Date of publication: 2018-02-25 10:22
At certain acidity levels, certain elements can’t be absorbed by the marijuana plant’s roots. If the pH level is too low, for example, your marijuana plant won’t take in magnesium very well. Therefore, even if you’re feeding plenty of magnesium to your plants, they still will exhibit signs of a magnesium deficiency.
Great advice. Another cool way to make your plant become a bush is FIMMING, If done right it can split into 8 or more new colas
Spider mites are a bugger to remove. Use neem oil & remove webs & large old leaves.
They hate humidity.
After harvest, thoroughly clean EVERYTHING in your grow room, lights, fans, pots, everything.
Quarantine bought/gifted clones for at least a week before putting near other plants & grow room. They 8767 re often the source of infestation. Good luck.
Imagine how much you love food. That is how much your marijuana plants love carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is vital for the flowering and growth of your marijuana plant (and any plant, for that matter). Overall, the more carbon dioxide, the better.
You may choose to start growing from clones if you have access to a reliable source. However, we recommend growing from seed until you have your own mother plant. That way you know exactly what you are getting. After all, good genetics make all the difference in the size and quality of your harvest.
Controlling your temperature can mean controlling the amount of potency and smell of your buds – when done properly. Make sure you pay special attention to your grow room’s temperature throughout its entire life cycle. If you do this, the results will definitely be to your liking. Read more about temperature or humidity
Note: If you are an indoor grower, try moving the lights closer to your plants as long as temperatures don 8767 t exceed 85 degrees. This will increase your yield significantly
An artist’s loop or magnifying glass is essential to timing your harvest perfectly. You need to look at the color of the trichomes to determine the readiness of each plant.
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