According to prices for published by Cannabis Benchmarks, the wholesale price paid by licensed retailers for marijuana in the US is almost twice as high for weed grown indoors than any other type of weed-growing operation. This has been true for at least all of this year. For instance, as of the end of March, indoor-grown flower was selling for an average of $1,468 per pound while weed grown outdoors was less than half that at $631/pound and greenhouse weed was $972/pound.
Our friends at Canna-Pet are holding a blowout sale on their Hemp-derived products for pets. We have written about CBD for pets in this post. The CannaPet products are not CBD oil but hemp extract does contain a variety of other terpenes and phytochemicals that CannaPet claims have beneficial effects for a variety of pet ailments and conditions. You can read about the differences between hemp oil, CBD oil and hemp seed oil here. CannaPet’s claim is that their products “contain over two dozen compounds, terpenes and flavonoids, including hemp, ß-Caryophyllene, CBC, CBG, limonene, α-pinene, and linalool, HPLC tested to ensure quality and consistency.” That sounds like something you could spend a lifetime learning about, but it’s easier just to look at testimonials and there are a lot of those, attesting to beneficial effects seen with CannaPet products. So even if these dog weed and cat weed products don’t contain CBD, they seem to be pleasing a lot of pet owners. And CannaPet seems to be a company that really cares about producing high-quality products for a wide variety of animals.
(N.B. Only US and Canada residents eligible. You can also earn extra entries—see below.)
Electric Sky 300 – Next Level Growing Technology
However, for those of you who don’t know the ES300 yet…
Here’s why those in the know are already over on the Green Sunshine Co. site, typing in their email address:
The Electric Sky 300 is a powerful, $695 commercial-level grow lamp that’s starting to make a real name for itself in the cannabis growing community. Why?
Well, firstly, the ES300 gives super-even coverage over a 2′ x 4′ area for flowering, or up to 3′ x 5′ for veg. We’re talking a perfectly rectangular ‘electric sky’ above your plants (hence the name) that even gives good PAR values at the corners and edges of your grow. No hotspots.
It’s also efficient, needing only 300W to give that kind of 500W HPS equivalent coverage, not to mention great canopy penetration.
But of course the proof is in the growing, right? So check out the videos below.
In this video, on The Green Sunshine Company’s home page, you can see the light’s rectangular footprint through the clever use of a smoke machine:
(When you’ve entered, get 5 extra chances to win by watching this video and answering a question. Watch to the end for the answer.)
This one covers the flowering phase of a big indoor organic grow under Electric Sky 300s, week by week, from beginning to frosty end.
Check it out:
Or check out this timelapse video of two ES300s vs 1000W HPS (starts on day 6 of flower, Electric Sky is on the right):
40% less power usage, no drop in yield or quality. Pretty impressive, no?
And you could get that for free!
So, to be in with a chance of winning, just head on over to the Green Sunshine Company and sign up for their newsletter: