Eugene Garden & Harvest center is pleased to announce our advertisement in the Premier Edition of Grow Cannabis Magazine.
This Summer Issue is packed with information about growing and local businesses in the cannabis industry.
Available for only $4.95 at many stores around Eugene, including Barnes and Noble and of course Eugene Garden and Harvest center.
Subscriptions available on their website. Stop on by and check out this great new magazine!
HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE STORIES YOU’LL FIND FEATURED IN growCannabis Magazine!
THE 21.5 POUND PLANT
Twenty-one and a half pounds of cured, dried bud from one plant, and that’s not even counting popcorn and larfy buds from the bottom of the canopy. “There are a lot of people doing really big things in Southern Oregon and Northern California, but we haven’t seen anything come out that’s bigger than that.” Sarah Sandoval chuckled. “It’s yet to be confirmed by Guinness, but it’d be nice to get the them out to the farm for this year’s harvest because we plan on going even bigger and it would be nice to open the [Guinness] door for even more cannabis participation in their efforts to document world records.” …
HOW TO COLLECT POLLEN
If you are growing male and female cannabis plants in the same room, then pollinating all of the female plants in your grow room is easy; but if you desire to leave some of the females unpollinated, or focus on breeding certain, specific, different crosses in the same room, then you will need to remove males as soon as you can identify them. Put them in a separate room as far away from your females as possible. Unwanted pollination of female plants can occur in even the most sterile, controlled environments, so pay attention to detail, turn fans off, and get the men out as soon as you find them. Having isolated your males you can begin collecting their pollen, but before you even start, choose wisely. …
STARTING SEEDS WITH SEAWEED
It may take you a bit longer to start from seed as opposed to clones, but there are a lot fewer things that can go wrong and it is the only way to be sure you have not brought someone else’s problems, be it disease, bugs or other undesirables into your own garden space. …
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