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Although fungi are the most common pathogens to cause headaches for cannabis growers, horticulturists need to be aware of all the potential threats to their gardens, how to properly prevent them from taking hold, and how to combat them when necessary. In most cases, the introduction of pathogens into the garden is preventable. Armed with a little knowledge, most growers can prevent or rectify a problem before it becomes catastrophic.
Just like garden vegetable crops, cannabis plants have a variety of pest insects that can hinder or destroy an otherwise healthy crop.
It takes roughly three months to grow a marijuana clone to full maturity. When starting from seed, it can take even longer. After putting in that much time and labor throughout the growing process, the last thing a gardener wants to do is botch the harvest. After all, when and how a gardener harvests the marijuana crop will have a dramatic impact on the finished product’s flavor and overall quality.