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The light is more blue. Once the longest day of the year has passed, the days are slowly getting shorter again. And the sunlight turns more red. Now the plant knows that it is time to grow buds. Under artificial lights, we start young plants under 18 hours of light and 6 hours darkness.
At this time, we use lamps that are more blue in color. The plant thinks that it is spring and grows as fast as it can.
When we do that, the plant starts flowering. Common Planting Mediums for Marijuana A traditional, cost effective and often used medium for growing crops is soil. Soil is dirt! The other common medium—especially for growing weed indoors—is hydroponics, a way of growing plants without soil, using mineral nutrients in water. There are various different kinds of hydroponic systems , but they all allow you to grow a plant out of season and indoors.
However, a hydroponic solution needs thorough monitoring. The first step, is choosing the right seeds. And you need to have access to a plant to take the cutting from.
How to Choose Cannabis Seed The seed is like a sleeping embryo, the result of sexual propagation between male and female flowers. Only healthy parent plants will produce healthy top quality seeds. All the features of the plant, be it the height, color, aroma or quality, all depend on the seed. If you want good quality marijuana, you need good quality seeds.
But how do you select a seed worth growing? Avoid pale seeds, green seeds, and soft or damaged seeds. These are not mature or ready for germination. Cannabis seeds should have a hard outer shell. There are numerous strains of seed available. Germination of Cannabis Seeds After selecting the right seed, the next step is germination. Germination is a process in which the outer shell of a healthy and mature seed, kept in the correct environmental conditions moisture, air and warmth , breaks down and a white colored root begins to sprout from it, dropping downward.
So take that into account when deciding how many seeds to germinate. The average time, a healthy seed takes to germinate is about 2 to 7 days, but the period may vary depending on quality of seed, temperature, moisture, etc.
More on that later. Our advice is also to germinate in the hot months for more effective results. Once the seed has germinated, the white colored, root shaped sprout should grow longer and longer.
From there, it will eventually be transferred into the garden or a hydroponic system. How to Germinate a Cannabis Seed There are many techniques to start germination.
But one good tip for the beginner is to practice them on other common seeds first, rather than waste expensive marijuana seeds. The different techniques for germinating seed are as follows: Soaking This is the most reliable technique of germinating marijuana or any other seed.
In this method you need a normal coffee cup filled with warm water. You will have to know how to properly set it up, and more importantly, how to make the perfect atmosphere for your plants to grow to their potential. Dehumidifiers decrease environmental moisture and release heat, which can be helpful in certain cases like very moist and cool areas, such as basements. If you want know how to grow big buds indoors, you have to understand the importance of VPD. Whether you are growing weed in a closet or a tent, you will have to control the atmosphere.
Humidity is one of the more important factors to control and this is in part due to the fact that different humidity levels are best for different growing stages. Plants with higher VPD values will generally have a higher transpiration rate and increased nutrient movement.
Germinating weed seeds Learning how to germinate a weed seed is a piece of cake, and also the first step you will take towards your new hobby. Germinating seeds is a process of forcing them to begin to grow and put out roots. How to germinate weed seeds? There are several ways to do this. Germinating seeds in soil Germinating seeds in soil is the easiest way to do it because all you have to do is toss them in your pot, cover with some dirt and douse with water. You only need the soil to be damp so make sure you do not over water it.
You can use clear kitchen plastic to wrap the tops of the pots to maintain humidity. Keep the pots in a warm area. Germinating seeds in water Germinating seeds in water requires even less effort than germinating seeds in soil. You literally just have to throw them in a cup of water for hours. Those that sink are good. After the seeds start rooting, move them on a damp paper towel and cover with another damp paper towel.
Place the paper towel covered seeds in a dark area and they will grow roots in a matter of days. After that, all you have to do is move them into a pot. Germinating seeds with paper towels For this method, you take a couple of seeds, put them on a damp paper towel and cover with another one, after which you store them somewhere dark.
After a few days you should see roots embedded in the paper towels. You can do this with gauze and cotton wool as well. One of the most important things to remember for the seedling stage is that you will want to move your plants in a bigger pot as soon as you see the first few leafs show.
Further along the road you will most likely have to re-pot the plants again. I strongly suggest you move the plants as soon as you see the first leaves appear.
The second re-potting should happen once your plants have rooted in firmly and appear ready to be moved—this means that the plant looks stable enough to be moved. Whatever you decide to do regarding re-potting, keep one thing in mind: The less root damage the better. Vegetative stage Vegetative stage starts when you see that the plant is looking more like a weed plant than just a regular plant, meaning that it has clear weed-like characteristics. You will start seeing the recognizable fan leaves and many branches stemming from the trunk, alongside that familiar skunky smell.
Vegetative stage starts roughly around the second week for most autoflowering plants, but for others it might start in the third week. Either way, once your plant starts growing in size by the day you will know that you successfully reached the vegetative stage.
The amount of water you will use for your plants varies depending on the specifics of your grow and the environment in which you hold the plants. It also depends on the size of the plant, air temperature, soil composition, water quality and the capacity of your air filtration systems. Let me just leave it at these 3 things: Water whenever you feel that the top of the soil is dry Bigger pots — water less often, smaller pots — water more often Make sure you have appropriate drainage to avoid overwatering Pro tip: Get yourself a bottle of carbonated water, and sprinkle the weed leaves.