Hemp production has boomed since it was legalized in 2018. The end product is used in everything from clothing to biofuel and manufactured plastics. The benefits of growing hemp are huge for our environment. It grows up to 13 feet in 100 days and absorbs more carbon dioxide per hectare than any other crop or tree. From selecting land and seeds to harvesting and testing, find out what it takes to become a pro at growing hemp!
German Chocolate Cake is one of the most beloved cakes served at any occasion. The addition of cannabis-infused frosting makes it even more mouthwatering! The frosting is packed with coconut, pecans, semi-sweet chocolate and marijuana butter. Don't miss this moist, decadent recipe perfect for a marijuana birthday cake, party or any celebration!
After months of tending to your plant’s water, nutrient, and pH levels, you're finally getting ready to reap the fruits of your labor! The work isn’t quite done yet. Under- or over-drying could lead to moldy or harsh-tasting cannabis. Not to mention all the hours you've invested that would be ruined by a drying or curing mistake. Learning how to dry and cure is the final leg of the race to resinous and flavorful buds. You may not get it right the first try, but our guide will help you get close!
Need a bite-sized cannabis-infused snack? These marijuana-infused caramel blondies will delight the crowd! Infused cannabis butter is the key ingredient in this simple recipe that's great for beginners to cooking with cannabis! Start making your own edibles at home to control dosage and your budget.
In a wild environment, cannabis plants are pollinated with the help of wind and some animals. In the traditional marijuana cultivation process, all the male plants are removed once they show any sexual characteristics so they don't pollinate the females. That will result in seedy, low-quality cannabis. If you're trying to create seeds, the process of pollination is necessary. You can also self-pollinate female plants by collecting pollen from desirable male plants.
Packed with ham, swiss, and cannabutter this recipe for chicken cordon bleu will get a crowd baked and bring back fond memories of home-cooked meals! They're sure to please guests at your next marijuana dinner party, holiday event, or other celebration. Cooking with cannabis is fun and easy with simple recipes for crowd favorites.
Get started on your dream career by reading our guide to writing a cover letter for the cannabis industry. Learn what a cover letter is, why it’s important, what to include, and how to stand out to cannabis hiring managers. In the increasingly competitive cannabis industry, it's important to get noticed. A cover letter can make a memorable first impression, if you know the best way to deliver it. Don't miss our tips to land an interview for your dream marijuana job!
Nothing says fun like rum! This recipe for cannabis-infused rum cake is sure to please any crowd. In the last 15-20 minutes of baking the cake made with marijuana oil, you apply a decadent glaze that will leave guests licking their lips. Bust out the Captain and get cooking with cannabis in this easy-to-follow recipe!
Lounging poolside sounds divine, but summer's not the time for rest when you grow cannabis! There are plenty of garden chores you should be tackling to ensure a bountiful harvest. From aerating soil to defoliating and pruning marijuana leaves, these five chores will prepare your soil and your plants for success!
Reduce, reuse, recycle! Don't toss those cannabis stems. Stems (and leaves) have some leftover therapeutic cannabinoids, albeit, considerably less than flower buds. While they can be harsh to smoke, cannabis stems can be used in a myriad of effective and fun ways. By saving stems, consumers can get the most out of their medicine by making cannabis tea, pain-relieving weed topicals, tasty marijuana edibles, Rick Simpson Oil, and more! Learn our tips and tricks to using your stems for good.
Increase yields up to 20 percent by enriching your cannabis grow with carbon dioxide! It's crucial to plant development and growth. Boosting CO2 levels in your grow room can profoundly impact your production and overall quality. From small personal grows to elaborate commercial operations, there's a way to provide effective CO2 supplementation without breaking the bank. Find out the pros and cons of CO2 enrichment in your marijuana grow.
Delicious and nutritious, granola makes a great snack, breakfast cereal, and all around multi-tasking food to keep in your cupboard all year long! Hemp is full of fiber, protein, antioxidants and beneficial fats, making it a fantastic addition to a healthy diet. Dive into these mouthwatering 3 granola recipes, including one without oats as well as recipes with rolled oats and steel-cut oats.
