Flushing a Cannabis Plant

As a cannabis plant goes through its life cycle, it will consume nutrients, and store them up inside the leaves, and flowers. Flushing a cannabis plant before harvest will help remove these nutrients from the plant, giving you a cleaner, smoother product. If a cannabis plant was suffering from excess or toxicity, then flushing the …

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Cannabis Plant Deficiencies

Before you try to treat cannabis plant deficiencies, you need to know for sure, what the problem is. Just because your plants may look like they are deficient in a particular nutrient, it doesn’t mean that they are! In this guide we will go through the most common cause of cannabis plant deficiencies, how to …

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Guides to Fixing Cannabis Plant Deficiencies and Problems

Welcome to Percys Grow Rooms Guides to Fixing Cannabis Plant Deficiencies Here you will find everything you need to help you fix a cannabis plant problem. From snapping a branch during LST, to drying cannabis losing its smell. Don’t rush, take your time! Make sure you know what the problems is, and then begin to …

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Diagnose a Cannabis Plant Problem

For new growers, and even experienced ones, to know how to diagnose a cannabis plant problem is not always easy. Sometimes it can be difficult for you to pinpoint exactly what the problem is. By looking for certain symptoms on the plant leaves, you can diagnose a cannabis plant problem easily. And with the correct …

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Fix a Cannabis Plant Problem, in 7 Steps

There are few things you can do to fix a cannabis plant problem easily. Most of the time, a cannabis plant problem can be fixed, with in 24 hours. The most important thing to remember when treating cannabis plant problems, is take your time, and get the diagnosis right. If you get the wrong diagnosis, …

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Potassium Excess

Potassium, is the “K” in your N/P/K Ratio. Like Nitrogen and Phosphorous, it is known as a “Macro nutrient”, and is one of the three main elements needed in plant growth. Here will will discuss Potassium Excess, this is when your plant has too much Potassium. Potassium helps the pores of the plant open and …

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