I know many beginning indoor cannabis growers want to spend as little as possible, so they start by growing bag seed. I did this myself, so I won’t tell you not to, but you should be aware of the problems you may face.
Keep the temperature between 65 and 80° F (18 and 26° C) and maintain a relative humidity between 40 and 50% during the beginning of the flowering stage and 40 and 45% during the final weeks.
8. Start Growing Cannabis Indoors
you can’t. the only way to get seeds is by fertilizing a mature female during the flower cycle. for that, you need a male plant tp produce the pollen to fertilize. i think though you might even be able to buy pollen online, which might be the best option if you know what strain your females are and want to cross-breed with another strain you like..
If you only have a plant or two, you can get by with just the fan for ventilation. You’ll just have to leave the tent door open at times to replace the air inside.
Flowering Your Weed Plants
If you water everytime the firet inch if soil is dry your not letting your medium fully dry out which means root rot, and your bottom roots aren’t getting oxygen they need to thrive..it also means they are never in search of moisture which means they dont stretch out and developed as fast.
The main drawback is fluorescent lights are less efficient, generating about 20-30% less light per watt of electricity used; space is another concern, as it would require approximately 19 four-foot long T5 bulbs to equal the output of a single 600 watt HPS bulb.
When designing your space, you’ll need to take into account room for your plants, as well as space for lights, fans, ducting, and other equipment. You’ll also need space to work on the plants. Cannabis plants can double in size in the early stages of flowering, so make sure you have adequate head space!
Fluorescent grow lights
Unlike outdoor growing, you aren’t tied to the sun and the seasons. You will be providing the entire environment the plants need to grow, including the grow medium—soil, rockwool, etc.—and regulating the amount of water and nutrients they receive, as well as controlling temperature, humidity, and more for them.
Terra cotta pots offer a unique set of benefits to growers in hot climates.
There’s a lot to think about when choosing a plant. Your mind might immediately jump to strains you know and love, or wonder which varieties are easiest to grow. But let’s start at the beginning with your baby plant. There are two ways of getting your grow started: seed or clone.
Seedlings and maturing plants in the vegetative stage of growth need lots of light. These plants should get at least 12 and ideally 18 hours of direct light per day, which means if you’re growing a photoperiod plant and relying on sunshine alone, you need to time the growing cycle to maximize the increasingly long daylight hours of spring and summer.
While it’s totally possible to grow a cannabis plant in your living room without supplemental lighting, adding even just one grow light can give you a lot of bang for your buck when it comes to outcome and yield.