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by Nebula Haze Emergency Resources for Sick Seedlings! Sometimes the hardest part of growing cannabis is getting started. If you've never gardened or planted a seed before, you may have to learn everything from scratch. And with expensive and hard-to-get marijuana seeds, there's a lot of pressure to get things right! At GWE, we have resources for...
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by Nebula Haze Table of Contents Introduction: Most Common Plant Training Mistakes Not Training at All Breaking a Main Stem by Accident Mistakenly Keeping Plants Too Small Letting Plants Get Too Big Topping Plant Too Early (or Incorrectly) Not Securing Plants Properly Excessive Training on Sick or Slow-Growing Plants   Did you know that "training" your...
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by Nebula Haze The following symptoms are for when your cannabis leaves are "clawing" or curling up or curling down. I'll give a short explanation with pictures of each problem, plus links to the solutions! Fix this common (but hard to diagnose) marijuana problem today!     Nitrogen Toxicity A Nitrogen toxicity is the result...
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by Nebula Haze Most indoor cannabis growers use fans to blow air around within the grow area. This creates a nice breezy environment that cannabis plants love. But sometimes there can be too much breeze! Be Careful! Too Much Wind Causes Clawed Leaves and Sometimes Spots When there’s too much breeze, the affected marijuana leaves will start getting...
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by Nebula Haze Cannabis Fungus Gnat Cheat Sheet Fungus gnats look like tiny flies buzzing around cannabis plants, especially around the soil. Their larva grows in wet soil, and they often appear when the topsoil stays wet for too long between waterings. How to Get Rid of Fungus Gnats: A fungus gnat is so small it's thinner than...
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by Nebula Haze Question: Help! My cannabis plants are young (growing in soil indoors with sunlight and my leaves are medium sized) yet my main stems are turning purple from the top downwards. Have you seen this before? Answer: When a cannabis plant or seedling has a purple stem without any other signs of problems, it...
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by Nebula Haze Do Your Marijuana Leaves Have Nutrient Burn? Quick Summary: Nutrient burn is one of the most common beginner cannabis growing problems. The yellow or brown leaf tips are caused by too-high levels of nutrients accumulating in the leaves. (Nutrient burn is often called "Nute Burn" in the cannabis growing community). When the roots take in more nutrients...
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by Sirius Fourside Table of Contents Introduction to Root Rot (With Tons of Pictures!) What Triggers Root Rot? Solution: Get Rid of Root Rot Forever! Cannabis Root Rot - Slimy, brown, twisted or unhealthy roots are caused by unwanted pathogens in your hydroponic tank! The marijuana plant on the left is healthy, and the plant on...
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Problem: If your plant is drooping, then it's usually a sign of either over or under-watering. Cannabis Underwatering Symptoms drooping (plants often get better after being watered) leaves often seem "papery" and thin because they don't have any water inside them. (This is opposed to overwatering where the leaves often feel bloated and "fat" from all the water...
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