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    MedReleaf describes itself as a Canadian medical cannabis Licensed Producer and distributor offering an unparalleled level of product quality and service excellence. By setting the industry standard, patients can be assured that their medical grade cannabis consistently exceeds the requirements set by Health Canada.  Medreleaf.comMedReleafs' Duane Lewis, head of R&D, has a growth chamber setup to […]
  • What are the Benefits of Grow Lights and How do They Compare?
    A brief survey of the benefits and disadvantages of several types of popular Grow Lights.We will look at HID (MH & HPS), Fluorescent, LED, Induction, and Plasma Lighting.HID Grow Lights                                 High Intensity Discharge lamps, commonly referred to as HID generally use MH […]
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    There are a number of ways to measure indoor plant lighting levels. As such, there remains considerabledebate as to which method provides the gardener with the best information in determining if the light source isproviding the ideal wavelengths and intensities to optimize plant response. While the debate swirls it ultimatelywill always come down to our […]
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    Inda-Gro has developed a range products that combine to provide the optimum Greenhouse productivity while saving energy by using energy and maintenance saving Grow Lights only when the sunlight is not sufficient for your crop's Daily Light Integral.The following PDF Files can be Downloaded to review later or to share with clients or investors for […]
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    One of the things I always look at when I meet a gardener is their hands. I expect signs of hard work, the odd nick from a thorn, the thickened, even calloused skin that comes from wielding a trowel, fork or spade repeatedly, and certainly traces of dirt under their fingernails. Much as I admired […]
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    There are lots of foraging books out there, but which one’s the best? Here’s my review some of the major titles. The Garden Forager by Adele Nozedar (£12.99, Square Peg) (Review added March 2 2015) A good foraging book will always throw up some new plants you've not thought of trying, and provide inspiration for […]
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    If I look up from my writing perch in the sun room right now, I can see a crust of snow on the glass roof. My position on winter in general, and snow in particular, is apathetic at best. In my darker moments, it's outright opposition. As American comedian Carl Reiner put it, A lot […]
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    Over Christmas, I was suffering from withdrawal symptoms - not from some kind of ill-advised pre-festive detox, but the aftermath of the conclusion of the Serial podcast. I came to this 12-part audio dissection of a 1999 Baltimore murder case late, and ended up binge-listening to the whole thing over a period of 10 days, […]