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Welcome to Free The Tree : Marijuana’s International Indoor Growing Community!
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Cannabis Growing Knowledge Base
While growing our cannabis plants we’re learning soooo much about them. From growing our buds them to medical, industrial, nutritious uses to the historical link between Human society and Cannabis, it’s a pretty incredible plant and we’ve decided to start sharing what we’ve learned along the way
Cruise through all our articles below
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Growing Cannabis Indoor you say? Here’s some useful tips
Cannabis is definitely an interesting, and pretty easy, plant to grow but it doesn’t come without its share of headaches. As grows come and go there’s always a new deficiencies, pests or other surprise around the corner.. that’s also what makes it fun no? always something more to be learned.
After awhile we started documenting these learning’s and decided to share them in order to help out anyone crossing the same issues, hope it’s useful!
The Life cycle of Cannabis – From seed germination to harvesting the buds
Follow the development of any plant is generally exiting, cannabis is definitely not an exception to that rule. Within a couple months you can go from a little taproot breaking the shell to a plant full of flowers, couple feet tall and full of terpenes and cannabinoids.
We’ve gathered this growth in a series of 4 articles that cover each cycle, couple tips along the way too!
Cannabis Plant – Some things you should probably know
Whether it’s the different marijuana “families”, the ways weed responds to light cycle (aka photo-periods), germinating a seed or dealing with trichomes, we’ve grouped together some articles that go over things that will help you out during your grows
SOG, SCROG, One Bud… say whaaat !?
Hearing or reading about all these fancy “SOG” (Sea of Green), “SCroG” (Screen of Green), “One bud” terms and wondering what it all means? Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
These are all different ways to grow your plant in order to reach a specific goal; For instance with a Scrog, you’re probably trying to increase production of one plant whereas a SOG will be aiming at having many, many plant, producing “one bud” each. Starting to get a bit clearer?
We’ve gone in depth into each of these growing techniques below, dig in! 😉
Indoor grower, nutrient provider
As an indoor grower you’re trying to reproduce outdoor conditions for your plant to develop in optimal conditions. “In the wild”, the soil is replenished naturally, whether by decaying organic matter, fungi, rainfall, our ecosystem basically. Here, your baby is in a pot without natural nutrient replenishment so there’s some knowledge to be acquired in regards to feeding and taking care of your soil.
One way is by constantly adding nutrients for the plant to absorb, the other is by creating a living, healthy and sustainable soil.
For the moment we’ve mostly have been doing the first option but are learning and implementing the second as it’s much more sustainable long term. Added bonus? living healthy soil protects you from nasty invading pests 😉 Here’s what we’ve learned so far on the subject
Marijuana Deficiencies – Identifying and solving nutrient deficiencies
This is something that any and all growers know all too well, nutrient deficiencies.. Whether it’s nitrogen during the stretch or end of flowering, placing the light too close and burning the fan leaves, we’ve all made some mistakes. Hopefully these little guides will help you avoid some
Cannabis Pest.. A headache we hope you don’t have
Pests are probably one of the most annoying problems you can get, and depending on which one they can be fully destroy a crop, so keep your eyes open!
3 basic rules, keep your area clean, inspect regularly your plants and make sure you clean anything coming from outside…
“How-To” and DIY guides
As our grows go by and our learnings grow we’ve been regrouping content on “how to” and do it yourself articles. This section is in constant evolution, hope you find things that help out!
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Cannabis Strain Comparison tool
We’ve been working on a tool to help marijuana growers choose between the thousands of weed strains that are out there. In a couple clics you can compare the strains characteristics, prices between sellers and be sure to get the best strain for you at a good price
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Want to Legalize Cannabis in your Country?
We’re also working on a community tool which will allow us to organise and lobby in favor of Marijuana Legalization everywhere, join us!
This tool will allow us to regroup, organise and pressure our elected officials into legalizing. The official launch is set to be on 6/18/2019 !
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Our goal is to create a platform that will organize the movement towards legalization of Marijuana worldwide and the only way to achieve this goal is together.
If this speaks to you join us! Lets bring Cannabis back to its rightful place(s) is Human Society