Use a small 10X loupe to help identify garden pests.
This sugary bud to date has on name, but the grower is thinking about calling her “Frosty.”
This bud with no name is one of the ones from a Mexican breeding program.
This bud was harvested three days after the photo was snapped. As you can see she is more than a handful!
This beautiful photo of resin glands was taken with the help of a reddish light filter. They are normally clear to translucent in color.
This beautiful bud is still being developed. It must be stabilized, but for now it is packed with resin!
The purples really come out in this experimental bud. The temperatures drop to 30-40 degrees F at night. The cold weather makes the buds turn purple.
The Dutch growers from Nirvana keep every square centimetre of the grow room full of plants and make sure there is plenty of ventilation and air circulation.
Start small plants indoors in February or March under 18-24 hours of light. Move them outdoors early and plants get big!
Richard Lee is the head of the Oaksterdam University in California. Oaksterdam University boasts more than 10,000 graduates!