When you grow cannabis at home and only get small buds, there are several things that you can consider changing in order to elicit the growth of larger buds and to get the size of bud you are looking to get. Something as simple as changing the growth pattern, the lighting, or the amount of water or CO2 you add to your garden can all have an effect on the growth and the size of the buds you are going to get. The growth process has to be considered through the entire growth cycle; therefore, doing things right from start to finish is going to get the best size, and the best growth when planting the cannabis at home.
Of course, you have to consider optimal growth locations. So, if you are growing cannabis indoors, you have to make sure that in addition to the growth lights you are using, you are also placing the garden in a place that is going to get natural light in order to elicit the healthiest growth and to get the larger bud size you are trying to get. The more natural light that comes in, in addition to the artificial lighting you are using to grow your garden, the more likely it is that you are going to get the results you are looking for when growing. As far as the nutrients in the soil, no matter what nutrients you are putting in, if you do not get the right amount of CO2 and oxygen going through, this will not make the least bit of difference in the size of the buds you will get. If you do not have the proper levels of CO2, the nutrients are not going to properly flow through your garden; therefore, you are not going to get the bud size you are hoping to get during growth.
So, making sure that you are using the right lighting, as well as getting a great amount of air and CO2 flow in to the garden are things to consider. Additionally, using the right nutrients to help elicit growth is going to play a role in the size of the buds that you grow. In addition to the natural lighting, you have to make sure that the artificial lighting you are using has enough watts to get the growth you are looking for. Especially in the budding and flowering stage, the higher the wattage, along with the natural light, the better the growth you are going to get, and the larger the buds you are going to grow when your garden flourishes. So, making sure that you are using the right bulbs, as well as the right amount of wattage getting in is essential. You may want to consider hanging lights during the budding stage in order to get the highest power and to ensure you get the growth patterns you are looking to get.
Additionally, making sure that the overall condition of the place you are growing your garden is optimal for growth is another consideration. You are going to want to consider a room that gets free air flow, is not prone to mold or mildew, and will offer the room you need to grow. Even if you are growing a smaller garden, you need room to allow the buds to flourish; otherwise, you are going to keep getting the small buds that you have always gotten in the past. No matter how big the buds get, you need to give them the room to grow; if you leave the same conditions as in the past, you can expect to get the same results that you got in the past.
So, although it may seem simple enough, just one small change in the growth cycle can make a big difference in the size buds you get. So, whether it is a change in lighting, changing the location of growth, or just making sure to open up an extra window or two, you may notice huge differences in the quality of your garden, and you are definitely going to notice the difference in the size of the buds you are growing. If you continue to use the same patterns as in the past, you can expect the same average to small bud size that you were getting in the past. So, if you want to find the change in the size of the buds and make sure that you get the growth you are looking to attain, you are going to have to change one or several factors in the way you grow your garden.
So, in order to produce high THC plants, adequate and intricate studies of strains and processes about marijuana and its related factors must be delved into. It may not be easy, but as long the intentions of growing such kinds of plants are for the benefit of the needy and the general population, then the risk may all be worth it.