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Award Winning Strains

Shantibaba, lead geneticist and founder of both Mr. Nice Seedbank and Greenhouse Seed Mr. Nice Seedbank is responsible for many original Cannabis Cup winning strains from as early as 1988 and throughout the 90’s, such as “White Widow” and “Super Silver Haze.”

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Super Silver Haze

A champion of champions since winning its hat-trick at the 1997, 1998, and 1999 High Times Cannabis Cups and comprising of the most commercial strains known to the uncivilised world: Skunk, NL and Haze. Such achievements confer an undoubtedly regal pedigree. It has an excellent breed for those who wish to possess the stash of stashes and leaves one gasping for reality. This complex hybrid is in the cutting edge in practical Haze hybrids, designed to astound the grower and consumer alike. Recommendation is unnecessary as most people can not see the Haze for their daze.

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More Than Just Potency: Top 5 Cannabis Strains With The Best Aroma

There’s nothing quite like opening a fresh jar or bag of marijuana and being treated to some sweet-smelling weed. In fact, cannabis has one of the most recognizable and pungent smells of all plants. Whether you’re a beginner user or cannabis connoisseur, different smells of weed can be one of the most exhilarating parts of growing or purchasing. But do you know what makes weed smell or the best smelling strains overall? Let’s sniff our way into the world of cannabis and find out more about these unique scents.

Why Does All Weed Smell Different?

By now, you probably know that cannabis is a complex plant, with each genetic or strain having its own particular cannabinoid content, growing style and effects. So, it should come as no surprise that all weed smells different as well. But why? The answer lies in each specific plant’s terpene profile. Terpenes, or terps for short, are found in all plants, fruits and vegetables, and are the aromatic centers of cannabis. Depending on the individual plant’s genetics or growth quality, every strain produces a different cannabis smell.

A Plethora Of Scents To Choose From

Of course, most strains share similar scents, since there are some terpenes that are more prevalent in cannabis than others. Myrcene, for example, makes up over 20% of terpene profiles for most commercial strains. Myrcene by itself has an earthy and musky scent, with hints of cloves and fruity aromas. Other common terps and flavor profiles that produce varied weed smells include:

  • Limonene – Zesty & Citrusy
  • Caryophyllene – Spicy & Woody
  • Pinene – Refreshing & Piney
  • Linalool – Floral & Herbal
  • Humulene – Earthy & Hoppy

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Herbies’ Picks For Strains With The Best Aromas

Even though we don’t discriminate against any different smells of weed here at Herbies, there are a few that really stand out from the crowd. From sweet-smelling weed to unique and fragrant aromas, here are our all-time favorite best-smelling strains.

Super Lemon Haze

Super Lemon Haze, or SLH, is a potently refreshing strain that tingles your senses from first scent. The irresistible aromas aren’t that hard to guess at based upon the strain’s name. Super Lemon Haze bursts with invigorating citrus smells that have hints of candy-like sweetness. Many describe the strain as being similar to a popular hard lemon candy that you’ll keep coming back to for more. In addition, the Sativa energy of Super Lemon Haze is quite exhilarating itself.

BubbleGummer

Like blowing up deliciously sweet bubblegum bubbles, BubbleGummer pops with lusciously rich weed smells. Uniquely, not only does BubbleGummer taste like the candy it’s named for, but it also boasts hints of sour balsamic notes. You’ll be treated to layers of fruity goodness that solidify BubbleGummer as one of the best sweet-smelling weed strains on today’s market. This Sativa-dominant strain is also as highly euphoric and motivating as it is alluring for its uncommon cannabis smells.

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Strawberry Cough

You’ll be coughing with fruity delight from the pungently sweet and satisfying Strawberry Cough. Widely known as one of the best-smelling strains out there, its genetics are abundant with exquisite aromas like the fresh fruit it’s named for. However, Strawberry Cough isn’t just a one-note strain. Beyond its initial sweetness, you’ll be treated to dynamic hints of peppery spice that ignite the senses. The strain will also treat you to classic skunk-like weed smells as you enjoy the equally delightful uplifting effects.

