Sweet things. Yes. I like the sugary cherry grade A dank buds. Cannabis consumer, grower and supporter of marijuana reform.<a href="https://imgur.com/zO35MPy"><img src="https://i.imgur.com/zO35MPy.jpg" title="source: imgur.com" /></a>
I own a hydroponics supply store that caters to legal medical marijuana growers across the United States. I provide in-depth analysis of top-rated <a href="https://moldresistantstrains.com/top-10-hard-hitting-big-bud-fertilizers/">cannabis fertilizer</a> as well as teach the fundementals of plant nutrition to my clients. If you're interested in learning about the essential nutrients required by plants to grow, I can recommend you to a number of helpful resources for fostering the knowledge required to grow healthy cannabis plants from seed-to-bud.
Here's a tip you can take with you - NPK, the basis of all fertilizers. What do they stand for exactly? Well, the N is short for Nitrogen, which is crucial to plants developing fresh new growth. P on the other hand stands for Phosphorus, which is used by cannabis to induce the flowering cycle and produce buds. K then is short for Potassium, key to increasing yields and ensuring stong, dense bud structure in the plants.
My nickname is Dracus and please feel free to contact me with any business idea's you've been growing in your mind. I work in the cannabis industry, so I would love to lend a hand of support for up-and-coming leaders of the medical marijuana space.
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