Mekkeutstyr. 120w Seven Band - Deep Red / Red / Blue / Orange / White / UV / IR LED Grow Ligh. How to Grow Stronger Smelling Cannabis. By Nebula Haze Table of Contents Introduction to Growing Cannabis with a Strong, Complex Smell How to Improve & Strengthen Smell of Buds List of Suggested Strains Introduction to Growing Cannabis with a Strong, Complex Smell Do you want to improve the smell of your cannabis? These days you can produce buds with very intense smells like diesel and skunk, but there are also strains that produce strong fruity and sweet smells like pineapple, blueberry or chocolate.
Unfortunately many marijuana growers, new and experienced, are unintentionally making mistakes that prevent buds from smelling their best by either preventing them from living up to their potential, or accidentally giving buds an unpleasant or unwanted taste/smell. This tutorial will teach you how to increase the smell of your buds as well as show you what needs to be done to achieve a more complex and appealing smell overall. Each cannabis strain has its own unique smell, but you can increase this natural scent using the tips below! Cannabis Light Schedules: What You Need to Know. By Nebula Haze Cannabis plants keep getting bigger and bigger with long days, and start making buds when you give them long nights.
Cannabis is a "photoperiod" plant, which means the amount of light received each day decides when the plant starts flowering or making buds. This article explains how much light a day your photoperiod cannabis plants need to grow and start budding, so you get to a happy harvest day. What about auto-flowering strains? Vegetative - Seedling or clone leads to Vegetative Stage - Give 18-24 hours of light a dayFlowering - Flowering (Budding) Stage leads to Harvest - Give 12 hours light & 12 hours dark each day Seedling or Clone While not technically a "stage," all grows start with cannabis seeds or clones. Indoors Plant your seeds or clones when you're ready to start growing! How to germinate seeds: Outdoors Some outdoor growers start their plants indoors to give them a headstart before putting plants outside. Vegetative Stage. Picture Guide to Cloning Marijuana.
What is a cannabis "clone? " What are the advantages of taking marijuana clones? Well, first of all, cloning is one of the easiest and fastest ways for cannabis growers to make many new (and free) weed plants at once! Cloning cannabis is the process of making a smaller copy a specific cannabis plant. Basically a clone is a little piece of plant that has been cut off (a "cutting") from a parent plant and then given the opportunity to make roots of its own. Cannabis clones are cuttings from a marijuana plant - these cuttings make roots of their own and grow into an identical plant as the "mother! " Each cannabis clone has the same genes and is a genetic copy of its parent. That means if the parent of the clone is a female, you are guaranteed that all the clones taken from that cannabis plant will be female, too. Cloning cannabis lets you make dozens of (free) identical cannabis plants quickly! Clones like warm, wet conditions.
Think springtime. beautiful cannabis cloning pics by B. 1.) 2.) 3.) How Do I Transplant Marijuana for Faster Growth? By Nebula Haze Intro: Transplanting Cannabis for Faster Growth There are advantages to transplanting your marijuana, and this transplant guide and tutorial will teach you when and how to transplant your pot plants perfectly every time. But why should growers transplant their weed plants in the first place? Why not just plant them in their final container from the beginning? The reason is that a proper transplanting regimen actually makes your plants grow faster in the vegetative stage! Transplanting Young Cannabis Plants At The Right Time Makes Them Grow Faster! If you start your cannabis plants in a relatively small container they will grow faster than if you planted your seedlings or clones in a big container.
Small Cannabis Plants Grow Faster in Small Containers But if you do start small, you need to transfer your plants to bigger containers as they grow to ensure the roots have plenty of room to expand. A root-bound cannabis plant - transplant your plants before it comes to this! 1.) Cannabis Light Schedules: What You Need to Know. How often do I water marijuana plants? By Nebula Haze If you're growing marijuana in soil or another growing medium like coco coir, you will have to hand-water your plants.
Watering is an important part of growing cannabis, and knowing how to water your plants will save you a lot of frustration! But how often do you give your cannabis water? Well, you will want to water your marijuana whenever the top of the soil or growing medium starts to feel dry. I like to water when the medium feel dry up to my first knuckle, or about an inch. Water plants when soil feels dry up to your first knuckle How to water cannabis properly (when using a well-draining mixture with liquid nutrients)... Wait until the top of the growing medium is dry about an inch deep (up to your first knuckle - just use your finger to poke a hole in the soil and see if it feels dry).Add water until you see 10-20% extra runoff water drain out the bottom of your pot.
Growing in Super Soil? Not sure how to remove runoff water after watering your marijuana? Jump to... Auto-Flowering Cannabis Strains Guide (Plus How to Get Better Yields & Potency) By Nebula Haze & Sirius Fourside Table of Contents Introduction to Auto-Flowering (Ruderalis) Cannabis Strains Auto-Flowering vs Photoperiod Cannabis Strains Common Questions So You Want to Grow an Auto-Flowering Plant?
