For newcomers, growing cannabis can seem very overwhelming, especially when one has so much information at their disposal. As a beginner, I’m sure there is nothing you would love more than to have all of these tips at your disposal. You’re in...
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It starts with germination. This is when the little plants pop out of their shells when given a bit of water. Germinating autoflower seeds is the same process as germinating other kinds of seeds. The differences come a little bit later. There are a few methods for germinating your seeds. You can put the seed directly in the soil, you can soak it in water until it cracks open, you can use a wet paper towel or cotton pad to do the job, or you can soak your seed in water then plant it in a peat moss jiffy pellet, which is the method we recommend.
Growing marijuana may sound like a major endeavor, but really it can be as easy as you want to make it. Still, it’s a good idea to know at least a little bit about what to expect before you begin. Having a basic idea of what a “normal” marijuana plant’s growing season will look like is an excellent way to get started. Keep reading for the basics of growing marijuana.
You’ve probably heard of people with huge marijuana growing operations, with rows of dozens and dozens of marijuana plants growing all at once. This image might turn you off of growing marijuana, and for a good reason. To be honest, there’s no need to worry about growing more than one plant at a time. Let’s look at reasons why you should grow a single plant.