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Complimenting or correcting with cannabis?

We've come a long way since the days when you would simply smoke whatever was available. We are spoiled with choices. Even if you're not living in a country or state that has legalized cannabis, you are able to grow your own out of the countless cannabis varieties sold by cannabis seed banks.

A Symbiotic Relationship With Plants

We are all aware of how prolific the root zone of a Cannabis plant can grow and how effective Hemp is for cleansing the Earth. However, did you know that there is an organic helper who not only helps the root zone, but creates a symbiotic bond between the food web in the soil and the uptake of available nutrients? In the blog post BioTabs explains just how beneficial microorganisms work in harmony with plants, as well as show how these same microbes and fungi have coexisted on the Earth since the start of life.

Microbes in Soil Feed Your Plants

Soil Secrets

Organic cannabis cultivation is based on the production of plant nutrients by fungi, bacteria and other soil organisms. Organic cultivation is less labor intensive than using fertilisers, and yields genuine natural harvests that are free of toxins. This very brief explanation of soil processes outlines how this affects your soil.

Bio Hydro: The Cannabis Grower's Holy Grail

The brainchild of Dutch organic growing expert and author Karel Schelfhout, BioTabs are a relatively new product to hit the market. They originate from the Netherlands and are becoming more popular across Europe. The company is starting to distribute in the U.S., so hopefully they will be readily available for American growers soon.