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Bubble Hash Making Workshop with The Dank Duchess.

Written by on 8 March 2022

Green Coast Radio is hosting a bubble hash making workshop on April 29 in Ventura County California with the one and only Dank Duchess.  This four hour hash making course is geared towards growers, novice and experienced hash makers alike.  This is an intimate workshop with only 12 student spaces available, so space will fill […]

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Earwigs are the garden pest that will eat your flowers

Written by on 2 March 2022

by Rincon-Vitova Insectary Earwigs  Easily recognizable pests in the garden and active at night, earwigs hide in tight, dark, moist places during the day. True omnivores, they actually are important predators of aphids, insect eggs, but will eat almost all parts of flowering plants, especially soft tissue, like newly forming buds in cannabis.   Identification  The […]

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Leafhoppers are just vampires dressed up as garden pests

Written by on 2 March 2022

by Rincon-Vitova Insectary Leafhoppers  Leafhoppers feed on leaves and stems with piercing sucking mouthparts that extract a bit of fluid from the plant. Most have insignificant effects. A few species cause small, light flecking/stippling injury may occur at the feeding site. Black sooty mold is a secondary outbreak from their honeydew. Although some leafhoppers transmit […]

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Grasshoppers are the Godzilla of garden pests

Written by on 2 March 2022

by Rincon-Vitova Insectary Grasshoppers   Most grasshoppers are general feeders, but they prefer young green plants and some annual flowers. Chewing mouthparts make large, round, smooth holes in leaves. Heavy infestations can strip plants to stalks. During major outbreaks they feed on almost any green plant, and damage may occur over a considerably longer period.  Identification  […]

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Buying Cannabis Seeds.

Written by on 14 February 2022

by Alex Robles Choosing the right seeds for your cannabis garden doesn’t have to be that intimidating, but you should know what you want and what you’re looking for.  The first thing you should do, is always purchase your seeds from a reputable seed company.  A quality seed company representative should have no problem taking […]

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