Motionless air or water - for healthy cannabis growth, water must drain and not become stagnant as well as you need good air circulation.
The cannabis male floral organ, bearing the anther, which produces pollen to fertilize female flowers.
Male, pollen-producing flower having stamens but no pistils.
To make super clean by removing dirt, germs, and bacteria; disinfect pruning tools to avoid spreading disease.
The tip of the cannabis flower's pistil, which receives the pollen.
One of a pair of small, leaf-like appendages found at the base of the leaf-stalk of many cannabis plants.
The tiny holes can be found on the underside of the cannabis leaf (and just about every other plant). They’re called 'stomata' and they require a microscope or at least a magnifying glass to see. Small mouth-like or nose-like openings on leaf underside, responsible for transpiration and many other life functions - the millions of stomata must be kept very clean to function properly.