Growing marijuana can be a rewarding process, as the growers make most of it as a business opportunity. Once you have learned how to grow the cannabis plant both indoors as well as outdoors, it allows you reap bigger and better yields at a very low cost.
Let’s read about growing marijuana how a step by step process, you can produce the best quality buds. When you grow the plant outdoors it requires much less investment, but your plants are at the mercy of the environmental conditions.
On the other hand, when you grow the same indoors, you can control every factor which has an impact on the quality and size of the harvest. Having a professional-style grow room will accelerate the growth of the plants and produce the perfect buds. Setting up the professional-style grow room entails some more investment and your time but once you are done with you can get the best results.
The marijuana strains may vary greatly in smell, looks and effects so you need to select from the different breeds available in the markets. The cannabis cultivation will look different depending on the seeds you choose for the maximum yields. When you start with the indoor space or have a full-scale marijuana grow room you need to have all the basic inputs.
The basic inputs include light, ventilation, nutrients, water, humidity and the right temperature in your space. The cannabis can be grown using the two skill sets, one is where you replicate your existing plant through cloning also known as vegetative propagation.
The other makes use of the growing new genetics using the seeds, where the male plant pollinates with the female portion to get seeds. A fully ventilated system is required for creating the perfect conditions for the plants.
Once the process of propagation is over, you will find the small and fresh baby weed plants have started to grow. A special growth medium enables them to grow and then you have brand new marijuana plants at your disposal.
You need to care for them so that they grow better in terms of shape, size, strength and health. Then comes the time to harvest the plants as they have fully grown from the initial seed level. Your harvesting strategy is equally important as a growth strategy.
The right time of the harvest determines the level of cannabinoid in the plant buds. When you harvest too late it becomes a highly sedative product, while harvesting early causing a reduction in its yield and overall potency. Professional growers have the practice of flushing their plants a week or two before the final harvest.
Flushing the plants through plain water will wash out the nutrients or anything which negatively affects the yield, taste and smell of the plant. The curing process starts after you have cut down the plant. By drying and curing the harvest it has many inherent benefits to the grower.
It includes improving the taste of the final product, reduces the chances of anxiety, leads to smoothening of buds and reduces the risk of molds. So taking care of the above points you may embark on your new adventure.