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How Much Light Is Too Much Light For Your Clones?

How Much Light Is Too Much Light For Your Clones? Often, un-rooted clones receive too high of light intensity which can manifest itself in the form of yellow, cupped leaves. This usually occurs when light levels exceed 180ppfd as excess light will trigger increased photosynthesis, which in turn will increase the plant's demand for water and nutrient consumption. Because fresh clones have no roots, they are unable to uptake water and nutrients efficiently which will eventually lead to self-cannibalization and yellowed cupped leaves. Keeping light levels in the optimum range of 150-180ppfd will help you avoid this occurring!

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Why Micropropagation Could Soon Be an Option for Cannabis Production

A technique called micropropagation, which has proven beneficial to many ornamental plants, may soon also be used in cannabis, thanks to work by University of Connecticut (UConn) researchers in the College of Agriculture, Health, and Natural Resources.

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Mother Labs - Customer Highlight

As one of North America's most comprehensive full-service cannabis nursery and supplier, Mother Labs focuses on assisting clients in increasing revenue while decreasing their operating costs. Their vision of a clean future extends to harnessing the wonder of innovation to cultivate clean and sustainable cannabis in Canada and the world. 

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