The best season during which to harvest weed is autumn. In South Africa, this means you’ll want to start harvesting in mid-March or April. You need to consider germination around springtime the previous year so that your plant can reach flowering by the summer.
How to grow dagga
For a more relaxed high (vegging in front of the TV), you’ll want to wait until the trichomes are golden-brown and the pistils are turning inwards before you harvest.
Luckily, growing weed in South Africa is ideal because of the warm climate. Here is a breakdown of the ideal flowering process for your cannabis:
The Spring Equinox, 22 September, marks when the day and night lengths are officially 12/12. Photoperiodic cannabis plants require more than 12 hours of daylight hours to stay in the vegetative stage.
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Photoperiodic – Feminized:
Organic gardeners will opt to mix their own substrates. Organic soils like the Orgasoilux Omega Mix, are high in slow-release amendments. Organic matter requires the soil to be teaming with microorganisms. Without these beneficial microorganisms, organic matter and the nutrients they contain are not available to the plant. The microbes primary function is to break down and convert unusable organic matter into usable nutrients.
Benefits of growing weed outdoors?
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