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Welcome toBig Plant Science, your go-to source for expert advice and high-quality plant nutrition products for cannabis cultivation.

Whether you’re a novice or seasoned grower, our articles guide you through every step, from setting up your grow room to harvesting and curing your prized yield.

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BiG Plant Science is created by a master grower and Chemist in Denmark 12 years ago. When he first started growing cannabis he was overwhelmed by all the different types of fertilizers at the garden centers and grow shops. Hundreds of fertilizer bottles with big promises like “60% bigger juicier buds”, complicated feeding schedules, and with a price that can make any mistake very expensive.
Drying and curing your weed is the key to having a final product you can brag about. Once you've plucked your plant, it starts breaking down, so it's crucial to follow these steps fast to keep your buds from going bad.
Sometimes, especially after harvesting and during the curing process, your cannabis might develop an undesirable hay-like smell. Fear not! In this guide, we'll explore why this happens and, more importantly, how to avoid it to ensure your weed remains top-notch.
Growing cannabis successfully involves more than just providing water; it's an intricate art that significantly impacts plant health.
While cultivating marijuana may seem simpler than expected, achieving the ideal harvest can be challenging. Even a well-nurtured plant can be ruined if harvested at an improper time.
The term "terpene" has become increasingly popular in cannabis dispensaries. However, what are they exactly and how do they impact us? In short, terpenes are responsible for the scents and tastes of cannabis.
It is important to prevent light and airy (fluffy) buds. They might seem big in size but they are not heavy so you could harvest more ‘grams’ if you make denser buds! This is within your control. By following these steps, you can increase the density of your buds!
If you start flowering too soon, your plant may end up being smaller than you hoped.  Also can have an underdeveloped root system. If you start too late, you may end up with a plant that is too big for your grow room. This can cause too many problems.
When growing cannabis, you should do EC measurements to make sure your plants are getting the perfect amount of nutrients. If that sounds too technical, don’t worry – it’s really simple, and you’ll learn all the most important information in this article.