Strains With Uplifting Effects

Sugar Candy

To put it simply, Sugar Candy has a sweet-smelling weed scent that you’ll practically want to take a bite out of. This somewhat elusive strain is divinely delicious with aromas of mint, licorice and mango. Sound odd? Quite the contrary, as the unique combination bursts with refreshing fruit salad-type smells. Think of it as a five-star restaurant dessert with a sprig of mint on top. The satisfying aromas have a hint of floral sweetness that completes the scent profile of this best-smelling strain.

Do-Si-Dos OG

Out of all of the genetics on our list, Do-Si-Dos OG is the most classic as far as best-smelling strains are concerned – meaning it has that standard and natural plant aroma that smells as fresh as fresh can be. Do-Si-Dos begins with a strong citrusy and fruity scent with a hint of refreshing mint. From there, the strain delights with earthy and herbal aromas that you’d expect from any top-shelf cannabis. Under it all, Do-Si-Dos’ funky and floral notes blend all its fragrances together for a superior cannabis smell experience.

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Best Smelling Strains – The Nose Always Knows

In the cannabis world, they often say ‘the nose knows’ when it comes to choosing a strain. With this list of best-smelling strains, you can help point your nose in the right direction. Whether you’re into earthy and natural cannabis smells or different smells of weed like citrus or berries, keep sniffing until you find the sweet-smelling weed that perfectly suits your tastes.

Here's the list of top 5 best-smelling marijuana strains. Let’s sniff our way into the world of cannabis and find out more about the unique scents. ]]>

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Do Dry Herb Vaporizers smell?

October 13, 2020

Every day, millions of internet users asks Google seemingly simple questions about Cannabis. However, because cannabis is deemed to be a controversial topic the internet is rife with misinformation, bias and propaganda.

dank! is setting out to fix this by answering your most pertinent questions whether it be about herbs, CBD E Liquid or Dry Herb Vaporizers UK.

Do Dry Herb Vaporizers leave a smell?

I assume most of the people that email in have nosy neighbours because one of the most popular questions we receive from our community is ‘Does vaping weed create a smell?’!

The short answer is yes, vaporizers do emit a smell. How much of a smell depends largely on how pungent your herb is and the vaporizer you’re using.

However, the smell emitted from vaporizers is far less potent than smoking. In my personal experience, the smell from vaping cannabis is not only less when compared to smoking but it also dissipates far quicker too.

Whilst you’re not going to be able to hide what is in your vaporizer from the person sat directly next to you, a flatmate in another room is unlikely to be able to pick up on the scent.

It is also worth keeping in mind certain strains are more pungent than others.

Why does weed smell?

Every cannabis plant is full of various cannabinoids and terpenes. It is these that give each individual strain its bespoke taste and smell.

For example, some strains have limonene in them. This terpene is also found in lemons and it is this that gives strains such as Lemon Kush its citrusy taste.

Why do cannabis vaporizers emit less smell?

Smoke may appear to be a gas but it isn’t. It is actually made up of thousands of tiny, solid particles of burnt plant matter. It is main the plant matter itself that is released as part of the odour into the air and this is what your nose registers as the smell.

Because burning causes combustion of the plant matter as well as the active ingredients, there is more mass to get mingled with your hair, curtains and walls. This can take some time to disappear.

On the other hand, when you use a vaporizer, the plant matter stays in the vaporizer’s chamber. Instead, only the yummy terpenes evaporate and these are then inhaled by you. As a result, there are less ‘herbs’ floating around in the air.

How can we minimise the smell from dry herb vaping?

  1. Keep your vaporizer relatively clean or it will start to smell, especially if it utilizes conduction heating like most portable devices.
  2. Vape in a well-ventilated room. Any smell released from vaping can fully dissipate within a few minutes with just the help of aa fan and an open window.
  3. If you’re going to save your bud after vaping it, keep it in a jar because it can still give off a faint weed scent.

What type of vaporizer is best for not creating a smell?

There are two main types of dry herb vaporizers:

  • Conduction Vaporizers.
  • Convection Vaporizers.

