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World’s Largest Online Headshop Relaunches Website After a Decade

After over 10 years, the world’s largest online headshop, Grasscity.com, has been relaunched with a total face-lift and an updated shopping experience that will leave stoners feeling more refreshed and giddy than buying their first piece.

Grasscity’s First Major Update In Over A Decade

Since the site’s initial release in 2001, Grasscity has grown to become a household name for many stoners due to it’s wide selection and reliable service for bongs, pipes and other cannabis-related products. While Grasscity prides themselves on superb customer service and a wide selection of products, after 15 years it was time for an overhaul.

Grasscity has been rebuilt from the ground up, starting with an updated navigation menu and a new-and-improved product-filtering system. With the new search tools and updated product navigation, the shopping experience now feels fluid, intuitive and seamless. In addition to the now-seamless shopping experience, users can also navigate through all of Grasscity’s sites—Shop, Forum and Magazine—right from the top navigation menu. Write on, Blades!

Simon Bannink, Chief Exectutive Officer for Grasscity, promises that the new website will be an exciting experience for both new and returning customers.

“This has been long over due, but we are extremely excited to launch our new website!” he said.

Bannink assured us that even though Grasscity has a new look, the company’s priorities will always be world-class service and efficiency: “This is part of our mission of being the #1 online headshop in the world and the relaunch of Grasscity.com is just the first step forward. Currently, we are in the process of revamping our customer service and fulfillment so we can provide the absolute best shopping experience as the cannabis industry continues to expand.”

Intuitive New Mobile Website Design And Social Integration

For the on-the-go shopper, getting around on Grasscity.com with their cell-phone has been more than a hassle, it’s been a pain. Fortunately, with Grasscity’s relaunch comes special attention to mobile users, who will now be faced with a brand new user interface designed specifically for mobile interaction. With a new mobile design comes improved loading times and navigation throughout the site, and of course users won’t need to pinch to zoom in to see the words on the page anymore.

Introducing the Grasscity Knowledge Base

Even if you’re not planning on getting new glass any time soon, Grasscity didn’t leave you hanging. While Grasscity techs were working day and night to create the ultimate shopping experience, Grasscity’s writers and cannabis experts were working to make the ultimate compilation of vital information for stoners.

Introducing the Grasscity Knowledge Base, home to an ever-growing collection of information ranging from the differences in percolators, to joint rolling tutorials, to the differences between scientific or heady glass. The Knowledge Base’s wide variety of information makes it an excellent tool for greenhorn smokers as well as cannabis connoisseurs to utilize whenever they have a question about cannabis.

Whether it be to check out the new, modern, glass shopping experience, the new and improved forums, or the magazine, take some time to look around on Grasscity’s new site today!

what nutrients should i buy?

The three light bars on the left are QB 288 V2 based by Timber Grow Lights. Model 3SAML that go up to 100W per QB; I run each one at 200W total draw (so 60ish per QB). The one on the right is my old faithful Tasty LED T3-2100; Cree 3590 based. All of them have served me well.

snoeman032
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The three light bars on the left are QB 288 V2 based by Timber Grow Lights. Model 3SAML that go up to 100W per QB; I run each one at 200W total draw (so 60ish per QB). The one on the right is my old faithful Tasty LED T3-2100; Cree 3590 based. All of them have served me well.

snoeman032
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I was going by the price of the fire bloom which is over $100 a liter. But here you go. Nothing fancy just everything the plant needs. I’ve been using it for years. It’s all I use other than maybe a dose of potassium sulphate which I buy for dirt cheap as well. Same stuff all the fancy nutrients are made of just in powder form for pennies on the dollar. I grow nice healthy plants with it. I also use it on house plants, in the garden, container plants, etc. That’s because cannabis uses the same nutrients other plants use. Cannabis specific nutrients are a money grab.

xtsho
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I was planning on using dairy doo premium flower 201 it has manure, worm castings, bat guano, pearlite, bloodworm meal and a bunch of other stuff in it. i can get it for $150 a yard. I think I only need a yard for 12 20 gallon pots.

You might not need any additional nutrients with that soil. If you do you won’t need much and not for awhile.

allanworks
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You might not need any additional nutrients with that soil. If you do you won’t need much and not for awhile.

thank you, I never even thought about the nutrients already in the soil I could have burned the hell out of my plants.
is there anything I could use to help nutrient intake of my plants?

xtsho
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thank you, I never even thought about the nutrients already in the soil I could have burned the hell out of my plants.
is there anything I could use to help nutrient intake of my plants?

