This section is devoted to equipment for the cultivation of cannabis and psilocybin mushrooms. Growing hemp at home will require a good theoretical knowledge base from the gardener, as well as financial investments. The monetary part of the question is related to the purchase or manufacture of growboxes, the purchase of the necessary lighting, reflectors, ventilation, a carbon filter, optimal soil or nutrient solution, as well as pots and measuring instruments. In this section, we paid special attention to the literature, as well as storage methods of finished products and various devices (devices) that will help you get real pleasure from the process of using the cultivation product.
The best lighting for any plant, of course, is the sun, but what if the grower decides to cultivate cannabis at home? For many years, gardeners around the world have not been able to agree on what kind of lighting to grow hemp is better. Some are inclined to believe that Dnat lamps are an ideal option, although they have drawbacks in the form of the need for constant cooling, fragility and too much energy consumption. Other gardeners prefer to cultivate hemp under LED lights, which are characterized by a long period of work, low energy consumption, but are not cheap. Beginner cannabis growers who grow cannabis in mini-boxes, and at all declare excellent results under ESL lamps. This section of the forum is devoted only to coverage. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of certain lamps and choose the best option for yourself.
Growing cannabis at home will undoubtedly cause certain difficulties for the grower, because the smell exuded by the plant during flowering can spread far beyond the boundaries of one room. Unwanted attention of outsiders to their hobby pushes gardeners to various tricks to disguise and remove a persistent aroma. It is one thing when one small bush grows in the room, the fragrance of which can be masked by absorbers, incense and fragrances, and it is quite another when 5 or more bushes grow in the room. In this situation, the grower can not do without equipping the growbox with high-quality ventilation with a carbon filter. What kind of ventilation is needed, what is a carbon filter and how does this whole thing work, you will learn in this section of the forum.
In this section, forum participants will be able to learn about the latest innovations in the production of green boxes, get acquainted with the schemes and methods of self-assembly of a home greenhouse and its types. It also contains articles that will help a beginner gardener to make a carbon filter on their own, build soundproofing for duct fans and find out what ventilation should be in the grow box.
Here you will learn how to store cannabis and how to protect yourself in the process of growing it. Growing and drying tarry cones is only half the process, guaranteeing an unforgettable taste and softness when smoking. This section of the forum is devoted to manipulations with the finished cultivation product: curing and the rules for long-term storage of treasured buds.
This section is devoted to the equipment necessary for obtaining a smart crop. Growing cannabis at home involves the presence of a grow box equipped with proper lighting, ventilation, a charcoal filter, measuring instruments, and a hydroponic system, if cultivated on a nutrient solution. Here you will find out which lamps are best suited for autoflowering and photoperiod cannabis varieties, what ventilation should be and how many plants can be placed on one square meter. In addition to technical equipment, in this section you can find informative information about devices and various devices designed for the use of the final cultivation product.
This section contains useful reading for the grover. In the topics you can find books by famous authors on cultivation on the hydroponic system. Outdoor cultivation of cannabis and the home greenhouse are also covered in this section. The famous "Grover's Bible", "The Tibetan Book of the Dead", as well as "Marijuana - a Forbidden Medicine" are available to forum participants in the form of download links, as well as published texts. Starting to cultivate hemp, the grower should have minimal knowledge in botany. Having studied at least a third of the material presented here, the gardener will be ready for the first experiment.