You can think of a conduction vaporizer as similar to a stove, which heats your food by touch.

Conduction vapes such as the Black Mamba Vaporizer, creates vapour when its heating element comes into contact with your herbs. This can sometimes cause a small amount of combustion.

A convection vaporizer is more similar to an oven, which creates an atmosphere of hot air. It is the hot air then heats your herbs.

A convection vaporizer heats your herbs more efficiently and evenly. As a result, there is minimal chance of combustion.

The short answer is yes, vaporizers do emit a smell. How much of a smell depends largely on how pungent your herb is and the vaporizer you're using. However, the smell emitted from vaporizers is far less potent than smoking. ]]>

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Jesus OG

Taste & Smell

  • Earthy
  • Fruity
  • Sweet

Effects

  • Calm
  • Focused
  • Happy
  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth

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  • Hangover Relief
  • Sleeping

About this Indica Strain

Jesus OG is an indica dominant cannabis strain known for its heavy body relaxation and functional mental clarity. Jesus OG is fast-acting with rapid onset of the high. The heady buzz is great for creative problem solving or artistic expression. You may even experience some psychedelic effects with everything sensory being more intense. Prepare for full relaxation and a desire to find the nearest couch.

Because of its relaxing effects, Jesus OG is recommended for treating pain, depression, stress.

Jesus OG is an indica dominant cannabis strain known for its heavy body relaxation and functional mental clarity. Jesus OG is fast-acting with rapid onset of the high. The heady buzz is great for creative problem solving or artistic expression. You may even experience some psychedelic effects with… ]]>

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Belladonna

Belladonna is a torrid mostly sativa plant that contains 60% sativa and 40% indica genetics. This is the old school cannabis strain with big yileds, uplifting sativa high and high commercial potential. It took the 3rd prize Highlife Feria Barcelona 2005.

This stable plant adapts well for different conditions. It is easy to manage and to grow. The plant has good mold and pests resistance. It grows indoors, outdoors and in greenhouses providing nice results in any grower’s hands. The strain is very popular due its short flowering of 9 weeks. Belladonna is the excellent choice for SOG set ups. The harvest brings 450 gr of dense buds inside and up to 800 gr outside. A big amount of trichomes covers the plant and produces a very strong aroma.

The smoke provides a fruity, pungent taste, psychedelic, even trippy effect and brings a feeling of euphoria.

Cannabis grow journals, strain reviews by home growers, harvests and trip reports. Belladonna by Paradise Seeds strain information. ]]>

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What Do The Colors of Marijuana Mean?

Part of the magic of marijuana is the infinite variety of traits that can be exhibited by one species of plant. Cannabis plants can be tall and lanky or short and bushy depending on their genetic heritage. Marijuana can express myriad flavors to tempt the tastebuds and aromas to excite the nose. Cannabis leaves and flowers can also vary in hue, offering a full palette of marijuana colors to please the eye.

Colorful Marijuana

As young plants grow, most strains of cannabis are primarily green. Many shades of green are represented—from light lime-colored hues to greens so dark they are tinged with purple. As plants flower and begin to reach maturity, more colors can appear or become more pronounced in both leaves and buds. Several different factors can influence marijuana colors, including temperature, nutrient levels, the acidity or alkalinity of the soil or other growing medium, and the quality of the light. All of these variables can impact the expression and ratio of natural pigments produced by the plant, creating the different colors of marijuana.

The Colors Of Marijuana

Greens

Green is the predominant color of most flowering plants including cannabis because of the presence of chlorophyll, the pigment that absorbs sunlight (except the green wavelengths) to power the process of photosynthesis. Through photosynthesis, plants combine carbon dioxide and water to create sugars that fuel all biological functions. Often, plant tissues will have so much chlorophyll that its green color masks the presence of other pigments. But as summer turns to autumn, lower temperatures inhibit chlorophyll production, allowing the other pigments to emerge and produce colorful marijuana. A similar phenomenon can be observed in deciduous trees as their leaves change color and fall.

Cannabis strains that retain green as the dominant bud color include Green Crack, Green Haze, and Green Goblin.