I don’t think you need anything that probably isn’t already in it. I looked at the website and if anything I’d mix the 201 with the 301 50/50 and then supplement later with teas if you need to. You’re using basically an organic supersoil. I wouldn’t use chemical nutrients. The organics section has lots of info on brewing teas and such.

Jypsy Dog
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I just looked them up these are for hydro from what I read. I will be growing in soil and would prefer a for soil nutrient. but I could be wrong.

rkymtnman
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xtsho
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I was going to mention that as well. The thing is that Dairy Doo soil probably already has it in it. It looks like some damn good soil.

Zephyrs
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What’s so simple about mixing different amounts of eight different bottles at different weeks? And I just looked at the price! It’s ridiculous. A liter of the fire bloom costs more than I spend for at least two years worth of the nutrients I use and I can guarantee they grow just as good of weed as heavy 16. I can’t believe the price people are paying for these cannabis specific nutrients.

I just crunched some numbers and I can go three years maybe more for the price of one liter of that fire bloom. And that’s continually having plants in flower.

Give your cannabis plants only pertinent organics in its soil.. I have been getting off the stupid over priced bottled nutes, and strictly trying organics soil n ferts only latley. And I have never been happier with how my strain I am growing latley on how it has turned out. Way more lush bigger, happier, than when I was bottle feeding once every week to 10 day. JM2C

Cyproz
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chiming in. organic grower here, comign back from 10 yr hiatus. going with a simple Bio bizz grow and bloom and recharge and mammoth p for extras. let the mycos do the work.

Zephyrs
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chiming in. organic grower here, comign back from 10 yr hiatus. going with a simple Bio bizz grow and bloom and recharge and mammoth p for extras. let the mycos do the work.

Mammoth P is an excellent micro enoculator of living micros! But from my exp. Wi the MP, make sure you have a large pot or in ground. Because it will make your roots explode under the right growing conditions I know cause a couple yrs back I root bounded a couple in a 5 gall pot using it. It was really as effective as claimed. The only shitty thing , bout MP is the price, but ya get what ya pay for wi it.

Cyproz
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Mammoth P is an excellent micro enoculator of living micros! But from my exp. Wi the MP, make sure you have a large pot or in ground. Because it will make your roots explode under the right growing conditions I know cause a couple yrs back I root bounded a couple in a 5 gall pot using it. It was really as effective as claimed. The only shitty thing , bout MP is the price, but ya get what ya pay for wi it.

good to know i will make sure i get 7 gallons then. using the radicle bags. i listen to DSG alot lol. helping me get caught up on tech, products, techniques, everything cannabis really.

allanworks
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Is there a reason to mix it 50/50 is 201 to Rich? Thanks for your help I really appreciate it. The whole soil and nutrients thing has my head spinning.

Dr. Who
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chiming in. organic grower here, comign back from 10 yr hiatus. going with a simple Bio bizz grow and bloom and recharge and mammoth p for extras. let the mycos do the work.

Mammoth P is an excellent micro enoculator of living micros! But from my exp. Wi the MP, make sure you have a large pot or in ground. Because it will make your roots explode under the right growing conditions I know cause a couple yrs back I root bounded a couple in a 5 gall pot using it. It was really as effective as claimed. The only shitty thing , bout MP is the price, but ya get what ya pay for wi it.

Mammoth P is a mammoth rip-off in my book!

For god sake. Brew your own simple AACT bio teas and do just as good for almost the rest of your life on what a gallon of MP costs!
You’ll get a far better spectral spread of more concentrated living bio’s in making your own!
DO NOT use ANY formula with KELP MEAL in it! Kelp meal in AACT will reduce living bio activity by as much as 40%
Put the Kelp meal in your soil as you build it!
Some Alfalfa meals will add a few other different bio’s but you up the NPK a little.

I like to add a bit of composted steer manure once in a while. This adds some different fungal’s to the mix GOOD stuff! Still, this is also a part of my soil builds.

ANY use of a humic/fulvic mix. Should be done with BIO AG – FULHUMIX They make the BEST humic/fulvic supplements on the market today! Same for their mineral mix’s like TM-7.
These are water soluble mix’s that I use to wet down my soil builds to cook.

Remember that mineral depletion in soils takes like a year of actual use to start needing a boost, or re-amendment. So watch mineral content in supplements. Go light if you want to try TM-7 mid run.