Growing Cannabis Indoors
How to grow cannabis indoors – tips and tricks
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From the Lifecycle of the plan to the different types of culture, passing by way’s to identify deficiencies and questions we’ve asked ourselves during the growth period, we’re covering it all right here.
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Nutrient Deficiencies you say?
What are auto-flowering seeds?
How and When to Transplant your plants?
More questions on indoor growing?
What is a Sativa plant? What pH for your plant? When to cut?
Your answer may be in one of our articles! Here’s what we’ve covered so far
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What do you need to get your indoor culture started?
Your marijuana kit must include at the following products:
- Soil, pots and seeds
- A Tent or Grow room
- Lights and reflectors
- A Balast and timers
- Air Filtration system and fans
- A Thermostat that also measures humidity levels
What nutrients to give your Cannabis plants?
In our in depth guide on how to water your plants we cover each nutrient needed and at what pH the marijuana plant can absorb them.
Here’s the main points:
The 3 main ingredients that the plants need are Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium (NPK).
Depending on the stage of her life they will need different levels of each ingredient.
- During the vegetative stage the plants mainly need Nitrogen to grow
- During the flowering stage your want to give her more Potassium and Phosphorus
What is the right temperatures and humidity for my Marijuana plant?
Generally you want to keep your grow room around 25°C (77°F). Now depending on sativa and indica’s, and within the strain themselves the plant may like warmer or cooler temperatures, but around that temperature you’re good.
Under 19°C (66°F) or over 30°C (80°F) for long periods of time you will start having issues so track this!
The Humidity levels change during the cycle of life, here a sum up:
|Early vegetative stage||Around 70%|
|Vegetative stage||Between 55% and 65%|
|Flowering stage||Between 35% and 50%|
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