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PMG July-August Cover Story – Dr Earth Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer

It is during a cannabis plant’s vegetative stage of growth that either a strong or weak foundation is built for the upcoming flowering stage. Cannabis plants …

Increasing Terpene Production for Better Flavor and Quality

The unique odor and flavor profile of a cannabis plant can be attributed to specific chemical compounds called terpenes. Like THC and other sought-after …

PMG Cover Story – Geoflora Organic Nutrients for Cannabis Cultivation

Cannabis growers can approach plant nutrition from two distinct directions: conventional or organic. Conventional fertilizers, a.k.a. chemical fertilizers, are …

Professional Marijuana Grower Book Review – Outdoor Performance Cannabis

Dustin Fraser is one of the most respected cannabis growers in the country. Based in northern California’s famed “Emerald Triangle,” Dustin has pioneered …

Yeast, Regulations and Its Indirect Role in Photosynthesis

You never know where your day is going to take you. I received an email from a customer who had run a sample of one of our products through a cannabis testing …

Using Cannabis Specific Bloom and Flower Enhancers

Throughout the growing process, cannabis cultivators make various changes to their garden’s environmental conditions, such as lighting and nutrition, to best …

New Search App Offers Unbiased Results

Nichols Publishing Company, the publishers of Professional Marijuana Grower and NUGL have entered a partnership that offers a new technology to the cannabis …

PMG Cover Story – Terpinator® by Rhizoflora

Terpenes are defined as a large and diverse class of organic compounds that are produced by plants. Their purpose is to attract pollinators or to deter pest …

Identifying Common Cannabis Plant Nutrient Deficiencies

Just like any other cultivated crop, in order to live and thrive cannabis plants require what are referred to as essential elements. These essential elements …

The Importance of Soil Organic Matter

Two hundred years ago the soil contained 3000 gigatons of carbon, now half the carbon in the soil has been released into the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Why …