Blues, Purples, Reds, and Pinks

Cannabis flowers that are purplish to shades of blue are generally high in a group of chemicals known as anthocyanins. More than 500 anthocyanins have been identified, with colors that can range from red to purple to blue depending on pH. Anthocyanins can produce colorful marijuana although they are generally not abundant in young plants but are produced as plants mature. They belong to the class of substances known as flavonoids and have antioxidant properties. Fruits and vegetables high in anthocyanins include blueberries, açaí, raspberries, blackberries, eggplant, and purple cabbage.

Purple strains of cannabis are very popular, including Granddaddy Purple, Purple Haze and Purple Urkle. Some strains such as Black Diesel and Vietnamese Black can be so high in anthocyanins that they are nearly ebony. Marijuana strains with blue-tinged buds include Blueberry, Blue Dream, and Blue Cheese. Red and pink varieties are relatively rare and include Red Poison, Red Dragon, Pink Panther, and others. Reddish leaves or buds can also be caused by a deficiency of phosphorous, an element vital to plant physiology.

Oranges and Yellows

Carotenoids are another group of pigments that can influence the colors of marijuana. They are created by plants, algae, and photosynthetic bacteria. Beta-carotene, lycopene, lutein, and zeaxanthin are among the more than 750 carotenoids have been identified. Some carotenoids in the diet, including beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, and beta-cryptoxanthin can be converted by the body into Vitamin A. Carotenoids are important for eye health and provide protection against blue light and macular degeneration. Carotenoids produce the yellow, orange, and red hues that are found in many plants including carrots, squash, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, and tomatoes. Plants grown in alkaline soils with a pH of 5.0 or less can have a greater abundance of carotenoids.

Many flavonoids are also yellow and can influence the colors of marijuana. Nitrogen deficiencies during growth can also cause cannabis leaves and buds to appear yellowish.

Strains with orange or yellow flowers include Orange Bud, Lemon Kush, Grapefruit, Nectarine, and Olive Oyl. Many varieties of cannabis will have orange or red pistils, or hairs as they are commonly known.

White

Buds that have been grown and harvested to their maximum potential can be so covered with trichomes that they appear white or frosty. Trichomes are packed with cannabinoids and terpenes so these flowers can be quite potent. White Widow and White Rhino are two strains with a propensity to become encrusted with trichomes.

Marijuana Colors And Potency

Colorful marijuana can be attractive or even visually stunning, but other than white buds glistening with shiny trichomes, hue is usually not a reliable indicator of potency. But if you are consuming your bud orally in tinctures, oils, edibles, or capsules, you may be getting the nutritional benefits of carotenoids, anthocyanins, and other flavonoids. Anthocyanins have shown some activity at CB1 and CB2 receptor sites and may have a synergistic, or entourage, effect in conjunction with cannabinoids and terpenes.

But even if they don’t get you higher, different marijuana colors can add aesthetic appeal and a sense of adventure to your next bud purchase. Which color of the rainbow will you choose next?

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What are the most popular strains of cannabis?

Cannabis exists in many varieties and sub-species. Cultivators and farmers have long been breeding different varieties with certain characteristics to create hybrids and specific strains.

Each cannabis strain has a different concentration of the cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), cannabidiol (CBD), as well as other compounds.

Producers grow the plants to have a certain look, taste, and effect on the user and brand them accordingly.

Currently, reports on the effects of different cannabis strains come predominantly from people’s experiences. Although researchers are studying the effects of a variety of cannabis strains on a range of medical conditions, there is still a long way to go in this area.

Keep reading to learn more about cannabis strains, and which are the most popular.

Share on Pinterest Different strains of cannabis can have unique tastes and particular effects.

All strains of cannabis derive from the Cannabaceae family of plants. Some experts consider that Cannabis indica and Cannabis sativa are the two main subspecies, although some people think they are separate species.

To create a strain, cultivators select a variety of traits to produce the effects they want. This is a similar process to how breeders create particular characteristics in dogs.

People often describe cannabis strains as being indica, sativa, or hybrid. Hybrid refers to a strain created by combining both indica and sativa strains.

