Environmental Stress In creating new hybrids, the growth pattern is one of the traits taken into consideration. Compared to decades ago, practically any strain you grow today is more resilient and able to tolerate environmental stress - to a degree. Indoors or outdoors, anything can happen. It could get too cold or too hot, moisture in the air could become excessively high or low, and so on. No worries, though, for when there is a stressor to deal with comes up, ask, and someone will tell you what to do. Pests These insects and bugs are not only annoying. They can also be destructive. Unfortunately, you can only keep the risk of an infestation low. No matter how clean the growing area is, or how careful you are, some of these critters may invade the garden. If you need help identifying and eliminating these threats, you can find answers from fellow growers - some of whom are experts. Nutrients Dropping nutrients in the soil or the bucket is not the way to feed the plants. First of all, you need to adjust the mixture to suit the growth stage. Also, you should only provide just adequate enough for their needs. Furthermore, you could also add boosters to supercharge growth. When it comes to sustenance, there are plenty of choices. Problems could also occur, resulting in a nutrient burn or deficiency. For more tips or a solution to a problem that left you stumped, then you have come to the right place. Control and Treatment As the seedlings enter the vegetative and, later, the flowering stage, it is not only you who fall in love with their striking appearance. There is no shortage of pests waiting to wreak havoc, putting a distance between you and the massive yields of amazing buds. If left unmitigated, stunted growth is the least of the worries. How you identify the threat and what measures to take are what you can find in this section. Diseases Diseases are a fact of marijuana life. At some point, you would hear about white powdery mildew, molds, bud rot, and so on. The key to remedying these problems is to prevent and, if they do occur, eliminate the threat. You don’t have to know everything, though. There’s simply too much to know about plant diseases to be absorbed in a short time. If your plants ever need intervention, then this is where you can find the solutions.