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There are many different varieties. Just gotta get some seeds and plant them. They like loamy well-draining soil. Nutrients about like tomato plants. If growing outdoor, you'll need to choose a strain that works in your environment, and you'll have to apply something to control bug damage, mildew, and mold. If indoor, you have control of the environment, so whatever you prefer indoor.
 
There are many different varieties. Just gotta get some seeds and plant them. They like loamy well-draining soil. Nutrients about like tomato plants. If growing outdoor, you'll need to choose a strain that works in your environment, and you'll have to apply something to control bug damage, mildew, and mold. If indoor, you have control of the environment, so whatever you prefer indoor.
Thanks for the insights, they’re very helpful. I just got the Peach Ring strain from crop king seeds and is growing outdoors now in my warm climate. I'm worried about bugs attacking the plants. Any suggestions for bug control? or is there a natural control dealing with it?
 
<snip>I'm worried about bugs attacking the plants. Any suggestions for bug control? or is there a natural control dealing with it?

1/2 tsp neem oil
2 drop dish soap
1 pint water

For bugs, spray liberally on upper and lower side of leaves. If you're outside, treat every 2 weeks.

Add 1/2 tsp potassium bicarbonate to treat PM/bud rot as well.
 
To add to what @Varinaut says above...

Only apply after sunset. If string direct light gets on leaves wet with neem, it will burn the shit out of them.

Also, I apply sprays from early veg through the start of bud formation. Then, it's fingers crossed until harvest. Don't sprayit on buds. It gives them a funky smell/taste, and you don't want to be smoking that stuff.
 
Hello everyone,

I'm a 43-year-old gardener. I'm here to find cannabis strains to help with my arthritis pain. I have some experience but want to learn more.

Looking forward to your recommendations and tips!

Davis
For arthritis pain relief, try gas house weed. Some good strains are:

  1. Gas House OG: Great for pain relief and relaxation.
  2. Gas House Glue: Balanced pain relief without heavy sedation.
  3. Gas House Dream: Helps with pain and promotes restful sleep.
Start with a low dose and consult your healthcare provider. Good luck!
 
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