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Click Here to Subscribe – http://bit.ly/1P3Tott Get Exclusive Videos- http://SchoolOfHardNugs.com/ This is the first of our new round of weekly garden tour videos! In this round we have switched our garden over to Coco instead of using Rockwool and we will be walking you through week by week from the start of flower until we harvest! This is the place to be if you are looking to grow your own Marijuana! We will cover everything you need to know in order to grow your own weed at home, set up a home grow, learn about cannabis genetics, make hash and edibles. We will be dropping tips and tricks that will help you increase your yields so be sure to subscribe for more! All content provided on this Channel is for EDUCATIONAL AND ENTERTAINMENT purposes only. The employees, agents, producer, and affiliates of this Channel make no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, fitness or legality of any information on this Channel or in ANY of its Videos or Links. The School of Hard Nugs is based in Colorado, USA. Recreational and medical marijuana use, cultivation, and manufacture are legal under the laws of the State of Colorado; however, the Content of the Videos and the Channel itself is for ENTERTAINMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. THE POSSESSION, USE, CULTIVATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF ANY AMOUNT OF MARIJUANA, INCLUDING SEEDS, IS ILLEGAL UNDER U.S. FEDERAL LAW, AS WELL AS MANY STATE LAWS. THE SCHOOL OF HARD NUGS DOES NOT ADVOCATE OR ENDORSE THE CONTRAVENTION OF THE LAW. The School of Hard Nugs features content about marijuana, marijuana cultivation, marijuana products manufacture, marijuana consumption, hemp, and other cannabis-related subject matter, including but not limited to: drug laws, drug tests, the recreational use of marijuana, and the medical uses of marijuana. The School of Hard […]

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35 Comments

  • Clifford Hodgson 10 months ago

    so how much money can you make from all this weed?

  • Julie in oregon 10 months ago

    Awesome! Thanks for the Cal-Mag mention. My poor root bound outdoor girls need something I'm missing. Got the Ph under control so rather than Epsom Salt I'll try CalMag.
    Gorgeous plants but you already know that. LOVE your name and great videos!

  • BudzworthyTV 10 months ago

    I'm growing my own cannabis plants. Check my videos out and subscribe. Much is appreciated.

  • Adam Lawton (Chavaliay) 10 months ago

    Hell yeah! I just found your channel an hour ago, been watching through a lot of vids, and they're very helpful. I'm growing in CoCo right now, so i'm really looking forward to seeing more of this series. I really need to learn how to efficiently stake my plants up better, and learn how to trellis them ASAP, so i cant wait for the next vid!!

    thanks!

  • Nice now try decreasing your plants to 12 to 5

  • Joe Grow 10 months ago

    lookin god my brother all the best hope you get a massive harvest

  • Frank the Ripper 10 months ago

    Thanks for not teaching us shit but how to finger fuck all your plants the whole video,butt face hippy…..

  • WelcomeHome76 10 months ago

    Get something to raise up the fabric pots. Gro pro nx. Sea kelp those ladies, they are hurting. If you scrogged those ladies out from the jump, you could have got away with even fewer plants. And are you vegging under hps? Not good. And are you flowering those really tall plants at the same time? Uniform canopy. Love your channel, but your slipping a lil of this round.

  • NWBwana 10 months ago

    What's your coco to perlite ratio and do you keep that ratio consistent from seedling to flower? great video as always and thanks!

  • Pyro Chemdawgxxx 10 months ago

    Just my opinion ut wouldn't it be best to flip to 12/12 once they start looking a little better from the underfeeding?

  • Trina Buck 10 months ago

    them lights alone draw the nutes the hard out plants due to high performance and coco loves food and cal mag

  • THC Titan 10 months ago

    I have yet to try out rockwool, but I can tell you this…. I'M IN LOVE WITH THE COCO! Seriously.

  • Middle Way 10 months ago

    oooh… green… shiny… yummy

  • Nemo Hoes 10 months ago

    Got a suggestion, why don't you open up the plants by weighing the canopies down with chicken wire or another kind of metal trellis with a little weight p.s. Love your Vlog's, keep up good work!

  • Trina Buck 10 months ago

    ouch they look ruff

  • Kevin Garnica 10 months ago

    Sick garden G, your garden is really coming togther. Cant wait to see the end result

  • Ohkapi 10 months ago

    I love your videos John, thanks for showing us these edible plants

  • Kat Williams 10 months ago

    God Bless you John, hope all your dreams come true (owning your own farm). You have inspired me to grow an organic backyard garden. Your looking younger and younger each time I see your latest video . Take care always, Kathleen

  • Myco Genetics 10 months ago

    Where did you get heirloom sugar beet seeds from? Thnks for the video!

  • Chris King 10 months ago

    2 minutes tops would be a nice way to deliver your content. Thanks for what you do!

  • leese 44 10 months ago

    Longer videos too…please

  • sean stoots 10 months ago

    Short videos are definitely better, sir.

  • Nicholas Brandimarte 10 months ago

    Growing my herbs

  • susan gardens 10 months ago

    Thanks for the video. Please, would you let us know what you do with your sugar beets? I am interested in growing alternative sweeteners for baking etc. You know, I've been gardening for over 30 years. I came to the conclusion years ago I would rather eat a stray bug, or worse, lose the whole crop, than use pesticides. I quit using any chemicals in my garden about 25 years ago. Good soil, companion planting and hand picking works for me. Oh! And my chickens! Best little gardening buddies ever. Eat every bug they can get their little beaks on lol.

  • BaltimoresBerzerker 10 months ago

    you could use your rosemary to produce home made insecticides!

  • Laria1966 10 months ago

    Great info. Thanks, John :-)

  • Amy Law 10 months ago

    What's your advice for small rodents? More specifically rats and mice? I already have my garden enclosed with chicken wire but still sonata try get squashes eaten the moment the come out. It's very frustrating. Is there a way to prevent it?

  • Red Horse Jazz Running 10 months ago

    Deer are a major pest in my area .

  • James Wind 10 months ago

    We have small piquant type hot peppers mint and oregano they don't get bugs.

  • Dritan Bega 10 months ago

    Awesome short video.Thank you

  • A Coates Life 10 months ago

    i love your videos. we have begun our garden in our new home – we are in Canada so a much shorter growing season. i shared a video today of our garden, please check it out! we will be expanding it little by little over the coming years.

  • Bethany Chan 10 months ago

    Great video! I just sent you a YouTube message!

  • elliemae4525 10 months ago

    Shorter better!!!

  • HChrisH200 - Haphazard Homestead 10 months ago

    Some folks say that new gardeners should focus on growing what they like to eat, but I say a new gardener is more assured of success by learning to like what is easy to grow in their area. That's a nice selection you pointed out.

  • De Biotuin 10 months ago

    As long as you keep inspiring people with your message John, the format short or long is all the same. Humanity may need enlightened people one day again. He who grows his own food and is willing to share will not wage war or steal food from his neighbours. Your first motivator was health, but it has gotten a lot larger, I can tell you.. Thank you for what you do. Now all we need is to give all people the means to be self-sustaining and be peaceful in times of hardship at the same time. Could be a tough job :)