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Aesthetics play a significant role in how cannabis products are received by first-time users as the pace of legalization picks up speed in North America.
SCROG, short for “screen of green,” is an indoor cannabis training technique. There are many different techniques that help indoor growers maximize their space, but scrogging is one of the most popular. 
There’s something deeply satisfying about getting high and drooling over images of a gorgeous, marijuana-infused dinner — and a new crop of shows offer a look into how these intoxicating feasts are made.
Plants, just like humans, need a well-rounded variety of foods to live happy and healthy lives. Cannabis plants are no exception, needing a wide range of nutrients to develop fragrant buds which burn cleanly.
Colleges are preparing students to work in the sector as lawyers, accountants, chemists and botanists.
Say goodbye to drab, institutional interiors and trippy accoutrements -- top-tier designers are making the face of marijuana more beautiful, smart, and inviting.
Remembering Us, a forthcoming short film from Denver’s BS Filmworks, may be a needed step to change the stigmas surrounding cannabis, as well as stigmas attached to other issues.
When your doctor reminds you to be sure to eat your greens, the recommendation probably doesn’t include cannabis plants. But maybe it should.
One way to reduce your cost of growing and waste is to look into ways you can use the nutrient-dense portions of the plant that normally get tossed out.
It’s been a little over a year since singer, activist and marijuana entrepreneur Melissa Etheridge was arrested for cannabis possession by federal agents in North Dakota near the U.S.-Canada border.
UConn will be offering a class in the spring on the science of growing marijuana.
As legalization spreads, progressive canna-centric weddings are becoming a trend. But throwing a weed wedding isn’t as simple as having flower arrangements adorned with fan leaves and buds.
“For the first time, trends in alcohol and marijuana use are substantially diverging, suggesting that the historical relationship between these two drugs may be changing.”
Long considered a closeted activity, cooking with cannabis isn’t just for the super stoner anymore.
In the coming years, California is going to give cannabis a label that tells its story: how it was grown and where it comes from.