Curing cannabis is essentially a natural aging process that creates a smoother hit. Ideally, curing should last between a month or two (sometimes up to a year). Speeding up the drying and curing process may leave you with brittle marijuana flower. High-temperature storage can help your marijuana age faster, but it won’t taste the best. If taste and aroma are low on your list of priorities, these curing hacks can cut down your curing time by half or more.
Want to get into America's fastest industry? Interested in starting your own business? Learn 3 areas to focus on when you're formulating your cannabis brand - creation, promotion, and placement. Don't get lost in the increasingly competitive, crowded marijuana industry! Learn how to stand out from the competition and develop a brand that gets noticed.
Make a delicious frosted carrot cake using fresh, grated carrots and a butter-based frosting infused with cannabis! Our recipe includes pecans or you can leave them out. It's the perfect marijuana cake recipe for any occasion including birthdays, graduations, parties, and more. It's an ideal recipe for anyone interested in cooking with cannabis!
Want to get an extra outdoor cannabis harvest in this fall? If you live in an area with mild weather and low rainfall, you may be able to! Picking the right marijuana strains is important as well as keeping roots warm and plants dry. Growing three autoflower crops per year will increase yields dramatically. Starting a third autoflower grow in August results in a late-October or early-November harvest. Learn tips for growing cannabis in colder climates so you can harvest more this autumn!
Medterra was started in 2017 as a CBD company that was focused on selling CBD tincture sourced from their farm in Kentucky. Medterra has expanded and is now offering other CBD products like topicals, capsules and more. Find out about their quality, potency, testing and other reasons Medterra is a leader in CBD.
Interested in a discreet way to consume cannabis? Candy infused with marijuana might be ideal for you! Cannabis infused candy can also be great for people with trouble swallowing. Our simple recipe has a corn syrup base and can be flavored however you wish! Get creative with cannabis cooking with our easy-to-make recipe for weed candy.
It's not hard to germinate cannabis seeds yourself if plants or clones aren't available. Using the paper towel method is easy and affordable for beginner marijuana growers. Essentially, you germinate seeds between two damp paper towels and a couple of plates, which create a contained and dark environment for a few days. When your weed seedlings have sprouted long enough roots, you place them in your preferred growing medium. Learn the steps to germinating seeds so you can grow like the pros!
If you're looking for a discreet way to consume cannabis that doesn't involve smoking, you may be wondering whether marijuana tincture or infused weed edibles are best. From potency to onset time and shelf stability, there are pros and cons to each. If you're interested in cooking with cannabis or making marijuana concentrates you don't want to miss this breakdown.
Hydroponic growing systems are used by farmers for everything from vegetables to cannabis. Essentially water circulates nutrients through the growing area, providing plants with everything they need to thrive. Hydroponic marijuana growers tend to have fewer pest, disease, and other issues that come with outdoor weed growing, and new research suggests they use less water. Check out our beginner's guide to hydroponic cannabis growing to learn how to harness the power of water to grow the best bud!
There are more people than ever growing their own cannabis at home. With access comes advancement, and the supplies available have become markedly more sophisticated in the last few years. New technology in lights, grow tents, testing tools and more are helping people realize the dream of growing their own medicine and better controlling their budget. Whether you're growing indoors or outdoors, discover the tools you need to grow high-quality cannabis in our list of the 10 best growing supplies!
Topping is one of the most important steps that occurs during the vegetative phase of cannabis growing to increase yields. Topping plants in a cannabis grow is a procedure that removes the visible apical meristem of the plant - the very top of the marijuana plant where the most rapid growth occurs. Cutting off the apical meristem results in the top of the plant forking instead of growing as a single shoot. Where there was initially just one main stem growing, there will be two after topping.
Indoor cannabis growers are responsible for providing plants with the light, water, and nutrients they need to thrive. Beyond using the right equipment, starting out with the right marijuana seeds also helps ensure a heady harvest. Our list of the top 20 seeds for indoor weed growing includes some old favorites like Jack Herer and OG Kush as well as auto-flowering and feminized cannabis seeds that are easier for beginning marijuana growers to utilize successfully.