Jack Herer is one of the most important figures in the history of cannabis activism in the United States. His dedication to the destigmatization and legalization of cannabis landed him with a now very popular strain named after him.
Discover the different types of hash made all around the world, from ancient, almost extinct Nepalese Temple Balls, to dry sift Afghani or Moroccan hash, to present day concentrate extraction like shatter and rosin.
The cannabis cola is the jewel of the plant, and very important to cannabis growers. The cola holds the tight knit cannabis buds that flower together. Let's dive into this precious part of the plant and how it grows.
Cannabis pollen is made by male cannabis plants and is very useful for breeders looking to create their own strains. It can be quite intimidating since it has the potential to mess up your grow. Let's dig into how to collect cannabis pollen and use it effectively for breeding.
F1, F2 and F3 are terms that you may hear thrown around by cannabis growers. F1 refers to the generation of plants created by 2 parents, or the P1 generation. Learn more about what these cannabis genetic terms really mean for growing cannabis.
Despite many states legalizing recreational cannabis, it continues to be considered a Schedule 1 drug on a federal level. Would anything change if cannabis was classified as a Schedule 2 drug? WikiLeaf dives into this issue and what changes we may see if this classification is switched.
Compost tea is the liquid version of the microorganism-rich, decomposed organic materials that you add to your plant’s soil to keep them thriving. There are many ways to increase the health of your cannabis plants, and a lot of growers have recently started to use compost tea on their weed plants.
As an indoor grower, you might be wondering, if only there was a way to push our own grows to match their max yield in outdoor spaces, and maybe even surpass it. Lucky for you, there is and it’s called “trellising” your cannabis garden.