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We strive to continue learning, innovating, and educating to make our world a better place for all through sustainability and climate-smart agricultural practices and procedures. Please run your own experiments, leave us comments and questions. We hope the following posts inspire your curiosity!
ALOHA, are you growing the superfoods ginger or turmeric or maybe both, or are interested in honing your gardening and horticulture skills, then check out
Cannabis/ hemp cultivation education, Chapter 1: Taxonomy and Germination, Seedling, and Cloning growth stages. Whether you are a novice grower or professional horticulturist, you will learn everything from A to Z covering proper and optimal horticultural care of cannabis and hemp in germination, seedling, and cloning growth stages this first chapter.
We wanted to share a little bit more in conjunction with our previous article on living soils and understanding your ingredients, ratios, and preparation. One
To begin, let’s talk about time. Soil production in general is a natural process and takes time. We’re talking in good environments your soil will be ready in a few weeks in constant environments (tropical and temperate zones), but in fluctuating locales with unfavorable conditions (temperature, arid/dryness, humidity, etc.) it may take up to a month or longer. However, no matter your environmental conditions this will be very affordable, feasible, and sustainable, and giving a grower more or less control depending on how complex they prep their soil.