Episode 43: Latest Research in Cannabis Cultivation with Dr. Allison Justice



Have you ever wondered what’s the best way to prune and train your plants? And what’s really going on in the curing process with cannabis? These questions …

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  1. I have some questions about the information:

    -When Allison is saying certain nutrient companies are basically recommending application rates that have certain gardeners to use upwards of 400ppm of Nitrogen, when it should max out in the low 200ppms, and that tissue samples show that the plant only took in the same amount of Nitrogen, and the rest/extra "goes out the bottom of the pot", *how the hell is the plant not burnt to a crips*?
    How can one apply twice the maximum usable amount of 'x' element/nutrient and not burn the plant and have visible signs of this?

  2. At 1:04 she starts to correlate the human produced co2 with the increase in the buckets… but did we consider temperatures? I believe a lot of metabolic activity is occurring in curing and the ethelyne production she mentioned steers me that way… more humans in the room , higher temps , higher metabolic activity, higher gas production ..

  3. fox farm is number #1 BUT why is it,do you think its cuz cost,i do my nutes last so friggin long,i look for the best,in most cases its most expensive,apt people sometimes don't have space to mix,i dont think its that evil,if you take time,i use a citric acid to grab salts better in end flush,i mean 300 ppm is not bad? thats what it is after nutes

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