SEED-TO-HARVEST: VEG AND BLOOM

PART FIVE OF OUR SEED-TO-HARVEST SERIES 

If you follow this blog, you know that we have been tracking NuVue’s growth alongside the growth of our plants. Our last post in the seed-to-harvest series examined light cycles for both indoor and outdoor marijuana plants. 

Light cycles are critical in triggering flowering, or bud production. Manipulation of the length of a plant’s day and night controls the direction in which marijuana plants are growing.  At NuVue, as with most other marijuana gardens, we take our little seedlings or our little clones and we put them into a space designed for optimally vegetative growth.

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News Brief: MARIJUANA ON THE BALLOT IN PUEBLO

The debate on commercial marijuana in the city and county of Pueblo is heating up at a time when more marijuana businesses are thriving and driving the area's economic recovery.

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NEWS BRIEF: MEDICAL MARIJUANA IN SCHOOLS

Colorado House Bill 1373 received unanimous approval from all 35 state Senators on Tuesday, May 3rd. This bill is of unique historical importance in the fight to recognize marijuana as medicine. It will require all public schools in the state to treat medical marijuana the same as any other medication, allowing students access to the medication they need during school hours.

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Making the Cut: A Closer Look at Clones

If you missed the latest blog post, we talked about the different types of marijuana seeds available to growers. Now we’re going to focus on the other side of the genetic coin: clones.

Cloning is a method of asexual reproduction in which a grower makes a copy of a plant. Many plants clone themselves in nature: grass, blackberries, strawberries, dandelions, and daylilies. Many others, like cannabis, are equipped to grow a new plant from a cutting, given the right conditions.

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Getting Genetics: Clones, Feminized and Unfeminized Seeds

Part Two of our SEED TO HARVEST Series

Deciding what strains to grow will only get you halfway to starting a garden. Once you know what to grow you have to figure out how to get it.

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