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Q: I have been growing for almost three years now. Every harvest, I have invested a portion of my profits back into my gear, so the operation has been expanding since my first crop. While I am not short on space or places to set-up new grows, what I am…
Q: I have a growing business and I want to cater to select clientele. Basically, I want to get more of the right kind of customer on board with what I have to offer, especially since I am in the process of expanding on the growing end of things.
Q: Getting clones isn't a problem where I live, but frankly, I am sick of the "same old". And even more importantly, my customers are feeling the same way. In fact, I have been losing the odd one lately because everyone around is growing the same strain around here and…
Q: I live in an area where property crimes occur and I want to be able to protect all of the time and money I have tied up in my growing investment. Just the other day, I came out in the morning to find that someone had gone through my…
Q: I want to move from growing in my closet to a larger op, but my girlfriend is worried about the greater risks. How do I set her mind at ease? ...Cont.’d from Part One
Q: I want to move from growing in my closet to a larger op, but my girlfriend is worried about the greater risks. How do I set her mind at ease?
Q: I hear LOTS of different things about sources of grow lighting that are alternatives to my energy hungry and heat blasting HPS (high pressure lighting) set-ups. In some growing threads, I see beautiful results with LEDs (light emitting diode) and even more recently the new generation LEPs (light emitting…
Q: I have watched a couple of friends build grows in their apartments and houses, and see that they can get some really great results indoors. After learning more online and reading some issues of Rosebud Magazine, I have decided to make the leap and start growing indoors. The thing…
Q: I have been working really hard to bring my first crop to harvest, and have a lot on the line because I need to make back my investment and cover some of my start up costs. In hindsight, it would have been better to research my rental a little…
Q: I want to use sunlight to grow this summer. A problem I want to avoid is harvesting at the same time as all of the other growers, which is usually mid-September where I live. I prefer to harvest earlier. Growing auto-flowering strains is an option, but they don’t yield…

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