Introduction to Auto-Flowering Cannabis Strains Auto-flowering cannabis strains are the descendants of a wild strain of hemp first identified as "Ruderalis" in Russia during the early 1940s. Most strains of cannabis are known as "photoperiod" strains and don't start flowering (making buds) until they get specific signals from the sun that winter is coming. Conversely, Ruderalis plants don't wait any type of signal. Auto-flowering plants grow for about 3-4 weeks and then automatically begin flowering (making buds).
By living such a short life, Ruderalis plants were able to survive in Russia with short summers and extremely long winters. These days auto-flowering strains, originally known as "Lowryders," are found at most seed banks alongside photoperiod strains. Auto-Flowering. Auto-Flowering Cannabis Strains Guide (Plus How to Get Better Yields & Potency) How do I germinate marijuana seeds? By Nebula Haze Table of Contents Intro: How to Germinate Cannabis Seeds Are my seeds good? 5 Common Germination Methods How to Plant Your Germinated Cannabis Seeds Wait! My seeds are growing upside down! Taking Care of Marijuana Seedlings - The First Few Weeks What Size Container to Use? Introduction: Cannabis Seed Germination Cannabis germination is the process of getting your seeds to sprout, and you know sprouting has occurred when a little white tendril pops out of the seed. The little white tendril that emerges from a cannabis seed during germination is your plant's first root, known as a "taproot.
" The taproot - and maybe a few tiny early offshoots of the taproot - will get longer and longer, pushing the seed up, and after the shell breaks through the surface of your growing medium, the first leaves (these first round leaves are known as "cotyledons") will emerge from inside the cannabis seed. Cannabis seeds can be expensive, don't waste your seeds with bad germination methods! Remember! Male vs Female Cannabis Plants.
By Nebula Haze Table of Contents Intro: Only Female Cannabis Plants Produce Bud What Do Male and Female Plants Look Like? How Do Light Periods Affect Cannabis Life Stages & Gender? How to Determine Sex of a Marijuana Plant in the Vegetative Stage Marijuana Life Stages & Gender: Only Female Cannabis Plants Make Buds Did you know there are both male and female marijuana plants? That's because only female plants produce buds. Regular marijuana seeds will be 50% male, and 50% female. One way around this is to purchased feminized seeds online. Questions about buying seeds online? You can also make your own feminized seeds, but you have to start with two known female plants. When do marijuana plants reveal their gender? Cannabis plants go through two stages of life, the "vegetative" stage and the "flowering stage.
" They first go through the vegetative life stage, which you can sort of consider its "childhood" since the plant is only focusing on growing bigger and taller, and gender doesn't matter. Tutorial: How to Grow Cannabis Indoors! By Nebula Haze Table of Contents Intro: Learn How to Grow Weed Indoors How Long Until You’re Smoking Your Buds? 4 months Growing Cannabis Basics Light Needs (Cannabis needs more light than most house plants)Two Stages of Life: Vegetative & FloweringHow to Get Seeds or Clones - Choosing the Right StrainElectricity Use (For Indoor Growers)Setup Cost Setup & Supplies Start Growing Cannabis!
Growing Tips & Hints Fix Common Growing Problems Intro: So You Want to Learn How to Grow Weed? You're here because you want to learn how to grow weed indoors and are interested in an "online class" about growing marijuana. What Supplies Do I Need to Start Growing Weed Indoors? Cannabis goes by many names; weed, pot, marijuana, bud, ganja and more. I Want a More Simple Guide to Growing Cannabis! The flowers of potent strains of cannabis are grown, harvested, dried and cured to become the buds that can be used to vaporize, smoke, eat (via edibles) or otherwise processed for recreational or medical marijuana purposes. Grow Light Breakdown: Heat, Cost & Yields. By Nebula Haze For the many growers who are unable to cultivate cannabis outside in the free abundant sunshine, grow lights are necessary to successfully grow cannabis indoors. Grow lights take the place of the sun, and power the growth of your plants and their buds.
Light is like "food" for your plants, so without a lot of bright light, even a healthy cannabis plant won't produce much bud at all. More Light = Bigger Yields! (up to a point, it is possible to give your plant too much light!) There are lots of options for grow lights that work well for growing cannabis indoors but in the end they boil down to 3 major types: 1.) 2.) 3.) (LEDs come in a huge variety of sizes and form factors. Note: Some growers may have heard of "Induction" grow lights, which are pretty rare these days but still pop up from time to time. Some types of induction lights are well suited to stadium lighting but honestly they just aren't that great for growing cannabis and they come with huge price tags. 1.) 2.)