Grow Bud Yourself w/ Aaron DNA Genetics

Nov 30, 2020

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Grow Bud Yourself Episode 31

Episode 31 of Grow Bud Yourself flourishes with fantastic and fascinating flowers. 

First, Danny & Mike discuss recent news about cannabis legalization efforts.

The interview is with Aaron Yarkoni from DNA Genetics, who reveals bud breeder tips and tricks and discusses new collaborations around the world. 

The cultivation segment features our Strain of the Fortnight, Danny's take on why your pot leaves or stems turn purple, plus, answers to listener grow questions. 

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