Garden Tools

Garden Tools

Trimming cannabis means removing the excess sugar leaves from the actual cannabis buds. Using Garden Tools such as scissors.

When you grow a cannabis plant, it comes through like a flower with a bunch of excess leaves around it. These leaves are called fan leaves and sugar leaves. The fan leaves are the big cornhusk-like leaves that grow from the plant’s branches; the sugar leaves are the little leaves growing from your plant’s flowers.

Wet trimming vs. dry trimming

There are two types of cannabis trimming: wet trimming and dry trimming you can use scissors for. Once you harvest your plants they’ll be full of moisture and nutrients that they took up during the growth phase. You can trim them then, or you can allow them to dry and then trim them after.

Drying & Curing

Drying your crops correctly and easily is absolutely essential to getting the most value and pleasure out of your flowers. When you use a Drying Rack 6 Tier, you’ll get more from your crops because its design makes it easy for you to put lots of flowers into the ideal situation for drying and curing. This minimizes the chance that moisture-caused molds and mildews could attack your crops and harm them.

Why is it important to store weed correctly?

If you care about potency and flavor, you should care about proper storage. It goes without saying that you should store any form of cannabis away from kids and pets. Beyond safety, the right storage conditions go a long way in ensuring you have the best and most pleasant smoking experience possible.

Green for Go

Gardeners primarily use green light to water, navigate the grow room, or inspect plants during the dark cycle. Because the green lights do not interrupt the plant’s “night” period. Green light mimics moonlight, so even if a plant is aware of the light, it does not trigger photosynthesis or photoperiod hormones. Do not disturb your plants light cycle. Green light for dark cycle grow room viewing

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