• Garden Fever

    Last month I wrote about setting up a new indoor garden and described the germination method. Since then, most of the seeds germinated but the foam and hydrocorn method I was testing was not ideal.

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  • High Ends and New Beginnings

    Enjoying the Harvest It’s been more than seven weeks since the winter/spring crop of “Ed Rosenthal Super Bud” has been harvested. It was left to dry in an unheated room with ambient

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  • The Advantage of Small Plants

    A large, healthy, flowering cannabis plant is an inspiring sight. It’s the successful culmination of an entire season’s effort. The quest for big plants is an artifact of eased prohibition rules,

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    I met a cannabis cultivator at a cannabis and health conference in Oahu, Hawaii this past January. He invited me to visit his farm located on the North shore of Oahu. He serves about 100 patients,

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  • Lessons From A Jamaican Winter Grow

    The dream and demand, “Legalize It!” has finally come to pass in Jamaica. People aren’t going to jail for cannabis. It is used freely in more places. However, licensing legal cannabis companies

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  • A Visit to Dark Heart

    All images © Ed Rosenthal. I recently visited one of the most respected cloneries in Northern California—Dark Heart Nursery. Through stores and dispensaries, it supplies both hobbyists and

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  • Oakland Outdoor Garden Part IV

    The Oakland garden is now ripe and is being harvested. As expected, the buds were ripe on Nov. 1. However, there was a delay in preparing for it, and the crew is playing catch-up. Every cultivator

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