Here are some examples of cannabis strains and the plant they derive from:

Strain name Plant species
Kush Pure Cannabis indica or Cannabis indica hybrid
Afghan Kush, Hindu Kush, Green Kush, Purple Kush Pure Cannabis indica
Blueberry Kush, Golden Jamaican Kush Cannabis indica hybrid
Diesel Haze Pure Cannabis sativa or Cannabis sativa hybrid

Many producers crossbreed cannabis plants to develop new strains with specific characteristics. Experts suggest that there are over 700 strains of cannabis.

One of the most important characteristics of a cannabis strain is the THC content. Some rules exist on naming each strain, but many producers do not name their products according to these rules.

Despite these classifications, hybridization and crossbreeding has meant that people cannot tell exactly how much THC is in a particular plant by simply looking at its physical features.

Experts suggest it is impossible to guess the composition of a cannabis plant by looking at its height, branching, or leaf appearance.

The only way to know the chemical composition of a cannabis-derived product is to analyze it in a biochemical assay.

So far, most research into the medical benefits of cannabis has focused on THC and CBD.

However, researchers and scientists remain unsure of the ideal quantities of THC and CBD that people should use for various medical conditions or recreation.

Although both THC and CBD are cannabinoids, they act differently in the body because they target different areas in the brain.

According to a 2020 article, people who use products with a higher THC content may experience psychoactive effects, such as euphoria and a greater sensitivity to things such as color and taste. However, THC also can lead to anxiety and paranoia.

CBD, on the other hand, is non-intoxicating. Some people report mild physiological effects, such as reduced anxiety when using CBD.

Animal studies suggest CBD may help improve vomiting, nausea, pain, and offer neuroprotective effects on the brain.

However, since CBD can affect mood, some experts describe it as a non-intoxicating but psychoactive compound.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have approved some cannabis-related products including:

  • two synthetic THC medications for the treatment of anorexia associated with AIDS
  • another synthetic cannabis-related product for the treatment of nausea and vomiting associated with cancer treatment
  • cannabis-derived CBD for children 2 years and older who suffer from rare seizure disorders

Studies are ongoing to determine whether CBD has other physiological effects. Preliminary human data suggests CBD could benefit conditions, such as schizophrenia and even opioid addiction.

The terms indica and sativa derive from the biolgical classification of these species, which is based on physical characteristics. Cannabis indica plants are shorter and have broad, dark green leaves. Cannabis sativa plants grow taller and develop thinner, pale green leaves.

In the past, people used these terms to differentiate the cannabis plants in terms of their effects and THC or CBD content. An article in Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research seems to dispel these claims.

Previously, people believed that Cannabis indica plants contained higher levels of CBD. As a result, cultivators and dispensaries marketed indica-derived strains as a product that would lead to a more ‘relaxed high’.

Conversely, Cannabis sativa-derived strains that contained higher levels of THC would provide a more energetic high.

Many experts caution against this generalization, noting that even if this classification scheme were true, there is no way to be sure of the accuracy of any strain name.

There is no third-party agency that validates which strain names belong to indica, sativa, or hybrid.

To know exactly what is in a cannabis product, the manufacturers must analyze the product in a biochemical assay.

It is easy to see why this topic continues to cause debate. Cannabis is a complex plant, and, as of right now, there seems no obvious or simple way to categorize the various strains by ‘effect on the user.’

Each person who tries a strain of cannabis may have a different experience.

For example, some people describe the effects of Cannabis indica-derived products as sedating. However, other components of cannabis can also cause sedation, as well as other psychoactive effects. Compounds include:

  • linalool
  • myrcene
  • limonene
  • alpha-pinene

These components are often absent in a description of a cannabis-derived product, which is why some experts suggest that manufacturers should abandon naming their products as sativa or indica. Using these names is misleading and far more complex than people once thought.

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Growth and flowering of marijuana: How to potentiate it?

Posted by Madame Grow | Aug 8, 2019 | Bloom | 0 |

Growth and flowering of marijuana: How to potentiate it?

