Whether you’re a grower or a casual consumer, there’s bound to be at least a dozen pot products that you would be interested in. Here are four accessories that might pique your interest.
A Simple Plan
The best growers take meticulous notes on every aspect of their gardens in order to learn from their successes and mistakes. Chronicle your cultivation efforts with the useful and stylish Grow Planner from Goldleaf, a journal that helps you track your progress day to day and week to week. Document your feeding schedule, pest-control routine, harvest notes and much more, all on acid- and chlorine-free cream-colored paper.
Mother of Dragons
LED (light-emitting diode) technology has made leaps and bounds in the last few years. By focusing on increasing yields instead of just on power-cost savings, the makers of the Dragon-LED XL120 have created a grow light that penetrates deep into the canopy for strong, healthy growth. The unit is fully tunable across a broad spectrum and projects an enormous amount of light where plants need it most.
We’re always seeking innovative and discreet ways to smoke up. The pieces from Genius Pipe are made with sleek anodized aluminum and feature a patented dimple design that filters and cools smoke so you can taste the flavors without burning your throat and lungs. They’re easy to clean and available in a wide variety of colors, and the magnetic sliding cover ensures they won’t spill or smell. The Genius Taster attachment even allows you to do dabs!
Grinding weed can be quite a chore. The new E-Shredder from Aux Tools is a handheld, battery-operated unit that takes just three seconds to grind buds to the perfect texture for smoking or vaping. For cooking, pulverize longer for a finer grind. The shredder comes with an odor-proof bag and a USB charger with a light gauge that indicates battery life. It’s made in the United States and is 100 percent BPA-free.
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