Re-amending your growing medium using Gaia Green Dry Amendments

When you first start growing, the costs can add up quickly. So, I always look for ways of lowering those costs and one thing that helps save a decent amount is reusing soil/coco coir. When I purchased soil for my first grow, it cost me about $75-80CAD. It doesn’t seem like a huge cost but if you’re buying fresh soil/coco […]

Tips for adjusting your environment

As a new grower, it can be very difficult to maintain a consistent environment. And even in a stable environment, the temperature and humidity will fluctuate slightly. So it’s good to know different ways to adjust your environment. Sometimes the issue can be solved by small and easy solutions, while other times it can require upgrades to equipment if the […]

5 Grow room cleaning tips for healthier plants

Keeping your grow room clean is easy and has many benefits, for example, it helps to reduce chances of diseases, viruses and pests. It also gives you greater control over your plants environment. I have put together a list of tips to help keep your plants healthier, by keeping their environment clean. So, Let’s grow! 1. Use stockings or fine […]

THC, CBN & CBD: What they mean for your grow

What are cannabinoids? Cannabinoids is a general term for a class of chemical compounds that naturally occur in cannabis. They are formed and found in the trichomes of the plant. There are many different cannabinoids or phyto-cannabinoids present in cannabis. These cannabinoids are what makes cannabis such an amazing, beneficial plant. They each have their own set of benefits and […]

What are mobile & immobile nutrients?

Nutrients are classified as either immobile or mobile depending on if it can be moved around the plant once it’s been fully absorbed. Mobile nutrients are stored in older leaves and can be moved around the plant wherever it’s needed. Immobile nutrients stay close to where they were originally deposited. Deficiencies & excess of mobile nutrients will appear in older […]

Composting for your cannabis plants

What is composting? Composting is nature’s way of recycling. It is the process of breaking food and plant waste down into usable soil. Microorganisms break down organic matter in the pile into available nutrients, ready for plants to absorb. This process can take weeks to months depending on what you compost. The end result is a nutrient dense soil that […]