Grow FAQs For sure, there is a learning curve when growing marijuana as a beginner. Even if you have already raised some plants, there is always something new to learn. From our experience, we know that the best way to provide the best care for the plants is to give them what they need and to prevent problems from occurring in the first place. In this section, you can find information that most people ask and what you should be aware of beforehand. Transition, Flowering, Sexing Once the plants are ready, it is time for them to enter the reproductive phase. The nutritional requirements and environmental conditions need to be tweaked to suit the flowering stage. Depending on the type of seed and strain, you would need to provide the utmost care for the next 6 to 12 weeks. This section is about giving those needs, preventing issues, and making the plants produce more buds packed with the highest cannabinoid and terpene concentrations. Planning for Success Learning on the fly or as necessary sometimes works - that is how easy growing marijuana plants can be. Not all the time, though, as mistakes can happen. Hence, to prevent potential problems from happening, it would be best to have an idea of everything needed. Planning lets you prepare the growing space, equipment, and consumables required to germinate the seeds, nurture the seedlings all the way to full maturity. Having a plan ensures that the plants are healthy and safe, as well as letting you streamline the process. Environmenatal Control & Issues The key to growing marijuana successfully is providing the best conditions for them to thrive and produce large yields. Beneath the physical appearance and the buds, you should also make sure that the plants have all they need to develop high levels of THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids. Terpenes, the aromatic and therapeutic oils, are just as important, too. How do you do that? Well, that is what this section is for - eliminating issues while maintaining optimal environmental conditions. Autoflower Suport Autos, like photoperiod strains, go through the same life cycle phases but at rapid rates. From the time the seeds germinate, it takes anywhere from 6 to 12 weeks to be ready for harvest. Hence, their nutritional requirements and growing conditions would not be the same. They also need special care, such as avoiding transplanting and causing stress. Generally, they are easier to cultivate than other seed types. Not sure, this is where you can find the answers or ask the questions. Seed, Propagation and Transplanting The journey towards a successful grow starts with a seed. Any uncertainty you have at this point could be addressed in this section. Beginning a life cycle involves two processes. First, you need to germinate the seeds. After caring for the spouts for some time, you would be transplanting them to a temporary container (or permanent pot if growing an auto). The chances are high that some or all your questions would already have been answered previously. If not, then ask away.
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