, here are some suggestions:

5. Pure Power Plant

This is a hybrid strain first developed in the late 1990s. It is said to have come from some South African marijuana variety, but its attributes are strongly sativa influenced. It grows tall plants and can deliver up to 800 grams per square meter of yield. It contains extremely high THC levels and produces a pine-like flavor plus a powerful social buzz.

6. New Purple Power

A sativa strain that was introduced in Europe in the late 1980s, New Purple Power is an outdoor strain that grows tall plants. It contains high THC levels so when smoked, it can trigger a long-lasting, energetic buzz with a sweet and sour taste.

7. Haze 19x Skunk

With a lot of benefits and positive attributes to offer, this strain has become one of the more popular hybrid strains today. It contains high THC levels and produces a pleasant flavor and scent when smoked.

8. Super Ice

This is the product of cross breeding Ice 2000 and Supergirl. It is more popularly known for its extremely high THC levels, so a lot of marijuana enthusiasts choose to smoke it. It can trigger a very powerful buzz.

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Starting An Outdoor Marijuana Garden - 8 Strain Suggestions I

By |abe||e August 20, 2015 139 Views No comments

Thinking of setting up an outdoor marijuana garden soon? Do you already have a particular strain to grow? If you don't, here are 8 top notch marijuana strains suitable for outdoor cultivation.

1. Full Moon Feminized 

This is a hybrid strain that is said to have come from Southeast Asia. It can thrive in the sunny climate and has a long flowering period that lasts between 65 and 75 days. It is best known for its buds that look like popcorn. It contains high THC levels and can be used for medical treatments.

2. Hawaii x Maui Waui 

This sativa strain is a native of Hawaii. It is known for its citrusy scent and fruity flavor. It grows tall plants that can thrive in the sunny climate. It contains low THC levels and can be used for medical purposes.

3. Early Girl

A good marijuana strain to grow if you are a newbie marijuana grower, Early Girl is famous for being highly resistant to pests and molds. It grows tall plants that can deliver about 600 grams per square meter of yield by harvest time. It contains high THC levels and triggers a mellow high when smoked.

4.BDS Special Feminized

A hybrid strain that is widely used for medical purposes as it contains extremely high THC levels, BDS Special Feminized is one of the finest and best marijuana strains today. It delivers up to 700 grams per square meter of yield that triggers a long-lasting heavy high and leaves a sweet flavor and aroma when smoked.

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Growing Your Own Cannabis

By Simi August 20, 2015 185 Views No comments

Is it easy or even beneficial to grow your own cannabis? It may not be easy but it can be beneficial to grow you own. If you decide to grow your own however, you will need to know how to plant and take care of it in order to get a good plant that survives.

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You can purchase seeds if you have a medical marijuana card that legally allows you to purchase them. They can be purchased at seed banks. You will need to decide on a strain you wish to purchase first and then understand that strains particular needs as far as soil, water, lighting, and food.

The seeds you buy must be of good quality in order to grow so check you seeds make sure they are not limp or they will not grow no matter what you do to help them grow as far as water, light, and nutrients. If you start with good seed then follow up with the proper needs of the plant you will almost always end up with a good crop.


Depending on the soil you start with you may need to add fertilizers. Be careful of commercial fertilizers and do not overdo it as it will burn your plants. They need proper nutrients to grow well, you also have to take into consideration the plants cycle, are they flowering? If so they will need different levels of certain nutrients compared to others. Knowing how much of what is an important part of fertilizing your crop so it grows well. If you are unsure, talk to other growers take into consideration their suggestions especially if you get different amounts, or types of fertilizers used. Test you soil so you know what the level is when you are ready to fertilize, again you do not want to get too much of one nutrient and not enough of another. 


Watering is important and needs to be done in the correct quantity so you do not over water or under water your plants. It needs a delicate balance in order to grow properly. Too much water and you will have root rot and dead plants, not enough and they will die of dehydration. You will need to provide clean water for your plants, if you use a water softener for home do not give them water from the tap as it will contain sodium (salt) get the water from the tank prior to it going to the water softener. City water usually contains fluoride and other chemicals so test the water, run it through a filter if need be. 

Sunlamps and lighting

Light is important and you need the correct type of light as well as the correct amount. If you are growing indoors, invest in grow lamps. If you need a large area with lots of lights then go with lights that are larger, just remember the light mimics sunlight, it helps with temperature control as well so you need to pay attention to how long it is on.

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