The Ultimate Rosin Pressing Resource

Guide To Pressing Rosin for the Outdoor Grower

After a successful growing season and bountiful harvest, outdoor cannabis growers sometimes find themselves overflowing in an abundance of flowers. While it’s hard to complain about too much cannabis, dozens of mason jars sitting around the house can get a little cumbersome. Pressing rosin is a great way to put surplus flowers to work, expand your cannabis horizons, and learn a new type of cannabis craft: solventless extraction.
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Best Cannabis Strains for Pressing Rosin

✅ Updated 1/13/21 The quality of your starting material is the biggest contributor to the final quality of your rosin. It’s crucial to ensure you’re starting out with trichome-rich flowers and high amounts of terpenes. Although the skill of the grower and the growing environment play a significant role in the quality of the cannabis, the cannabis cultivar, or strain, being grown is an important factor not to be overlooked. While the same strains will perform differently in the hands of different growers
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How to Increase Terpene Production When Growing Cannabis

A good way to think about cannabis cultivation is that you’re actually farming trichomes, specifically the cannabinoids and terpenes they contain. Especially if you’re planning to use the flowers for making hash, it’s important to optimize for terpene production during the flowering phase of the cannabis plant’s life. The following are some things to consider for your grow when aiming for increased terpene production:
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Cultivating Soil for Optimal Terpene Expression

Growing the best cannabis requires growing the best soil. Think about how you’re cultivating your soil and that intention will shine through in the end product. The goal is to create soil that gives roots the healthiest environment possible, and healthy roots lead to healthy flowers. Here are 5 tips to help you grow the best soil for your plants Correct pH (slightly acidic) When using organic soil with only organic fertilizer, pH adjustment will likely not be needed. Most soil in nature is slightly acidic, and that’s what cannabis prefers. If you keep the pH between 6.0 and 7.0
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Do I Need to Grow My Own Cannabis to Press Rosin?

✅ Updated 12/31/20 On the journey to creating ever-better rosin, improving your knowledge and perfecting your skills is vital. As with any other technique or art, frequent practice, experimentation, and constant innovation will make you better (and lead to a better product). One of the best ways to supply yourself with enough material, while at the same time controlling the maximum amount of variables, is to grow your own cannabis.
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