Growth and flowering of marijuana. As far as the marijuana cultivation is concerned it is convenient to mention the important thing that is to apply correctly all the steps involved from his sowing up to his development where, in addition, thanks to the use of specialized products, you will be able to guarantee an optimal growth of this plant.

In base to it, across the following paragraphs you will know like to harness the growth and flowering of marijuana and to take thus, the maximum profit of his properties.

Factors to consider to promote the growth and flowering of marijuana

In the same way that it happens with other plants in relation to the fact of requiring specific conditions to subsist, to propitiate an adequate growth and flowering of the marijuana, it is necessary to generate favorable conditions taking into account the necessities and specifications that this plant demands to complete each one of the stages that conform their development.

In relation to the origin of the cannabis, alternative name attributed to the marijuana, all the varieties come from the mountain range of the Himalayas, Siberia and north of Kazakhstan, although, the Cannabis sativa used with recreational purposes is original of India, where it has been cultivated millenary.

This due to the conditions that presents in part the soil of India which concentrate a high humidity due to storms and air currents from the Indian Ocean and the Himalayas.

In addition, the incidence of the sun in this country is so potent that lately it has begun to be used to generate energy.

It is for it that, to harness the growth and the flowering of marijuana you must offer to the plant certain conditions that favor their growth. How? Choosing a site that replicates the climatic factors of the place of origin of the marijuana or cannabis.

However, in case the region where you find yourself does not provide these conditions an alternative that you can apply is to condition a space in which you can keep the plant subjected to several hours of light, nourish the soil where it is planted with the appropriate components ensuring also that it is permanently wet but without saturating it.

Kit 420 Power: Increase the performance of your marijuana plants

One of the best ways to promote the growth and flowering of marijuana is to use the Kit 420 Power 500ML, composed of three products that you must apply according to the stages of growth of your plants: Growth Accelerator, Jamaican Bloom 28 – 25 and Bazooka Bloom K30.

Each of these products contain the nutrients necessary for your marijuana plants to germinate more quickly, generate a better flowering and develop higher concentrations of THC and aroma.

If you want plants with that density of buds, you can boost them with the Kit 420 Power 500ML

How to apply the Kit 420 Power 500ML?

To ensure the effectiveness of each of these products that make up the 420 Power Kit in the process of growth and flowering of marijuana, it is recommended that you apply in the first week of each stage.

To do this you only need to dissolve 4 ml of the product in one litre of water and then disperse the contents on the plant, which will be enough for it to grow and bloom quickly.

Although these products offer the natural conditions for the plant, to obtain good results will depend largely on the correct application that is made, according to the time stipulated for each, to ensure that its action generates the desired effect in favor of the growth and flowering of marijuana.

Taking into account the effect exerted by each product in each one of the stages that conform the growth and flowering of marijuana, the way in which you will have to apply it on the plant is the following one:

  • Growth Accelerator: Applies during germination and subsequent growth. The nitrogen and amino acids of the Growth Accelerator will make your plants grow faster. In addition, their roots will be stronger and have better color.
  • Jamaican Bloom 28 – 25: Apply during flowering for higher density and concentration. Its high content in special amino acids will make your plant better transport their nutrients. With Jamaican Bloom 28-25 your buds will grow faster.
  • Bazooka Bloom K30: Now that your plants look strong, colorful and beautiful you have to enhance their flavor, aroma and effect. Apply Bazooka Bloom K30 when your plants have finished blooming and get ready for the best harvest.

What are the benefits?

The benefits offered by the Kit 420 Power by Madame Grown for the growth and flowering of marijuana are many and evident, highlighting among them the following:

  • You will not need to have knowledge in botany or chemistry to take care of your plants. We offer you a kit with what you need and the precise instructions with which you can have an easy way to optimize your culture of marijuana.
  • The potassium and other nutrients in the 420 Power Kit are all you will need for your cannabis plants to grow properly.
  • No unnecessary chemicals or pesticides that can affect your health. This means you can enjoy your plants with peace of mind.
  • Your plants will have a longer and better productive life. Plants develop and last much longer if they are in the right environment.

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