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Grow Cannabis – Day 29 Part 2 – by Jorge Cervantes

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Jorge Cervantes shares with viewers the trellis technique he uses in his outdoor garden. Plants grown a few feet tall are bent using a string trellis to hold down primary branches. Secondary branches are then forced to become primary branches. Keep watching to see the results of the trellis technique. Read More »

Grow Cannabis – The Cannabis Encyclopedia – by Jorge Cervantes

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Jorge Cervantes shares a preview of his newly released book “The Cannabis Encyclopedia”. More than 2,000 beautiful color images illustrate this 588-page book. The large 8.5 x 11-inch format, three-column pages are easy to read and packed with up-to-date information that make this book essential for all cannabis gardeners and patients. Click here to order “The Cannabis Encyclopedia” By Jorge ... Read More »

Grow Cannabis – Jorge’s Garden Day 26 Part 1 – by Jorge Cervantes

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Here’s another update from the garden. This week Jorge shares his recipe for activated aerated compost tea. He sprays his garden with the tea solution to suppress powdery mildew which has started to infiltrate the garden. There are many advantages to using this tea in your garden. Keep watching or visit the online forum for more information. Read More »

Grow Cannabis – Jorge’s Garden Day 23 – by Jorge Cervantes

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The plants have acclimated quite well to the outdoor environment after using the shade cloth for a couple of weeks. Jorge has now removed the shade cloth and the plants are starting show more vigor. A couple of the plants show signs of positive phototropism. The leaves have oriented themselves in the direction of the sun. Stay tuned for more ... Read More »

Grow Cannabis – Jorge’s Garden Day 5 – by Jorge Cervantes

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Jorge shares an update from the garden. The plants have been transplanted into the raised garden beds. The plants have not completely been acclimated to direct sunlight. Jorge uses 50% shade cloth to help keep the plants cool and shaded. Keep watching each week for more updates from Jorge’s garden. Read More »