The branches are parts of the cannabis plant, which grow from the main stem, giving the plant extra support for the fan leaves and flowers. The cannabis plant’s branches will grow thicker as the leaves grow and continue to absorb sunlight.
Smokable flower of the cannabis plant
The ability of a medium or solution to resist change in pH fluctuations.
Leaf tips that turn dark from excess fertilizer and salt buildup.
A combination of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. “Carbos,” or sugars and starches, are used to feed root zone beneficials.
This is a variant of metal halide that uses an extremely hot ceramic tube to ionize various gasses and salts chosen for a specific spectral output. These metal halides feature much more red than a standard metal halide.
A chemical compound composed of a metal ion and a chelating agent, usually organic such as an amino acid. Chelates bond with certain minerals to increase uptake in plants while preventing interactions with other minerals that could render minerals unavailable (lockout.)
General yellowing of a plant due to a lack of chlorophyll production during photosynthesis. This is typically caused by a pH imbalance, or nitrogen or iron deficiency.