High Times Michigan MedCan Cup: 7 Pot Growing Tips

“Less is more. The best way to avoid pests and diseases is to have enough airflow. Make sure to move cool filtered air in and exhaust all spent warm air out.”
Mike Boutin, California grower and star of Weed Wars

“You should always start with 100% organic grow mix and water from the bottom. That way you avoid creating a moist soil layer at the top of your pots that can encourage pests and molds.”
Dr. O of Dr. O’s Natural Soil

“Humidity is a bitch around here. It goes up and down all the time. You have to use a humidifier when your lights are on and a de-humidifier when they’re off. Otherwise, powdery mildew and mites will run wild.”
Leo from Pure Altitude Seeds www.purealtitude.co 

“Mites are a huge deal in this area. There’s super mites! Both russet and broad. They’re a real plague and getting stronger. Our enzyme naturally dissolves their exoskeletons killing the bugs and their eggs all at once.”
Scott from Urban Gro products

“Start from square one – with a clean space. Make it clean before you begin growing and then keep it clean by protecting all surfaces. We’re growing medicine so lets treat it that way.”
Steve from Cannabis Clean

“Humidity! It causes an increase in powdery mildew and spider mites. We have the solution – not neem oil but a pure neem extract. The added benefit is that it also increases your yields, all naturally and completely certified organic.
Jim from Organibliss

“Powdery mildew and mold isn’t just a problem for your growroom, it’s dangerous for patients. Either use a sealed room or filter your intake and outtake well. Outdoor plants should finish before the end of September to avoid bud rot.”
Buddy from Clio Cultivation
11394 N. Saginaw Rd. Clio, MI 48420
810-686-GROW (4769)

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