Cannabis Blog – Learn and Cultivate
Growing marijuana is not difficult, although some forums give the false impression that it takes an agricultural university degree to just understand what is written.
Our resource is designed to describe simple and understandable methods of growing marijuana at home with minimal investment of time and money. Are you going to start growing for the first time in your life? Have you been growing marijuana for a long time and would like to learn something new? This site is for you!
You may be asking similar questions:
- How to grow marijuana at home? We bring to your attention an indoor instruction .
- Where to get cannabis seeds? Be sure to choose only the best genetics and, as you read the descriptions, try on the variety information for your growing conditions. Learn about cannabis strains for beginners here. The main color of cannabis inflorescences is green, but there are also purple or reddish tones, depending on the phenotype.
- How to increase the yield? Our resource offers some techniques that can be combined:
- Supercropping is a simple technique for increasing the number of inflorescences.
- A Simple Tutorial for Growing Compact and Wide Bushes
- LST (Low Stress Training) is a simple training method that can almost double the yield.
- Defoliation Technique – For Experienced Only
Other ways to increase your yield:
- Boost lighting and add CO2
- Set a more productive direction for growth
- Fertilize correctly and in moderation
- Regulate the growing environment
- Harvest wisely (and not prematurely)
- It is also important to keep in mind: first of all, the genetics of the variety affects the amount of the crop!
Two small, well-grown plants will produce up to 100 g of dry buds.
How not to get caught in the grove? The basis of conspiracy: not to tell, not to smell, and not to sell. 99% of growers come across precisely because they tell or show someone the planting, or don’t care about hiding the scent. Sales will also sooner or later bring the grower into the hands of the authorities.
What if the plants get sick? Most often, problems arise due to deviations from the pH norm. In addition, hemp can be stressed due to a lack of minerals, high air temperatures, or too much light. Sometimes marijuana is attacked by parasites or fungal diseases. However, in the wild, hemp is a very hardy and adaptable plant – any problem can be corrected if the plants are inspected daily.