I had the pleasure of talking with Michael Eberhardt from @docbudshighbrix on Instagram.
He comes on the show to talk about the importance of Nutrient Density and explains how to bud wash your cannabis in a simple and very cost-effective manner.
I can tell Michael has a deep passion for growing cannabis and left a job in corporate America to pursue his dream of growing.
He goes into detail as to why the brix reading for cannabis is important for cannabis growers because the higher the brix reading, the quality of bud will dramatically increase. He made the point that a lot of organics cannabis growers see relatively high brix readings hovering around the 12 or 13 mark but he feels with enough focus on quality versus quantity a brix reading of nearing 20 would be ideal for “top-shelf” bud. He made the point, organic growers in Northern Italy are consistently getting high brix readings.
I was fortunate enough to have youtube sensation on the Cheap Home Grow podcast this week. Medfit talks in detail about soil amendments and why as a home grower you should care about what amendments you put into your soil.
Medfit is self-educated and talks how he started growing in Las Vegas in 2014. Like many new or novice home growers, he tested multiple different growing mediums but eventually found his way with growing organically.
Medfit talks passionately about how super soil does nearly all of the work for him. Like many traditional home growers that have to PH, PPM, EC etc.. he lets his soil do that work for him.
He does into detail as to how this process works.
I especially like this approach because as many of you know I’m a relatively new grower. I, like most home growers, can’t devote an excessive amount of time every day to growing there own so Medfit’s almost “hands off” approach is something I think you can truly appreciate especially if you’re looking for a simple way of growing your own cannabis without sacrificing quality or yield.
This podcast is definitely worth a listen for anyone that’s interested in “spicing” up there own soil and getting a better quality tasting bud.
It’s my pleasure to bring back on the show Jenny aka MissNewtyGrows on Instagram. Today she comes on the show to talk about the recreational and medicinal benefits of cooking with cannabis.
Jenny offers tips, tricks and simple solutions for when you first start cooking with cannabis.
Her advice is practical and will allow you not to get overwhelmed or intimidated when you first start learning how to cook with cannabis.
Around the 20 minute mark in the show, I think she made an important point about how long you should cook with your cannabis. She said and I quote “the longer you cook with cannabis, the greater the “couch-like” effect it will have on your body. As the THC degrades, it turns into CBN which in turn makes you sleepy.” I think that’s an important statement for you if you’re considering cooking with cannabis.
This is a great podcast for anyone that’s looking to get a better understanding of how to properly cook with cannabis the first or even the second time around. Please remember to press subscribe and enjoy the show!
It’s my pleasure to bring back Dr. MJ from CocoForCannabis. He’s been on the show multiple times, and today he comes on to talk about the basics of germination and the transplantation process during vegetation.
He talks simple techniques that anyone can employ and offers his trusted insight on what a home grower should and shouldn’t do during this critical process.
Around halfway through the conversation, he brings up a good point about the common misconception that a new home grower thinks it’s easier to germinate in a five-gallon container.
He doesn’t believe this is true because “pot training” is essential when first growing your cannabis. For anyone that doesn’t know, pot training is putting your plant in different containers during the vegetation process. As the plant progresses and gets more substantial in length, it’s essential for a home grower to move the plant to a larger container.
This episode is full of beneficial information. Please sit back, listen and learn.