Want to learn more about why this is important? Learn everything you need to know about marijuana nutrients and root pH here: https://www.growweedeasy.com/how-do-i-check-the-pH-of-my-water
“I Grow Chronic” by Mr. Green
When it comes to humidity, you might be surprised at how much of an effect it can have on growing cannabis plants! If the humidity is too high, your plants tend to grow slower and are more susceptible to mold. But if the humidity is too low, your plants can’t make energy as well as they normally could. They also tend to run into weird problems like unexplainable nutrient deficiencies. Despite the topic, this video is really interesting and shows you simple things you can do that will make a difference!
5.) How to Control the pH of Your Water When Growing Marijuana
“Germinating seeds in paper towels” by Rodrigo0DC
Many of you have written in to tell us how much you love growing videos and that you want us to make more videos. We hear you loud and clear!
Bonus “Beginning to End” Video (old school)
This beautiful 10-minute tour of incredible fields of outdoor marijuana plants around the world with commentary by world-renowned grower Jorge Cervantes will take your breath away.
I especially loved this comment:
I’ve left a little bit of a gap, about an inch at the most, for water to have a place to drain.
If you think you see all balls, or you can’t quite tell, give it another week or so. Female sex organs are round, but they don’t scream “ball”—they look like something’s about to grow from them. In another week’s time, you’re likely going to see a hair or two.
How do you know when they’re ready?
Next, buck the buds into smaller chunks by snipping them off the main branch and place them in airtight impermeable containers.
How to pot up your weed seedlings
In the garden, we’ve got all these unpollinated female flowers, and they are just trying to get pollinated. They’re making themselves as attractive as possible to male pollen that floats in the wind. They’re getting stickier and stickier, just trying to get covered in pollen.
I’m Johanna, coming to you from my Berkeley, California backyard. I grow fruit, veggies, herbs, cut flowers, and yeah, weed. I grow weed entirely outdoors, in the sunshine, no fancy equipment, not a lot of fuss. And I’ve actually found that information for that type of a grower is incredibly hard to come by. So I’m here to help show you how to do it.
Preparing the hole:
Vice versa, if you live somewhere super humid, trim now. Way less chance for trouble.
Or go the DIY route:
If you don’t have access to marijuana seeds or clones from a dispensary or friend, you’ll need to get some cannabis seeds mailed to you. Don’t have them mailed to the same place you plan to grow if you’re not growing legally. Don’t just learn how to grow weed, learn how to be discreet and not brag or bring attention to yourself.
Pruning For Higher Yield
When you’re ready to begin the flowering stage, switch your timer to a 12 hour on/12 hour off light cycle. Be sure never to interrupt the 12-hour dark period with any light. This confuses your plant and can cause serious problems.
Pro Tips for Proper Drying and Curing
Attention to detail is essential if you are a beginner who is trying to learn how to grow weed. Even the most inconsequential detail could be the difference between a healthy plant and a dud. In this video, learn about the best type of container to use to grow your marijuana plant. We recommend a “smart pot,” which is a container that is made of breathable fabric that allows the roots of your plant to grow much larger. Larger roots mean a larger marijuana plant, which means a more bountiful weed yield when the time comes.