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...off so the buds can be seen by the light is a load of old, well without swearing is some sort of American mythology which has no real scientific background to it. The leaves photosynthesise the light, the more you leave on there the more they can harness that light and the more starches and sugars they can pump around the plant, the bigger the fruits will be at the end of the day so the name of the game is let the plant be, if you’ve got leaves that are dying, obviously at that point, before they rot you can remove them but otherwise just let the plants take and become what they should become.  

One major concern we’ve got is we’re sharing this greenhouse with a whole host of other ethnobotanical plants behind the camera. Now, they’re grown in dirt and it’s not exactly a clinical environment, plus that extra half of the glasshouse is open continuously so I can imagine that at some point we are going to get some sort of pest infestation; I’ve just seen a little sciarid fly fly off coming from that direction, so by all means, we will try and make this grow as perfect as we can but we aren’t in the exact perfect environment or location, and obviously we’ll come across problems that will obviously benefit yourselves because you’ll see how we deal with...

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All footage taken was filmed on location at the University of London, who possess a Home Office licence to cultivate Cannabis.
All Cannabis grown was grown under this Home Office licence for medical research under a group European initiative to validate the medicinal properties of Cannabis.