Cannabis concentrates – and cannabis extracts – come in a range of product types, forms, and consistencies. The source material from which the final extract is derived as well as how the concentrate was extracted determines the purity and chemical composition. This post is a summary of part three of the four part series from Leafly. The summary of part one and two can be found here. We love using Leafly for strain related info and more!Continue reading Cannabis extracts in detail
Cannabis concentrates, oils, and extracts offer many unique benefits that you won’t find from smoking flower. From easy, precise dosing to clean and refined flavours, concentrates focus on the ingredients in cannabis that matter most. This post is a summary of part one and two of the four part series from Leafly. We love using Leafly for strain related info and more!Continue reading Cannabis concentrates, oils, and extracts
The topic of a previous post was Photosynthetic Active Radiation (PAR) and Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (PPFD). PAR is the band of wavelengths between 400 nm and 700 nm. PPFD is a measure of the photons hitting the plant. This post will focus on another important measure for deciding on a grow light, grow light efficiency.Continue reading Grow light efficiency
We did a cost analysis for doing cannabis potency testing with different products and services available in South Africa. tCheck easily offers the best value for money for the home grower or edibles chef.Continue reading tCheck vs Competitors Cost Analysis
The previous post offered an introduction to PAR and PPFD. The question is how much is enough light and when is it too much. Supplying your plant canopy with an even and adequate amount of usable light is vital, but supplying your plants with more than they need can be a waste of energy and money. This can also lead to negative impacts on your plants.Continue reading How much light do I need?