how to grow quads weed

How to grow quads weed

For many growers, this is the toughest part to get right. Why?

GOOD GENES!

All cannabis strains have their own attributes, so the best thing to do is to find one that fits what you’re looking for. Some strains are high in THC, some are known for tasting pleasant, some are high in CBD, etc.

The amount of light your plant receives in it’s life can be used as a good indicator of how close it will get to its maximum potency when all other conditions are met. In fact, outside of genetics, light-intensity plays the biggest role in determining how big/hefty/potent your buds will be.

Aside from becoming ever more picky about which nutrients they get, flowering plants will begin to smell ever-more enticing and look more and more ready to harvest. The problem is that there is a small 2-3 week window in which cannabis should be harvested, and most growers (myself included) get the urge to take them down prematurely.

How to grow quads weed

Some of the most preferred marijuana strains have weak branches by nature, therefore a good support is essential to help them bear the weight of the buds.

As they say, there is a time for low stress training and then there is a time to prune. The aforementioned LST has its benefits, but occasionally you will still need to cut parts of your plant. Pruning can be a very efficient method to help your plant produce better yields.

In order to achieve those dense and fat buds, your plants needs some external stimulus in the form of nutrients. You need to give it the right amount for each growth stage, especially when it's flowering. During the flowering stage, make sure that the nutrients are low on nitrogen but rich in phosphorus and potassium.

Of course, the opposite holds true if the container is too small. There won't be enough space and soil for the roots to fully develop and the plant's yields will suffer.

Provide Plant Support

Using big containers might seem like it helps, but it's actually better to use medium-sized ones. This is mainly because in a large container, it takes the plant more time and effort to reach the nutrients and settle in the soil. Oftentimes, the plant has matured fully but there is a lot of unused soil left in the container. This is not very efficient and the resources can be utilized in a better way.

Regardless of whether you're growing marijuana indoors or outdoors, providing it with proper support can benefit its development greatly. The best and most inexpensive methods for doing so are to use a cage, a stake, or a net, depending on your specific growing conditions.

Naturally, if you're growing outdoors this is not an issue, but otherwise it's something that should be considered. CO2 plays a vital role in the way plants absorb light and then convert it into energy, and needs to be abundant in the growing space.

Get the Right Airflow and Spacing for Cannabis Plants

Planting weed and getting it to grow is generally not a complicated process and can be done by anyone. However, plant growth rate and size are not the things that determine the value, it’s the buds. Here’s what you need to know in order to grow great bud.

Adequate spacing around the buds is very important because it allows them to reach their full potential without any constraints.

How to grow quads weed

Honestly? Probably. So do you have any home growing horror stories?
One time a chicken completely stripped one of my plants of all leaves. Surprisingly it recovered after a few weeks, but was a bit smaller than the rest.

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So what’s your secret for an extra healthy crop?
Connecting with your plants. I speak to them and I play a lot of music for my plants. Literally, every type of music from classical to dance hall. There is nothing better than seeing your plants praying while rocking out with your air guitar [laughs].

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And how often are you having to tend to your plants—sorry *girls*?
The more daily work you do while they are growing the less work you ultimately have to do and the more usable product you get in the end without having to put out fires constantly—if you get lazy it shows! I tend to all of my gardens every morning.