There are several handy little things to have during a grow. We pull many of the neat and handy things from elsewhere in this guide and we are interested in your suggestions for other Neat and Handy tools for growing cannabis! Let us know the neat and handy things that you use in your grow: Suggestions!
For everything from hanging lights to training plants! You need to have some zip ties!
8-inch Zip Ties (100 count)
10ml Oral Syringes
Repairing Plant Injuries
When you are training or working around your plants you may accidentally injure them. Stem splits and tears often occur during low stress training (LST) or supercropping. Many growers use a sticky tape such as electrical tape to wrap around these injuries. While it is important to wrap up the injury, you should never put sticky tape on a plant, because it will lead to further injury!
Water Leak Alarm
Water Alarm for Leak and Flood Alert
Grow Tent Repair
Aluminum Foil Tape
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About Our Product Recommendations
At Coco for Cannabis, our mission is to help growers maximize the success of their cannabis crops by providing scientifically accurate information and sharing proven growing practices.
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